Reverse Painted Glass Serveware(45 items)
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Golden Flowers Reverse Painted Glass Tray
This tray is exquisite and far exceeds expectations. It would make a stunning, yet practical, gift. I would happily pay $100--the tray is that beautiful.
Rooster-Themed Reverse Painted Glass Tray, Crowin
it is the most beautiful tray I have ever seen and will be prize of my rooster collection every item I have ordered from form your artists are prized item that I will value for ever and ever.. linda chambers
Popular Reverse Painted Glass Serveware
Andean Sunflower Theme Reverse-Painted Glass Tray, "Blue Andean Mandala"$77.99
Reverse-painted glass, introduced to Peru in the 17th century, is now a revered Peruvian art form. The Ortiz Family brings to this craft a unique conflux of influences. Their repetitive geometrical and symmetrical patterns owe their origins to Inca pottery, but their coloration is drawn from the multi-hued blue and gold tiles found in North Africa and Spain. Our glass-topped wooden tray is handcrafted in the family’s workshop in Peru.
Rooster-Themed Reverse Painted Glass Tray, "Crowing Roosters"$64.99
Painted by hand onto the reverse side of a rectangular glass panel, two roosters crow toward the sky, framed with intricate floral motifs. Flora Polo carries on the artistic traditions of Peru, creating this striking serving accessory. It is crafted of wood, featuring handles at the sides with a gold-tone finish.
Black and Red Reverse Painted Glass Circular Tray, "Midnight Sky"$89.99
Butterflies and dragonflies pose on verdant leaves in a universe of red and midnight black. Edged with gilt, this circular tray comes from Gelacio Girón. He paints the motifs by hand on the reverse side of glass, giving them a colorful clarity.
Silver-Tone Reverse-Painted Glass Tray from Peru, "Floral Intricacy in Silver"$89.99
Hand-painted with intricate floral motifs, this traditional reverse-painted glass tray is the work of Peru's Asunta Pelaez. She hand-pants the designs onto the reverse side of a glass panel, decorating the tray's bottom. The tray is crafted of wood, complete with silver-tone trim and handles at the sides.