Animal Themed Tableware(357 items)
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Featured Reviews on Animal Themed Tableware
Beautifully made and looks like spring!
This rabbit tea cozy is really nicely made, and quite large! I stand it on the table as a centerpiece, and it looks so bright and happy! Nicely packaged, as well.
This frog made my day!
I ve used as a plant pot - the opening and size is a perfect counter top addition. Love the color. Well made and detailed.
Love these coasters! Each hand painted and not too big. I ordered them for me, but I will also be purchasing them for a friend for her birthday!
"The success we have been reaping is not just from the celadon we love. It is from the nice, gentle and humble mentality from our ancestors that has been passed on to all of us."
Popular Animal Themed Tableware
Hand Crafted Green Ceramic Frog Motif Teapot, "Banana Frog"$59.99
The beauty of Bali's natural splendor is forever an inspiration for Putu Oka Mahendra. He designs a fascinating ceramic teapot shaped like banana leaves in fine detail. The teapot features a rattan handle and is ornamented by a curious little frog.
Please note: It is recommended that the rattan handle be removed before washing.
Guatemalan Handmade Tablecloth and Napkins Set, "Birds of the Garden"$99.99
A variety of birds in cornflower blue adorn this handcrafted sky-blue table linen set, consisting of a tablecloth and coordinating napkins. The set is woven on a traditional foot pedal loom of 100% cotton, and bordered with stripes and arrow motifs. Guatemalan artisan Eladio Chiroy is motivated by the desire to keep the weaving traditions of his country alive and well.
Turtle Shaped Basalt Mortar and Pestle, "Turtle Tradition I"$59.99
Prepare herbs, spices and sauces the way our ancestors did--with handmade stone tools. Grupon Comonfort presents this unique or stone mortar, crafted by hand from volcanic basalt in the shape of an upside-down turtle. The pestle, called a , is used to grind or crush the foodstuffs in the molcajete. The molcajete can also be used as a unique serving dish for salsa or guacamole.
The artisans recommend that the molcajete be "cured" before the first use. To cure the molcajete, place some dried beans, corn or rice in the bowl and grind with the pestle until pulverized. Allow the pulverized grain to sit for 15 minutes. Once this has been done, the molcajete can be hand washed and allowed to dry. This step will ensure that any stone dust remaining from the carving process does not affect the food.
Handcrafted Green Thai Celadon Bird Theme Pot, "Happy Green Owl"
Inspired by birds that dwell in the forest, this charming figurine is crafted by hand. Thatsanee and Ramphan work in celadon ceramic with its richly crackled textures. It is designed to hold toothpicks, or other small items.