Catchalls and Trays(99 items)
Welcome to the Catchalls and Tray Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Catchalls and Trays
Lesther cache/ valet tray
A beautiful tray...much nicer than I expected. Perfect gift for the hard to buy for person. I am buying two more today!
Gorgeous and Manly piece
My soon to be son-in-law,whom I sent this to, says the leather catchall was a beautiful, well-made and perfect gift!
This catchall is meticulously crafted and very beautiful. I ordered it to give my doctor who loves the Novica Peruvian pyramids Ive given him in the past, so this catchall with a pyramid provides an interesting twist that he will no doubt treasure as well.
Popular Catchalls and Trays
Handmade Wood Burned Decorative Bowl, "Pataxó Tradition"
This canoe-shaped decorative bowl, hand crafted from marupa wood, bears distinctive geometric markings that are achieved through wood burning techniques. The bowl is made by the Pataxó Indigenous Community, an indigenous ethnic group in Brazil that is struggling to retain their hold on their traditional lands and their culture.
Hand-Shaped Barro Negro Ceramic Catchall from Mexico, "Emptyhanded"$44.99
Handcrafted of ceramic, an empty hand makes a charming addition to your home. Mexico's Maricela Antonio presents this catchall, crafted in the traditional style of or black ceramic. The open hand is detailed with etched floral motifs.
Artisan Crafted Decorative Wood Catchall, "Pataxó Shield"$39.99
Made by the Pataxó Indigenous Community, this canoe-shaped decorative marupa wood bowl bears distinctive geometric markings that are achieved through wood burning techniques. The Pataxó are an indigenous ethnic group in Brazil that is struggling to retain their hold on their traditional lands and their culture.
Leather Catchall in Honey Brown Artisan Crafted in Peru, "Floral Star"$39.95
Blossoming in a tattooed illusion, a floral star captures the imagination of Johnny Jimenez. He tools the motif by hand on quality Peruvian leather, which he transforms into a catchall by tying the straps on the corners. Jimenez finishes his design with walnut stain and lacquer.