Animal Gifts - Vases(56 items)
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Cool leaves and frog green vase
This leaves and frog vase is so unusually beautiful with a frog peeking from between the ceramic green leaves. It looks cute with fresh or dry flowers, and even dry branches over my fireplace. I love the sage green color too, My husband also likes it because it is so uniques and different, with plants and animal motives
This bowl is very solid wood, heavy, well crafted, and looks terrific. It definitely rounds out my floral vase collection in a very wonderful way. Im very happy with this purchase.
Yet another purchase from Novica and it exceeded my expectations again. These artists are amazing. A gift for my wife that she cannot stop talking about. Gulam Rasool is truly gifted. Thank you.
Duangkamol Handmade ceramic tableware and decor accessories
"I hope more people will understand and appreciate the art of Celadon ceramic. Each piece that I make has many stories to tell."
Popular Animal Gifts - Vases
Handmade Celadon Ceramic Vase from Thailand, "Elephant Heralds"$59.99
Elephants herald the versatile elegance of celadon art in a vase steeped in Thai stylishness. Kanda crafts the ceramic vase by hand, applying the distinct green glaze of celadon artistry. Brown elephants march in stunning contrast around the vase's belly.
Handcrafted Ceramic Decorative Vase with Animals and Flowers, "Central American Eden"$117.99
Sunshine bathes an earthly paradise, depicted with finely etched crosshatching. Illuminated by its light, sea turtles, hummingbirds, frogs and geckos frolic amid red hibiscus blossoms. Victor Barrios crafts this beautiful ceramic vase by hand. "I find my inspiration in the natural world," the artisan confides. "Although we are a small country, our warm climate makes Nicaragua a home for all kinds of wildlife."
Copper and Bronze Decorative Vase from Peru, "The Messenger and the Llama"$89.99
A character of extreme importance to the ancient Inca , the was a messenger who also took care of a community's logistics. Chasquis were responsible of informing the emperors of possible uprisings or enemies approaching. Angel Franco details the image of a chasqui for this exquisite decorative vase. A llama stands proud on the other side of the vase’s belly as Franco works with galvanized bronze and copper.