Mexican Lamps and Lighting(76 items)
Welcome to the Mexican Lamps and Lighting Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Mexican Lamps and Lighting
Unique tealight holder
What a lovely addition to my hallway table. The artwork is incredible. I am so thrilled to have this piece of Mexico!
By Deborah L
The gentle light cast by this is perfect to create an intimate calming atmosphere. Especially effective when displayed in multiples. Buy more than one - you wont be sorry!
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 since 2000 and it's been marvelous. Over those years, we have seen an increase in our sales and in our skills. One of the greatest ways you've supported us is through suggestions to create new designs.
"At the beginning of this... read more
Popular Mexican Lamps and Lighting
Artisan Crafted Black Pottery Tealight Candle Holder, "Glowing Owl"
The soft light of a tealight candle is set to illuminate the gorgeous handcrafted artistry of this handsome owl. Its wings detailed with precise openwork, the owl candleholder is crafted by hand by Anakarem. She works with Oaxaca's unique black pottery techniques which, include using a quartz or an obsidian to polish the candleholder to achieve a matte sheen even after firing in an oak wood fueled kiln.
In case of ash residues from being fired in a wood kiln, please wipe with a dry cloth.
Hand Blown Glass Tealight Candleholder from Mexico, "Iridescence"
Javier and Efrén achieve a subtle iridescent effect with the design of this tealight candle holder. Featuring a bowl within another, the voluptuous tealight holder is crafted with traditional blown glass techniques. The artisan blows through a metal pipe while twirling it with one hand and simultaneously shaping the molten glass at the other end of the tube.
Because each piece is handmade, shape and size can vary slightly and tiny bubbles may appear within the glass. This exemplifies the hand-blown technique, making every piece a unique example of blown glass craftsmanship.
Hand Made Mexican Black Pottery Candleholder, "Black Flower Fest"
Incised by hand into a ceramic tea light candleholder, flowers meet foliage, hearts and stars. Anakarem works in Oaxaca's black pottery tradition with techniques learned from her father. The fired clay is burnished to a sheen with a piece of quartz or obsidian.
Christmas Tree Talavera Ceramic Lantern from Mexico, "Christmas Glow"
The perfect addition to your home decor during the holiday seasons, this lantern from Mexico is created by Juana Ponce. This lantern is crafted from ceramic in the shape of a tree with cutout holes that allow light to pass through. Colorful floral motifs are painted by hand in the traditional style of Talavera handicrafts. The lantern features a hole in the bottom, allowing it to be placed over a tealight candle.