Garden Party Dinnerware(32 items)
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Beautiful, perfectly sized cups!
This is such a pretty set of tea cups! The color is perfect. They look delicate and elegant, but feel heavy and unlikely to break. Perfect house warming gift for tea lovers!
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.
Beautiful Celadon coffee mugs
This is the second part of a birthday gift to my nephew. He loves creative art, and thinks these mugs are especially beautiful, and such a creative artisan. He loves them.
In 1992, Mexico's then president awarded Gorky Gonzalez with the National Award of Sciences and Art. "My main interest was always the rescue of traditional Majolica pottery."
“I learned at the hands of my father, who was also named Gorky; it is curious how parents ask you to carry on the family legacy, down to their own names. It is a legacy that greatly impassions me.
“I have learned how to create distinct colorations in... read more
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Celadon ceramic cups (Set of 4), "Equanimity"$139.99
Rounded but slightly squared, four exquisite cups embrace a perfect equilibrium. Kanda adapts the Eastern style design to the contemporary table. This set of four celadon cups is crafted entirely by hand. or wood ashes enriched with oxides, the glazes distinguish these traditional Thai ceramics. When the kiln is opened, the change of temperature causes the piece to contract, giving it the distinctive crackled appearance of true celadon.
Safe for dishwasher, microwave and oven up to 482ºF.
Side Plates Hand Crafted in Majolica Ceramic Pottery (Pair), "Acapulco"$79.99
Painted by hand with colorful glazes, festive motifs envelop a pair of side plates by Gorky González. He works in the style of Mexico's colonial Majolica ceramics to create the design. The artisan signs his work "AT," for (traditional ceramics).