Fall Halloween(32 items)
Welcome to the Fall Halloween Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Fall Halloween
My Favorite Jack-o-lantern
So happy with this purchase. Excellent quality and bright colors make this the perfect Jack-O-Lantern.
These coasters are perfect in my home entertainment room. I love all four different designs. Arrived in October to enjoy during the days leading to the Day of the Dead holiday.
Sweet, funny garland is just right
This is a great, long garland. Every piece looks sturdy and made to last. I love the mad little faces on the ghosts. The natural twine, the rustic finish on the ghosts, and the vanilla and brown tones all feel very fall. A great piece, well worth the price.
Popular Fall Halloween
Day of the Dead Theme on Mexican Decoupage Set of 4 Coasters, "Festive Catrina"$19.99
With a crown of flowers on her head, the famous Catrina celebrates Day of the Dead as a set of four coasters from Mexico. Ana Maria Gonzalez selects the handsome couple as she applies decoupage techniques to four different -themed pinewood coasters. A dark brown holder is included.
4 Day of the Dead Smiling Skulls Decoupage Wood Coaster Set, "Loving Skull"$27.99
Arriving from Mexico, this set of four decoupage coasters features motifs that depict charming skulls with hearts. Ana Maria Gonzalez is proud to present her own designs in these round, multicolored coasters that bring a touch of Mexico's Day of the Dead traditions to your home. Includes a dark brown wood holder.
Jack-O-Lantern Talavera Style Ceramic Candle Holder, "Happy Jack-O-Lantern"$34.99
Smiling happily, a charming jack-o-lantern is crafted from ceramic and painted by hand with colorful floral designs in the Talavera style. Mexican artisan Juana Ponce designs this candle holder, which features an opening in the back for inserting a candle.
Square Majolica Ceramic Plate Handmade in Mexico, "Catrina"$97.99
Dressed as a country woman of the early twentieth century, Catrina poses in a green meadow. Gorky González creates this colorful decorative plate using traditional Majolica techniques. The word is widely used in Mexico to mean "elegant and polished." Lithographer Jose Guadalupe Posadas created the skeletal Catrina, who was later immortalized in the murals of Diego Rivera. (traditional ceramics).
Part of NOVICA's Dia de los Muertos collection.