Red Tableware(91 items)
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These serving utensils are simply lovely- the rich brown of the wood is perfectly capped by the pop of color and the cute vegetable motifs. They have a good grip and work well for serving salads. Its almost a shame to use them- they make me smile every time I see them.
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These shot glasses are VERY popular with our guest at the lake house. They have a great heavy feel of quality and look fantastic.
This is Indian but it works great in our Mexican themed screen porch. Wonderful colors. I would rather shop at Novica than buy mass-produced. The textiles, in particular, are unique and vibrant.
Popular Red Tableware
Red Cotton Tablecloth and Napkin Set with Easter Flowers, "Easter Flowers"$109.99
The foot pedal loom has been one of the most important contributions of the first Spanish artisans who arrived in Guatemala after the conquest. Now, Antigua-based artisan Eladio has inherited the art of the pedal loom from his father, and is committed to teaching young people in the community how to carry on the legacy. For this table set Eladio is inspired by Easter flowers, and weaves a rich red thread with white, yellow and green flower accents to finish this luxurious tablecloth and matching napkins.
Mexico Red Handblown Glass Recycled Shot Drinkware Set of 6, "Ripe Ruby"$54.99
Swirling shades of ruby red spiral through the surface of these tequila shot glasses. They are crafted with traditional hand-blown glass techniques at Javier and Efrén's workshop in Mexico.
Because each piece is handmade, shape and size can vary slightly and tiny bubbles may appear within the glass. This exemplifies the hand-blown technique, making every piece a unique example of blown glass craftsmanship.
Hand Stamped Wood Batik Coasters from Java (Set of 6), "Phoenix Flowers"$25.99
From artisan Gunadi of Indonesia, these lovely red, cream, and black coasters come in a set of six. Crafted from wadang wood, the coasters are hand-stamped with a batik motif known as in Java. This motif depicts a phoenix and represents the relationship between China and Java.