Indian Decorative Bowls and Plates(41 items)
Welcome to the Indian Decorative Bowls and Plate Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Review on Indian Decorative Bowls and Plates
I have never been to India but I feel like I have a piece of it now. When I was in first grade, my teacher described going to the Taj Mahal and the stone inlay work. She didnt have any good pictures but her description has always intrigued me. This plate make me feel like I understand it now! Its wonderful what a teacher can do! Her description stayed with me for forty years, and finally I see! This makes me want to go to India. Thank you!
Popular Indian Decorative Bowls and Plates
Hand-Painted Floral Marble Decorative Plate from India, "Golden Brilliance"$59.99
Diligently painted by hand in the style of Jaipur handicrafts, this decorative plate features intricate floral motifs in a gold tone. Indian artisan Manish Jalwal designs this decorative plate, which is crafted from natural marble. The beautiful plate can be displayed on an accompanying mango wood stand, and can be stored within a velvet-lined wood storage box.
Papier Mache Leaf Motif Duck Decorative Bowl from India, "Leafy Duck in White"$54.99
Featuring hand-painted maple leaf motifs over a field of white, this charming decorative bowl will bring the beauty of Kashmiri handicrafts to your home. India's Mohammad Hussain Baba presents the decorative bowl, which is crafted by hand from papier mache over weeping willow wood.
Hand-Painted Black Floral Decorative Papier Mache Duck Bowl, "Blissful Kashmir"$64.99
Kashmir's native flowers abound in this unique decorative bowl. Crafted by Mohammad Hussain Baba, this duck themed decor accent is crafted from weeping willow wood, covered with papier mache, and carefully hand-painted in a floral motif. Kashmir has a long history of papier mache artistry, brought from Persia in the 15th century.
Hand-Painted Golden Chinar Leaf Decorative Duck Bowl, "Golden Kashmir"$59.99
The golden hues of the Kashmir Valley shine brilliantly in this unique decorative bowl. Crafted by India's Mohammad Hussain Baba, the image is crafted from weeping willow wood and covered with papier mache. A chinar leaf motif is been carefully hand-painted on a unique duck structure. Kashmir has a long history of papier mache artistry, brought from Persia in the 15th century.