Ceramic Mirrors(23 items)
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Such a joyous meaningful retablo
This retablo is intricate and beautifully made. It hangs on the wall by my bed and gives me joy every time I see it. It shows the fun of Carnaval in the Andes. The artisan is wonderful and a talented artist and I treasure this.
Something to cheer me up!
I ordered this beautiful mirror because I needed something to cheer me up. Good news, it did. The detail of vendors selling hats and face masks for fiesta has me smiling every time I look at it. I have ethnic items throughout my home from personal travels. I dont have any artistic gifts myself; but, I certainly enjoy the work of those who do!
Big colorful and what a work of art
This piece is so big and is an amazing piece of artwork. I unpacked this well wrapped piece and just stared at all the work that has gone into making this piece. Every one of the dolls are handmade and have such character.
Alejandro Chavez Traditional Andean retablos
"Over the years, I perfected my abilities and became a master retablo craftsman. In some, I depict Biblical scenes and, in others, everyday life in the Andes."
Popular Ceramic Mirrors
Handcrafted Retablo Nativity Scene Wall Mirror from Peru, "Love Divine"$39.99
Alejandro Chavez crafts a mirror frame rooted in Andean tradition with four different vignettes. At the top, Andean shepherds serenade the Holy Family beneath the stars on the very first Christmas. To the left and right, a llama and a cow rest outdoors. Along the bottom are three bright flowers. Known as a this traditional diorama is housed in a colorful chest crafted of plywood and painted. The Peruvian artisan carefully models each figure from ceramic plaster and paints them by hand to surround a heart-shaped looking glass.
Hand Made Folk Art Mirror from Peru, "Little Carnaval"$44.99
Alejandro Chávez crafts a mirror frame rooted in Andean tradition. Varied scenes represent (Little Carnival), a celebration held in the Peruvian Andes. Musicians play traditional instruments, participants re-enact the birth of Jesus, incredible masks hang on the wall, and a couple stands beneath a towering prickly pear cactus. Known as a this traditional diorama is housed in a colorful chest crafted of wood and painted. Chávez carefully models each figure from ceramic plaster and paints them by hand.
Retablo-Style Nativity Wood Wall Mirror from Peru, "Ayacucho Birth"$39.99
By Peruvian artisan Alejandro Chavez, this wall mirror celebrates the traditional nativity. In the style of traditional Chavez diligently crafts a variety of different figurines from ceramic, painted by hand within a wood frame that surrounds a mirror in the center. The upper portion of the frame depict the nativity, while the left and right sections depict a hat and a mask shop. The bottom section depicts a group of musicians dancing and playing traditional music.
Retablo Folk Art Wall Mirror, "Party of Masks"$49.99
This mirror reflects the festive traditions of the Andes, when people wear colorful and sometimes mystical masks to celebrate their patron saint. Alejandro Chávez crafts each mask by hand of ceramic. Known as a the diorama's intricate hand-shaped figurines are housed in a colorful wood chest.