Ceramic Decorative Bowls and Plates(70 items)
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Unique and just beautiful
A very unique bowl, The details and design are outstanding, one of my favorite pieces in my kitchen. Just love this website each purchase is a work of art and each purchase is a treasure for life.
Very decorative !
I am officially a Mayan sculpture junkie. I cant seem to have enough, I am very protective of my treasures, and when my husband broke this piece, I could not speak to him for a bit. He fixed it, but its not the same. I still love it though !!
This item is just plain whimsical and fun.
I have owned cats since 1980. I love to have a few decorative items in my home that display my love of felines. This whimsical plate is so cheerful and I love the vibrant colors. I put it in a stand and have it in my guest room.
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 Ceramic Decorative Bowls and Plates
Marajoara-Inspired Ceramic Decorative Bowl from Brazil, "Marajoara Web"
Red, black, and white diamond motifs create a web over the brown body of this ceramic decorative bowl from Brazil. Doca Leite creates this stunning decor accessory, inspired by the ceramic work of the ancient Marajoara people. This bowl is perfect for display on a wall or tabletop.
Unique Archaeological Ceramic Bowl Centerpiece, "Maya Offering"
El Salvador's Oscar Rodolfo Mendoza is inspired by the solemn ceremonial traditions of the Maya in the design of this centerpiece. It is crafted by hand with terracotta ceramics, and features painted glyphs resembling those on antique Maya treasures and temples.
Archaeological Ceramic Bowl Centerpiece from Central America, "Maya Divinity"
Standing on three jaguar heads, this vessel honors the legacy of El Salvador's Maya culture. "This is a replica from the Maya Pipil group, and we used the same ceramic techniques they develop over a thousand years ago," explains Oscar Rodolfo Mendoza. The terracotta vessel is painted by hand with dyes obtained from achiote seeds, as well as with acrylic paints.
Cuzco Ceramic Decorative Plate from Peru, "Moche Protectors"
Like guardians, the ghosts of Moche warriors drift through the night sky. Vignettes of daily life and decorative symbols surround the fearless spirits. Huaman Paucar Family artisans recreate the marvels of the Inca past with this stunningly original decorative plate.