Black Glass Wall Decor(22 items)
Welcome to the Black Glass Wall Decor Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Black Glass Wall Decor
This is the second mirror that I have purchased from the very talented Asunta Palaez. It was given to my neice for a birthday gift & she loved it!
Beautiful Combination of Color and Detail
So pleased when I received these three beautifully crafted pieces. Love the intricate patterns and combination of colors. Unique shapes add character, and the set of three will add a wonderful touch to our home as well as an opportunity to discuss Novica and the artists? dreams it supports. Cheers to artist Asunta Pelaez!
Asunta Pelaez Reverse-painted glass mirrors and trays
"A dream is a wish your heart makes. It doesn't come true through magic. It requires determination and hard work."
Popular Black Glass Wall Decor
Hand Made Reverse Painted Glass Mirror, "Black Star"$87.99
The wondrous and colorful art of Cajamarca finds reflection in this mirror, hand-painted with elaborate detail by Asunta Pelaez. The mirror is surrounded by painted glass panels radiating with golden light akin to the brightest star in the Peruvian firmament.
Fair Trade Art Javanese Hand Mirror Floral Batik on Wood, "Java Beauty"$34.99
Proud of Java's batik legacy, Gunadi presents this lovely handcrafted mirror. Experienced artisans translate traditional batik techniques unto the wadang wood, creating a lush array of red flowers - similar to hibiscus - on the brown back. Sweet beige daisies and tight geometric motifs accompany the oval hand mirror on the front.
Set of 3 Collectible Petite Reverse Painted Glass Mirrors, "Floral Trio"$69.99
With this set of three petite mirrors, Asunta Pelaez Ramos captures the essence of traditional Cajamarca design. The flower-shaped frame surrounds glorious hand-painted floral garlands in golden color. The petite trio features backgrounds of red, white and black.
Bride and Groom Catrina Day of the Dead Wall Accent, "I Do"$39.99
A bride , clutching a flower bouquet, gazes fondly at her groom in this delightful wall accent from Mexico's Rocio Pindter. The glitter-accented paper image is set on a hand painted tin frame that has been adorned with flowers and hearts.
The original "La Calavera Catrina" was a zinc etching created by the artist José Guadalupe Posada in Mexico around 1910. Posada created the character, a female skeleton with an elegant hat, as a satirical portrait of Mexican natives who aspired to European style and denied their own heritage. The catrina has since become an emblem of Mexico's Day of the Dead celebration and a popular folk art subject.