Celadon Good Luck Gifts(23 items)
Welcome to the Celadon Good Luck Gift Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Celadon Good Luck Gifts
More Elephant Plates!
Many years ago, I bought a set of 3 elephant plates. The addition of these 2 blue ones rounds out the set and they can be mix-and-match. I love the detail and the solid feel of the celadon. The design is so unexpectedly cute for a very fine art form.
I had my eye on this for quite awhile, and Im glad I finally treated myself to it! The workmanship is outstanding, and the soft green shade fits my decor perfectly. Never fails to bring a smile to my face!
I bought this as a gift for my boss and she just couldnt get over how gorgeous it was. The pictures were nice, but they really didnt do this piece justice. Its absolutely beautiful!
Duangkamol Handmade ceramic tableware and decor accessories
"I hope more people will understand and appreciate the art of Celadon ceramic. Each piece that I make has many stories to tell."
Popular Celadon Good Luck Gifts
Unique Celadon Ceramic Figurines (Set of 3), "Elephant Lessons"$35.49
Baby elephants learn their first lessons in life: see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. Duangkamol crafts the charming figurines with traditional celadon ceramic techniques featuring a unique glazed, crackled texture. The elephant calves sit on a tray.
Celadon Ceramic Tea Service (Set for 2), "Blue Elephant"$149.99
Shaped of ceramic, a sleek elephant becomes a teapot by Duangkamol. Matching mugs feature trunks for handles, and plates are shaped like pachyderms in silhouette. Duangkamol works in the painstaking celadon technique, creating a beautiful symbol of old Siam.
Celadon Ceramic Sculptures from Thailand, "Welcoming Elephants"$59.99
Shaped of ceramic, these charming elephant figurines trumpet a welcome while one seems to curtsy. Duangkamol works in the painstaking celadon technique, creating a beautiful symbol of old Siam. The pair is bathed in a cool green glaze.
Celadon ceramic figurines (Pair), "Elephant Play Time"$47.99
Portly and powerful, elephants are an important part of Thai culture. They have been a symbol of both power and peace. From Kanda, two playful figurines are crafted by hand in the tradition of celadon ceramic arts, renowned for its subtly crackled glaze.