Ceramic Dinnerware(276 items)
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Featured Reviews on Ceramic Dinnerware
This mugs make it a lot easier to get up in the morning! They are beautiful and well made, and they inevitably cheer me up. How many coffee cups can do that? Practically speaking, they are thick and are comfortable to hold. I may end up ordering more as gifts.
I ordered this and it came in just in time for Halloween and Dia de Los Muertos. Beautiful mug and great artist! It was beautifully packaged and very safely shipped. I appreciated the little postcard from the artist, also! Great touch!
I just received these bowls today, and they are gorgeous -- the pattern is so colorful and the bowls are so nice and big. Cant wait to buy more ceramic pieces with this pattern from this talented artist.
Popular Ceramic Dinnerware
Artisan Crafted Talavera Floral Ceramic Plate from Mexico, "Cobalt Bouquet"$87.99
Cobalt blue blooms are captivating in a Talavera plate with scalloped borders designed by Alonso Luis. The lavish composition on the enameled ceramic plate is painted by hand with the characteristic palette of colors that distinguish Talavera artistry, such as yellow, orange and green underscored by an ivory hue.
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.
Talavera Ceramic Dessert Plates from Mexico (Pair), "Raining Flowers"$49.95
Created by Sergio Ponce, these Majolica ceramic dessert plates will bring the beauty of Mexico to your kitchen or dining room. The pair is painted by hand with vibrant floral motifs inspired by the traditional Talavera style.
Hand-Painted Ceramic Bowls from Mexico (Pair), "Zacatlan Flowers"$39.99
Hand-painted with intricate floral motifs in the style of Mexican handicrafts, this pair of bowls is designed by Mexican artisan Pedro Tecayehuatl. He crafts each bowl of ceramic. This lovely pair is named after Zacatlan, a small city located in the state of Puebla, Mexico.