Green Sculpture(259 items)
Welcome to the Green Sculpture Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Green Sculpture
The depth of color is just beautiful. The base I received is not the color shown, it is a much lighter shade (more of an ivory color) which does not look as nice but it is still lovely.
I love Pegasus figurines and the fact that this one is a replica of an antique Pegasus makes it all that much more special.
Duangkamol Handmade ceramic tableware and decor accessories
"I hope more people will understand and appreciate the art of Celadon ceramic. Each piece that I make has many stories to tell."
Popular Green Sculpture
Quartz Gemstone Tree with an Amethyst Base from Brazil, "Verdant Leaves"$19.99
Displaying verdant green hues, the leaves of this petite gemstone tree are made from quartz. Joias do Rio offers this Brazilian gemstone tree, which is handcrafted with a trunk and branches made from gleaming brass wire. The tree stands atop a natural amethyst geode.
Yellow and Green Copal Wood Alebrije Porcupine Sculpture, "Cute Porcupine"$29.99
This cute little porcupine invites you to experience the rich artisanal history of Mexico, crafted of copal wood with maguey plant fiber spines. Mexico's Zeny and Reyna work together to craft this wonderful sculpture, painting it by hand with hues of bright green, yellow, red, and blue for a vibrant look.
Copal Wood and Maguey Mexican Porcupine Sculpture in Green, "Cute Porcupine in Green"$27.99
A cute little porcupine is crafted by hand of copal wood with spines of maguey plant fibers, making a charming addition to any home. Working together, Mexico's Zeny and Reyna paint this sculpture by hand to feature a solid green body with stripes of red and yellow along its spines.
Green Hummingbird Alebrije Sculpture Crafted by Hand, "Green Hummingbird"$54.99
A playful hummingbird seeks out the sweet nectar of flowers in an sculpture designed to hang from the ceiling. Zeny and Reyna transform found pieces of copal wood into a delightful . These fanciful sculptures are a traditional folk art in Oaxaca, once based on twenty totems but today representing all kinds of animals. They take their name from a Calo gypsy word for "something difficult, tangled, confusing or fantastic."
Includes a thread for hanging.
Because each alebrije is individually created work of folk art, shapes will vary slightly.