Hand Painted Trays(36 items)
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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!!
Got this as a white elephant gift for a neighborhood party. Were brand new to the neighborhood and wed only met a few neighbors before the party. This seemed neutral enough that many people would like it. The entire party commented on how beautifully wrapped it came. Once it was open everyone asked to see it so it got passed around. Im so glad I picked it. Everything Ive ever purchased from Novica has been perfect.
better then expected
This is a beautiful tray,well made with very vibrent colors.Well worth the money and something you wont see anywhere else.
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Popular Hand Painted Trays
Multicolored Reverse Painted Glass Tray from Peru, "Margarita Joy"$39.99
Working in the colonial tradition of reverse-painted glass, Peruvian artisan Floral Polo proudly creates this joyous tray. It is crafted of wood with gold-tone paint, its bottom decorated by a glass panel with hand-painted floral motifs against a multicolored background.
Artisan Crafted Reverse-Painted Glass Tray, "Healing Colors"$89.95
The Ortiz Family in Peru creates this beautiful tray, inspired by the mandalas commonly associated with eastern religions. They work in the time-honored art of reverse-painted glass, whereby motifs are painted on the underside of a glass pane. The glass is set in a wooden frame with a golden finish.
Reverse-Painted Glass Peacock Tray in Silver (12 in.), "Peacock Charm in Silver"$29.99
Inspired by the colonial handicrafts of Peru, Flora Polo creates this charming tray to add to your kitchen or home decor. Exploring an autumnal world of leaves and flowers, a majestic peacock is painted by hand onto a glass panel in the style of reverse-painted glass. This tray is crafted of wood with silver-tone trim and handles.
Reverse Painted Glass and Wood Turquoise Floral Round Tray, "Colonial Elegance"$77.99
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.