Holiday Decor(333 items)
Welcome to the Holiday Decor Collection at NOVICA.
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Popular Holiday Decor
Hand-Painted Ceramic Bauble Ornaments in Red (Pair), "Holiday Baubles"$39.99
Resembling red leaves, hand-painted designs decorate two ceramic baubles, finished with colorful accents. Mexican artisan Gorky Gonzalez designs this pair of ornaments, crafted in the traditional style of Maiolica handicrafts. Each ornament is marked with the artisan's signature, as well as the letters "AT" for (Traditional Pottery).
6 Ceramic Ornaments Hummingbird Handcrafted in Guatemala, "Guatemalan Hummingbirds"$49.95
"Hummingbirds are a daily feature in our gardens, that's why I combined the image of the bird with the flowers and colors of Guatemalan gardens. What I like about hummingbirds is that they seem to be full of energy, they're beautiful and yet delicate," confides José Arriola. The talented artisan handcrafts the ornaments of ceramic and paints each one with acrylics with different themes. The six ornaments hangs from bright red ribbons, and the set arrives in a traditional cotton pouch woven on a foot loom.
3-Pc Ceramic Nativity Scene with Woven Details from Peru, "Andean Holy Family"$23.99
Dressed in the bright cheerful colors of the Andes, Mary and Joseph welcome Baby Jesus with a tender look in their eyes. By Zoila Davila, Joseph is wearing a knitted hat and Mary a woven veil. Baby Jesus is swaddled in a traditional throw. Each ceramic figurine in this nativity scene is crafted and painted by hand.
Set of 6 Ceramic Seahorse Ornaments Handmade in Guatemala, "Seahorse Squadron"$49.99
"When I was a little boy I loved everything that had to do with the sea and its creatures, especially seahorses. They are so morphologically different to the rest of the fish that I was fascinated by them. This childhood interest now inspires me to design these ornaments," confides José Arriola. The Guatemalan artisan handcrafts the ornaments of ceramic and paints each one with acrylics with different themes. The six ornaments hangs from bright red ribbons, and the set arrives in a traditional cotton pouch woven on a pedal-loom.