Floral Trays(45 items)
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Featured Reviews on Floral Trays
I gave this as a wedding gift (along with something from their registry). The young couple absolutely love this reverse-painted glass tray. The colors are more vibrant in person. Its beautiful. The kids liked it so much they asked me for more history and info about it, so I printed up the artists story and a history of reverse-glass-painting. These trays are very useful also...and very sturdy... I use mine all the time!!
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.
Popular Floral Trays
Handmade Black Reverse Painted Glass Serving Tray, "Floral Muse"
Cream colored blossoms align precisely in a midnight garden. Asunta Pelaez hand-paints the motifs on the reverse side of glass panes, giving them a wonderful clarity. A traditional Cajamarca handicraft, the panes adorn a beautiful tray.
Reverse Painted Glass and Wood Turquoise Floral Round Tray, "Colonial Elegance"$79.95
Peru’s Apolonio Alejandro Roque creates this intriguingserving tray in the colonial tradition of reverse-paintedglass. Using mottled colors to bring texture and depthto his design, he creates a swirling floral design on acircle of glass, set into a sturdy fiberboard frame with a gold painted finish.
Steel-Tone Reverse-Painted Glass Tray from Peru, "Floral Intricacy in Steel"$89.99
Hand-painted with intricate floral motifs, this traditional reverse-painted glass tray is designed by 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 steel-tone trim and handles at the sides.
Floral Reverse-Painted Glass Tray in Blue from Peru, "Enchanting Flowers in Blue"$57.99
Featuring elegant hand-painted floral motifs against a blue background, this Peruvian tray carries on the colonial tradition of reverse-painted glass. Flora Polo creates the tray, which is crafted of wood with silver-toned edges and handles.