Archaeological Vases(66 items)
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What a great ornament
I gave this to my daughter as a gift for her new apartment. She has good taste so I knew that she would love it and she did. Her Peruvian dad wouldnt have it any other way.
Beautiful Brazilian Vase
My son married a beautiful lady from Brazil last year and they had their first child a few days before her birthday in December so we missed celebrating her day because of that and the pandemic. So for her birthday I wanted to get her something to remind her of her country. When I found this vase I thought it was perfect, not to mention how beautiful I thought it was. It arrived before Christmas and she was delighted. The handwritten note in Portuguese was a special touch. The vase arrived in perfect condition and looks beautiful in her home. Thank you. Ill be looking forward to more purchases in the future.
Doca Leite Handcrafted Marajoara ceramics
"From this art, I could earn a livelihood, raise my children and, most important, preserve the legacy of an ancient culture."
Over time, he was trained and hired there. "At... read more
Popular Archaeological Vases
Turtle-Themed Ceramic Decorative Vase from Brazil, "Ancient Turtle"$89.99
Handcrafted of ceramic, a round turtle with cute little legs is depicted in this decorative vase from Brazil. Doca Leite crafts the vase, which features painted motifs in red that evoke the art of the ancient Marajoara people.
Hand-Painted Inca-Style Ceramic Decorative Vase from Peru, "Incan Ritual"$69.99
The Huaman Paucar Family of Peru designs a striking and impressive decorative vase. Used for ceremonies and religious rituals, vases like these evoke the rich cultural history of the ancient Incan culture. It is crafted of ceramic, hand-painted with polychromatic geometric motifs characteristic of the era.
Southwest Inspired Artisan Crafted Ceramic Decorative Vase, "Desert Gold"$137.99
Meticulously painted by hand, this beautiful decorative vase resembles an archaeological treasure. Raul Fuenzalida works in ceramic, his style heavily influenced by the pottery of Northern Mexico and the Southwestern USA where tribes were related linguistically as Ute-Aztec speakers. Red and jade green geometric motifs contrast beautifully with the old gold background.