Decorative Bowls and Plates $60 to $100(113 items)
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Stunning wall feature
This item joins two other similar copper plates along a hallway. They have become a focal point as everyone comments on them. Absolutely stunning and a very unique look. The artistry is exceptional.
Doca Leite Handcrafted Marajoara ceramics
"From this art, I could earn a livelihood, raise my children and, most important, preserve the legacy of an ancient culture."
Over time, he was trained and hired there. "At... read more
Popular Decorative Bowls and Plates $60 to $100
Cuzco Ceramic Decorative Wall Plate, "Tie Up the Sun"$67.99
The Huaman Paucar Family celebrates tradition, honoring the ceremony through their ceramic art. Inti Huatana refers to the spike symbolically used to "tie" the sun every year on June 24th. The aim is to stop it from traveling too far north during winter. The only Inti Huatana in existence is found in the ancient city of Machu Picchu.
Hand Crafted Cuzco Ceramic Decorative Plate, "Cosmic Hummingbird"$69.99
With wings extended, the Nazca hummingbird hovers in a universe of earthen tones. Surrounding the quick white figure, geometric shapes from pre-Hispanic art appear in exquisite symmetry. The Huaman Paucar Family creates a decorative plate that faithfully recreates the famous geoglyph. The mysterious figures of the Nazca Plain, located about 200 miles south of Lima, can be seen in their entirety only from the air.
A wire hook at the back facilitates wall display.
Collectible Ceramic Decorative Bowl Centerpiece, "Fruit of the Maya"$69.99
The unique artistry of the Maya people comes to life with designs from Oscar Rodolfo Mendoza, in El Salvador. The centerpiece is crafted by hand with terracotta ceramics, and features painted glyphs resembling those on antique Maya temples.
Hand Made Ceramic Plate, "Inca Iconography"$99.99
A sublime kaleidoscope of Inca iconography surrounds this decorative plate from the Huaman Paucar Family. Myriad shapes delight in a colorful palette, their images reminiscent of the glory of Pisac artistry. Highlighting the wonder of Peru's ceramic tradition, this decorative plate makes for a refined addition to any room.