Hacienda Serveware(41 items)
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Featured Reviews on Hacienda Serveware
Great Mothers Day gift!
what do we get for my mother-in-law for Mothers day? This gorgeous ceramic servingware, perfect for her hostess with the mostest parties and gatherings. its gorgeous, she loves it, its well made, perfect win! the only problem is now I want one myself!
This is definitely a beautiful piece of art and a practical dish as well. It was well represented from the on-line pictures.
I love this coffee pot...perfect size and beautifully made. So glad I bought it. I have matching creamer-sugar set too. Great for brunch.
Sergio Ponce Handcrafted ceramic decor accents
"I've resolved to keep my enthusiasm high and believe in my ability to create my own future. I'm betting on innovation to succeed, and I never forget that there's a whole world to conquer."
"I met Novica in 2018 in a forum organized by COFOCE — Coordinadora de Fomento al Comercio Exterior, a Mexican government entity promoting and advising exporters. I was intrigued by each technical detail that assists artisans. I immediately said yes.
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Popular Hacienda Serveware
Colorful Recycled Glass Serving Bowl from Mexico, "Tropical Confetti"$59.95
Resembling colorful confetti, pigments of blue, teal, and yellow decorate the bottom of this sleek artisanal serving bowl from Mexico. Javier and Efren work with recycled glass as they hand-blow this beautiful kitchen accessory. Please accept slight variations in size and shape in this handcrafted piece.
Hand-Painted Talavera Ceramic Serving Bowl from Mexico, "Raining Flowers"$59.99
Perfect for a dinner party with friends, this serving bowl from Mexico is truly beautiful. Sergio Ponce creates it in colorful Majolica ceramic, featuring colorful hand-painted floral motifs inspired by traditional Talavera work.
Floral Talavera Style Ceramic Platter from Mexico, "Zacatlan Flowers"
Flowers blossom with an exuberant feast of colors on a platter designed in the Talavera style of the state of Puebla. The motifs are painted by hand over the ivory-color ceramic dish with a palette that includes yellow-orange, blue, and green flowers over a crisscross network of dots and crosses. Bordered by a black honeycomb, this platter comes from the 'Zacatlán Flowers' collection designed by Pedro Tecayehuatl.
Talavera is a distinctive art form brought to Mexico by artisans from Talavera de la Reina, Spain. The ceramic artisans of Puebla, Mexico then incorporated Chinese designs, thus creating the blue and oyster-white patterns traditionally associated with Talavera Poblana. Today there are also more "contemporary" designs that include yellow, green, orange, mauve, black and red.
National and international conventions require that a rigorous procedure be followed in the elaboration of authentic Talavera-style ceramics. Each individual piece will be slightly different, and therefore a unique work of art.