Central American Relief Panels(28 items)
Welcome to the Central American Relief Panel Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Central American Relief Panels
We love our wall hanging
Since both myself and my friend are breast cancer survivors we found this item as a reminder that there is life after cancer as depicted by the rising sun and moon indicating a new beginning since we also purchased a new home together. Item was wonderfully packed to eliminate potential damage in shipping. We both love this item.
sun and moon grandparents
So very very beautiful. Better than my expectations... wish I could order the others but don't have any place to put them...
"It is a great satisfaction to share my father's legacy here with you today."
Popular Central American Relief Panels
Framed Wood Low Relief Traditional Home Façade Diorama, "El Salvador Memories"$47.99
Skilled members of the House of El Salvador Artisans transform pinewood into a realistic depiction of a traditional home. Red barrel tiles jut outward from the background and shade the door and windows, while metal grilles protect them. The diorama in low relief arrives framed.
Artisan Crafted Pine Wood Wall Panel of Sun and Moon, "Floral Sun and Moon"$179.99
Crafted by hand from pinewood, this dark-toned wall panel with a rustic finish is a unique addition to your home decor. Chico Mendoza of Guatemala depicts a smiling crescent moon and a glowing sun as they watch over the Earth. The background of this beautiful piece features a sinuous floral motif.
Guatemalan Hand Carved Sun and Moon Theme Relief Panel, "Celestial Grandparents"$269.99
Beautifully carved by hand, this elegant relief panel depicts the sun and moon. Foliage and tendrils flank the celestial bodies, each one carefully detailed by Chico Mendoza. "The Quiche Maya consider the moon to be feminine, while we call the sun 'Grandfather,'" the Guatemalan artisan muses.
Framed Wood Low Relief Yellow House Facade Diorama, "Sweet Salvadoran Home"$47.99
"These dioramas depict the beautiful facades of our homes with their color, history and tradition," say members of the House of El Salvador Artisans. Working in pinewood, they create a colorful image. Red barrel tiles jut outward from the roof, shading the entrance and windows, while metal grilles protect them. The diorama in low relief arrives framed.