Hand Painted Lamps and Lighting(32 items)
Welcome to the Hand Painted Lamps and Lighting Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Hand Painted Lamps and Lighting
LOVE these guys!! A pair of well made, beautifully painted red elephants with tea lights included. I love that you get two, so you could keep one and give one away. Or not ?
This is a beautiful piece of art work. I thought it was going to be smaller but it is large and beautiful. Has an opening so a small candle can be put in and star openings in front for a nice glow.
UNIQUE & COLORFUL TEALIGHT HOLDER
I am very, very pleased with my purchase. Substantial in size and so charming in detail. This is a perfect addition to my tealight collection from Novica. Rochelle New Jersey November 06, 2019
House of El Salvador Artisans Handcrafted ceramics and decor accents
“We are a cooperative association of ceramics, wood, metal, and silk-screen artisans with experience in creating decorative and utilitarian pieces characterized by their innovation."
Popular Hand Painted Lamps and Lighting
Floral Skull Ceramic Tealight Holder from Mexico, "Floral Skull"
Crafted of ceramic, a grinning skull lights up any space with this tealight holder from Mexico. Eufrosia Pantaleon designs the holder, painting the skull by hand with colorful floral motifs. Elegant openwork at the petals provides spaces where the light shines through.
Handcrafted Nativity Tealight Holder from Peru, "Celebration of Life"
Celebrating the Christian Nativity, this ceramic candle holder features a globe that is elaborated with the image of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph. Surrounded by prickly pear cacti, the trio are dressed in traditional Andean clothing, accompanied by farm animals. Anita Contreras designs this candle holder from Peru. The dome can be removed from the base to insert a tealight candle.
Colorful Ceramic Salvadoran Girl Candleholder, "Girl from Cabañas"
A girl from Cabañas balances a basket on her head while carrying an armload of bright flowers. Nonetheless, she looks thoughtful. What's on her mind? Members of the House of El Salvador Artisans craft the image in clay to create a charming candleholder. "This series honors the work of women in our society," they explain.
Ceramic Tealight Holder of a Traditional Woman, "Volcaneña Woman"
Members of the House of El Salvador Artisans craft this charming tealight holder from El Salvador. A woman wearing traditional clothing walks with flowers in her arm, carrying a basket balanced atop her head. Inside it is a space for holding a tealight. Say the artisans, "This sculpture distinguishes the culture and traditions of our villages. The are indigenous people that live in the San Salvador Volcano and come down to the city with baskets filled with flowers to sell."