Maya Decor Accessories(24 items)
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Featured Reviews on Maya Decor Accessories
I love these Guatemalan worry dolls. I gave them as a gift and they arrived in a lovely box, ready to give. Thank you!
CHARMING DOLL FROM GUATEMALA
This is my fourth doll from Miss Hernandez. I love each one as it has its own costume which corresponds to the area of the country. Her fabrics and colors mix well and the outcome is unique and very beautiful dolls. Rochelle 2/18/17
Oscar Rodolfo Mendoza Ceramic masks and replicas
"We don't only craft objects that are pretty. They are linked to the history of our country and the ancient Maya culture, one of the most important in the history of humanity."
Popular Maya Decor Accessories
Hand Made Cotton Figurines and Bag (Set of 12) Guatemala, "Worry Doll Dancers"$29.99
Wearing a variety of colorful cotton dresses, 12 Guatemalan worry dolls preserve Maya traditions. Originally made in honor of the Mayan sun god, these diminutive figurines are handcrafted by the Lopez Garcia Family in the style of or "worry dolls," designed to provide comfort and store preoccupations. The set of twelve arrives with a colorful cotton bag.
Antiqued Ceramic Vessel Maya Art (large), "Pibil Jaguar"$59.99
Oscar Rodolfo Mendoza celebrates the art of the ancient Maya with the original design of this ceramic vessel. Decorated with a jaguar's head on the lid and classic glyphs on the body, the vessel is crafted by hand with the same ceramic techniques developed by the Maya Pibil people. Little is known about them, other than that the Pibil were a warrior and migrant community that came to El Salvador from Mexico. This vessel is treated to achieve an antiqued look, featuring red and orange hues obtained from seeds.
Handcrafted Ceramic Bowl with Antiqued Finish, "Pibil Jaguar"$39.99
Oscar Rodolfo Mendoza celebrates the art of the ancient Maya with the original design of this ceramic bowl. Decorated with the head of a jaguar on the lid and human glyphs on the body, the bowl is crafted by hand with the same ceramic techniques developed by the Maya Pibil people. Little is known about them, other than that the Pibil were a warrior and migrant community that came to El Salvador from Mexico. This bowl is treated to achieve an antiqued look, featuring red and orange hues obtained from seeds.
Mahogany and cypress wood box, "Maya Creator"$49.99
By Salvador Petzey, this unique mahogany box depicts an ancient Maya glyph. The glyph represents the plumed serpent, creator of the universe, according to the Maya. It is the spirit of human evolution and spiritual development, of truth and justice. Its animal connecting humans with deities is the snake. The pale cypress wood glyph opens to reveal a hidden drawer, and the sculpture stands on a base of granadillo wood.