Decorative Bowls and Plates $100 to $200(27 items)
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Popular Decorative Bowls and Plates $100 to $200
Artisan Crafted Handblown Colorful Art Glass Centerpiece, "Rainbow Eclipse"$184.99
Brilliant stripes of radiance envelope this stunning art glass centerpiece by the Seguso Family of Brazil. The artisans uses traditional Murano blown glass techniques from Italy to bring their art glass creations to life.
The presence of air bubbles accentuates the nature of the traditional hand blown crafting process, making each piece unique.
Blown Glass Centerpiece Bowl from Brazil, "Caldera"$179.99
Brazil's Molinari Family trained in the fine art of blown glass on the island of Murano, Italy, before emigrating. Their expertise is beautifully evident in this elegant centerpiece bowl. Blown by hand in the traditional style, the undulating bowl features a white exterior and ripples of chestnut, raisin and amber on the interior.
Hand-Carved Polished Ebony Wood Decorative Bowl, "Nature's Richness"$129.99
Ghanaian artisan Robert Lanyo crafts a beautiful decorative bowl with modern lines. Rich hand-carved ebony wood revels in its natural wood grain. This decor item is perfect for housing ornaments or items collected from memorable travels.
Wood-Fired Ghanaian Decorative Ceramic Vessel, "Ayeyi Saucer"$149.99
Handcrafted into a saucer shape, this artistic decorative vessel from Ghana is designed by the artisans at Kpando Pottery Fesi Shed. Dot motifs decorate the outer rim of the vessel, featuring a small lid in the center. The beautiful brown tones present on the vase are a result of the wood firing process, where sawdust is burned in the kiln to lend a charred color to the ceramic. The vessel is named meaning "praise" in the Akan language.