Multicolor Decorative Bowls and Plates(73 items)
Welcome to the Multicolor Decorative Bowls and Plate Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Multicolor Decorative Bowls and Plates
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.
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!
A Perfect Home Decoration...
? this is a real piece of fine art. Gorgeous design, colours, and high quality craftsmanship. Very happy with this purchase! Thanks!
Popular Multicolor Decorative Bowls and Plates
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.
2 Fish-Shaped Decorative Wood Batik Bowls from Java, "Java Fish"
Working in the time-honored technique of hand-painted batik art, Omi Setiawan creates two pretty decorative bowls. The albesia wood is carved into the shape of fish, and adorned with colorful flowers as well as traditional batik motifs.
African Decorative Carved Wooden Bowl with Lid, "Adipaa"
Victoria Agyepomaa of Ghana presents an original design in this hand-carved decorative sese wood bowl. The lidded vessel is painted by hand in shades of russet, green and black and further decorated with etched patterns. The artisan names the piece , which means "good things" in the Akan language.