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I bought them for my already expanded collection of Talavera dishes. My table loos so grandly when I pull all my dishes out. The design is very vibrant! I love love the set1
I have been so delighted with both the glasses and the bowls, with a pattern that makes a simple snack a celebration. These pieces are substantial, with a nice heft to them. It makes me happy that I chose plain white for our dinnerware all those decades ago, because it allows the beauty and artistry to stand out all the more. BTW, I have read that you should never put handblown glassware in the dishwasher, but I have had these for a couple of years now (I m very tardy in my review), and they look as good today as when I got them, after hundreds of trips through the dishwasher.
Beautiful and functional!
I love celadon and, when I originally ordered this bowl, intended to use it for serving; however, in these pandemic times, Im finding it the perfect size for comfort foods such as rice dishes and noodles!
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Floral Hand Painted Bowls (Pair), "Colors of Mexico"$29.99
The Contreras Family in Dolores Hidalgo works in the same Spanish majolica style that is used for traditional Talavera ceramics to create this pretty pair of bowls. Perfectly sized for soup or cereal, the bowls are hand painted with a colorful floral motif and a slender blue rim. Set your table with original art from Mexico!
Talavera Style Ceramic Blue Floral Bowls(Pair), "Puebla Kaleidoscope"$59.99
A flower blossoms with scintillating beauty, spreading its petals throughout the ivory background of these bowls. Like a kaleidoscope in blue undertones, the magnificent design is by Pedro Tecayehuatl, expert in the legendary art of Talavera-style ceramics from Puebla. Featuring black contours, the cobalt blue bowls are crafted by hand.
Talavera is a distinctive art form brought to Mexico by artisans from Talavera de la Reina, Spain. The ceramic artisans of Puebla, Mexico then incorporated Chinese designs, thus creating the blue and oyster-white patterns traditionally associated with Talavera Poblana. Today there are also more "contemporary" designs that include yellow, green, orange, mauve, black and red.
National and international conventions require that a rigorous procedure be followed in the elaboration of authentic Talavera-style ceramics. Each individual piece will be slightly different, and therefore a unique work of art.
Hand-Painted Talavera Ceramic Bowls from Mexico (Pair), "Raining Flowers"$49.95
Created by Sergio Ponce, these Majolica ceramic bowls will bring the beauty of Mexico to your kitchen or dining room. The matching pair is painted by hand with vibrant floral motifs inspired by traditional Talavera designs.
Mexican Talavera Style Ceramic Snack or Serving Bowls (Pair), "Raining Flowers"$69.95
By Sergio Ponce, two majolica ceramic snack bowls will bring the colors of Mexico to your home. The pair is painted by hand with vibrant floral motifs inspired by Mexico's traditional Talavera pottery. Perfect for snacks, food preparation or serving.