Ceramic 20 Year Anniversary Gifts(37 items)
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Featured Reviews on Ceramic 20 Year Anniversary Gifts
A lovely piece to catches the eye!
We are so happy to have found this beautiful work of art! I have open shelving in my new kitchen and wanted something on them besides plates and cups that would catch the eye while also being functional. This did both! Such an unusual and charming piece, with exquisite craftsmanship by its artist! The colors and details are so lovely. Such a unique and beautiful piece that you will never find at popular stores or catalogs. Not only is it charming, its useful, too. While we enjoy its visual appeal every day, we also set it on our breakfast table to serve orange juice for overnight guests when we entertain. We also love the goal of supporting artists from around the globe who have a passion and talent to captures hearts. We also treasure the signed note and photo from the artist who created it. This was a WONDERFUL FIND! So happy we took a chance on it. :)
Very FUN creamer and sugar set!
I bought these for my daughter-in-law (and son) for their new house. She picked out several rooster gifts from which I could choose. This was MY pick. I have a creamer like it myself and love it. The rooster set does look rather fun in their kitchen - right at home.
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Handcrafted Floral Ceramic Pitcher , "Margarita"
With petals the color of the sun and the ocean, daisies blossom all over a jug by Lilyan Bebecke. "I was inspired by my country's rich flora, that's why it's known as the 'country of eternal spring,'" says Bebecke with pride. The cheerful composition is painted by hand on a ceramic pitcher crafted in Guatemala.
Ceramic serving dish, "Margarita"$99.99
With petals the color of the sun and the ocean, daisies blossom all over this serving dish by Lilyan Bebecke. "I was inspired by my country's rich flora, that's why it's known as the 'country of eternal spring,'" says Bebecke with pride. The cheerful composition is painted by hand on a lidded bowl crafted in Guatemala.
Can be used in oven up to 350°F, however do not use for cooking over a stove.