Blue Serveware(115 items)
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Bright and Rustic
The bowl looks beautifully handcrafted and the bold blue accent color is stunning. Using this as a display piece outdoors under my covered patio. Lovely!
This tray is really beautiful. I am very happy with it, but I would caution buyers that the finish is not smooth and glossy, as I thought it would be. It?s more of a porous, Terra cotta feel. I say this because, in spite of its description as suitable for food, microwave safe and dishwasher safe, I can?t imagine doing any of those things. I suspect my daughter will use it more for a catch all tray on her bureau. It?s truly lovely.
Lilyan Benecke Ceramic tableware
"Our designs are directly related to the traditions, colors and customs of Guatemala, my beautiful country."
"Neither of my parents are artisans but ever since I can... read more
Popular Blue Serveware
Mexican Artisan Crafted Large Blown Glass Blue Band Bowl, "Cobalt Band"$49.99
A band of deep cobalt blue complements the crystalline contours of this bowl by Javier and Efrén in Mexico. The bowl is experlty crafted by hand with recycled glass and classic blown glass techniques that require precise artisan team work.
Please note that as each piece is individually handmade, slight variations in the shape and size of the glass are likely, making every item a unique example of blown-glass craftsmanship. Tiny bubbles within the surface attest to their authenticity.
Andean Sunflower Theme Reverse-Painted Glass Tray, "Blue Andean Mandala"$79.95
Reverse-painted glass, introduced to Peru in the 17th century, is now a revered Peruvian art form. The Ortiz Family brings to this craft a unique conflux of influences. Their repetitive geometrical and symmetrical patterns owe their origins to Inca pottery, but their coloration is drawn from the multi-hued blue and gold tiles found in North Africa and Spain. Our glass-topped wooden tray is handcrafted in the family’s workshop in Peru.
Blue Majolica Ceramic Platter Handmade in Mexico, "Colonial Bouquet"$59.99
Depicted in shades of blue and cobalt, a floral nosegay centers this delightful dish while flowers surround it. Gorky González creates an exquisite plate for display or as serveware. A master of Mexico's colonial Majolica ceramics, he recreates designs from bygone centuries. (traditional ceramics).