Earthtone Vases(58 items)
Welcome to the Earthtone Vase Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Earthtone Vases
I liked it when I saw it on the site, but I absolutely love it in person. It is much more vibrant and colorful that it appears in the photo and the gloss finish really makes it pop. Its also thicker and much more substantial than I expected it to be. Its a really, really beautiful piece that is now being displayed in a prominent spot in my library.
I got this vase as a gift for my parents who love supporting native artisans. They were thrilled with this gift and are proudly displaying it in their home
Huaman Paucar Family Cuzco-style ceramics
"Our work is meticulous, and we put forth much effort in the finishing touches – that is the quality that identifies us."
"My wife and I hail from the capital of the Inca Empire, situated deep in the Peruvian Andes. We dress our jars and decorative plates in beautiful designs from ancient Peru. Each carries the... read more
Popular Earthtone Vases
Inca Ceramic Vase Brown Painted Handmade in Peru, "Sowing Fields"$79.99
Shaped like an urn, this handcrafted ceramic vase is filled with Inca artistry. "The patterns are inspired by Andean fields, where flowers, wheat and rice are harvested," explain the Huaman Paucar Family, who replicates the ancient glyphs that conveyed information on sowing.
Handcrafted Pre-Hispanic Ceramic Decorative Vase, "Vibrant Pre-Hispanic"$289.99
Inspired by pre-Hispanic ceramic traditions, Nicaraguan artisan Arlen Estrada creates a stunning decorative vase to add to your home decor. Crafted by hand, this vase takes the shape of a kneeling human figure that holds a vessel on his back. The upper portion of this decorative vase is decorated with earth-tone pre-Hispanic glyphs.
Hand Crafted Archaeology Museum Replica Ceramic Vase, "Maya King of Tikal"$67.99
Artisans from the Angel Cerón Artisan Association craft an exquisite museum replica in ceramic. The vase bears images from the Maya city of Tikal. Depicted in the style of the classic era, a ruler sits on a throne while standing guardians hold scepters or rods, symbolizing authority. Rows of polychrome glyphs commemorate an important event in the history of this sophisticated civilization.