Mexican Nature(163 items)
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For HUMMINGBIRD LOVERS
This is so beautiful. I put it over my front door. Its so sweet and welcoming and the quality is excellent.
a lovely piece
This arrived very well packaged - no damage to the piece. I really like it and get compliments from others.
J. Blas Iron wall art
The artistry of J. Blas has been featured in Family magazine and Kentucky Monthly.
Every piece crafted at my workshop goes hand in hand with originality, design and quality.
Popular Mexican Nature
Hand Painted Cactus Motif Ceramic Planter from Puebla, "Puebla Flora"$197.99
This charming Talavera-style planter is the creation of Isabelle Collins in Puebla. Genuine Talavera pottery is made only in Puebla, using methods that date back to the 16th century. The ceramic planter features a traditional motif in cobalt blue, separated by hand-painted pictorial images of two types of cacti as well as an agave. The pot features a hole in the bottom for drainage as well as the artist's mark.
Hand-Painted Cactus Talavera-Style Ceramic Wall Sculpture, "Talavera Saguaro"$29.99
Bring the wonder of Talavera folk art to your home decor with this wall sculpture from Mexico. Designed by Juana Ponce, a majestic Saguaro cactus is crafted from ceramic, decorated with colorful and vibrant floral motifs that are painted by hand.
Steel Wall Sculpture of Six Colorful Birds from Mexico, "Singing Sextet"$69.99
Six colorful songbirds gather atop a tree branch in this chirpy steel sculpture from designer J. Blas. In his workshop in Mexico, the pieces are cut from metal sheets, hammered into shape, then welded together and painted with a rainbow of colors. Comes ready to hang.
Unique Blue Butterfly Steel Wall Sculpture Mexico, "Soul of Harmony"
Regal, beautiful and mystical, the butterfly is thought to symbolize the soul. Mexican artisan Alejandro de Esesarte, a lifelong butterfly collector, crafts this indoor/outdoor wall art from steel that he paints by hand in bright colors. These winged pollinators are ready to make the migration north to brighten up your patio.