New Arrivals : Tableware(74 items)
Welcome to the New Arrivals : Tableware Collection!
Sierra Family Marble and onyx game sets
Odette Sierra is from the beautiful Mexican state of Puebla. Her father Edgar Sierra first opened their workshop 30 years ago.
“We have worked with NOVICA for almost 20 years now, which have been marvelous. In those years, we have seen an increase in our sales and in our skills. One of the greatest supports that we have received from this beautiful company is the suggestion to create... read more
Popular New Arrivals : Tableware
Artisan Crafted Marble Cheese Board in Black and White, "Opposites Attract"$39.99
This elegant marble cheese board is the work of the Sierra Family in Mexico, who specialize in crafting home goods and decor from natural stone. Here they select black marble veined with white, and pair it with white marble veined with grey for a striking combination. Use it as a chopping board, or as a serving platter for cheese or hors d'oeuvres.
Please note: Knife shown is not included.
Square Black Marble Cheese or Chopping Board, "Plateau in Black"$34.99
The Sierra Family of Mexico works with natural stones like onyx and marble to create elegant and useful home accents. They cut this handsome cheese board from a slab of beautifully-veined black marble, and polish it to a shine. The small board is perfect for serving cheese or hors d'oeuvres, or use it as a handy chopping board.
Please note: knife shown is not included.
Handwoven Blue Cotton Tortilla Warmer from Mexico, "Agua Azul"$19.99
Handwoven cotton recalls the intense blue water of Mexico's Agua Azul waterfalls. Working on the backstrap loom, Petrona Perez and the Women Artisans Association create a dramatic tortilla warmer. Beautiful brocade motifs recall tall mountains and, inside the fully-lined server, a foam interlining keeps things warm.
Black and Ecru Geometric Wool Table Runner (59 Inch), "Mountains of Teotitlán"$119.99
Though traditional in design, this stunning table runner has a color scheme that lends itself to contemporary home decor as well. Mario Chavez in Mexico crafts the runner on a pedal loom, working with wool that is spun by hand and dyed with natural pigments. The black and ecru flat-weave runner features knotted fringe at both ends. Teotitlán del Valle is a small village in the state of Oaxaca; the name come from the Nahuatl language and means "land of the gods".
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