Culture Multicolor Decorative Bowls and Plates(25 items)
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star quality piece
This plate is perfect, eye catching and of wonderful quality. It will have a place of prominence in of conference room! Just Lovely!
Love the dark, rich colors!
So beautiful. We love the colors and the detail. We purchased two to hang on either side of a Guatemalan canvas of a market place. Fun to mix and still carry the theme.
Ivan Villatoro Hand-painted decorative ceramics
"I remembered painting, which is a gift God gave me."
Popular Culture Multicolor Decorative Bowls and Plates
Flower Motif Marble Inlay Decorative Plate from India, "Mughal Magic"$74.99
India's Imran finds inspiration in the rich artistry of the Mughal era for the design of this handcrafted marble plate. It is adorned with a florid inlay crafted by hand, one stone at a time. The decorative plate is presented on a mango wood stand.
Please note that once carved, marble may progressively change its original hue from pristine white to ivory.
Ceramic Decorative Plate with Floral Motifs from Guatemala, "Flowers of Enchantment"$49.99
Ivan Villatoro of Guatemala hand-paints luscious floral designs onto the surface of a ceramic plate. Says the artisan, "In making my designs I draw inspiration from nature and the beauty of the countrysides that our pretty city of Antigua Guatemala offers us from day to day." Bright and colorful, this decorative plate invigorates any wall space.
Unique Ceramic Decorative Plate, "Andean Trio"$29.99
Through his brilliant combination of color, shade and shape, Francisco Guerreros creates a wonderful decorative plate that instantly entices one's attention. This ceramic piece is baked at high temperatures and then carefully hand painted using enamel paint. This cheerful plate will brighten any space.
Multicolored Ceramic Decorative Plate from Guatemala, "Histories of Yesteryear"$49.99
Within an orange circle, elegant floral motifs that evoke Guatemala's history decorate this decorative plate. Made of ceramic, the plate is elaborated by Ivan Villatoro, who paints the motifs by hand. He draws inspiration from Antigua Guatemala's colonial art forms, learning from several renowned families in the area.