Spring Hacienda(89 items)
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Featured Reviews on Spring Hacienda
I collect Talavera pottery and I loved this unique design of the Zacatlan Flowers. The attention to detail in the painting is beautiful.
Absolutely beautiful vase!
The colours are so vibrant and the design is so attractive! It is even more spectacular than in the photo!
Great gift for my gardener sister
Thank you Novica for another great find. My sister thinks Im a genuis because I always find such unique gifts for her on Novica. She loves to garden, and is going to use this vase for her hydrangeas. She loves it because it is so unique, she says.
Sergio Ponce Handcrafted ceramic decor accents
"I've resolved to keep my enthusiasm high and believe in my ability to create my own future. I'm betting on innovation to succeed, and I never forget that there's a whole world to conquer."
I met you in 2018 in a forum organized by a Mexican government entity promoting and advising people who want to export their work. I was intrigued by each technical detail that assists artisans. I immediately said yes.
The ensuing months were ones of learning... read more
Popular Spring Hacienda
Set of 5 Blown Recycled Glass Tumblers with Orange Stripe, "Ribbon of Sunshine"
Perfect for serving juices and mixed drinks, this set of five artistic highball glasses makes the perfect addition to any home kitchen. Mexican duo Javier and Efren handblow these highball glasses from recycled glass, decorating their clear surfaces with beautiful orange ribbons.
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 Painted Cactus Motif Ceramic Planter from Puebla, "Puebla Flora"
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.