Mexican Garden Party(29 items)
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I love my sugar and creamer! They actually make me happy to use them. They are beautifully made and wear well. Ive had mine for years.
Very FUN creamer and sugar set!
I bought these for my daughter-in-law (and son) for their new house. She picked out several rooster gifts from which I could choose. This was MY pick. I have a creamer like it myself and love it. The rooster set does look rather fun in their kitchen - right at home.
In 1992, Mexico's then president awarded Gorky Gonzalez with the National Award of Sciences and Art. "My main interest was always the rescue of traditional Majolica pottery."
“I learned at the hands of my father, who was also named Gorky; it is curious how parents ask you to carry on the family legacy, down to their own names. It is a legacy that greatly impassions me.
“I have learned how to create distinct colorations in... read more
Popular Mexican Garden Party
Set of 4 Purple Blown Glass Mezcal Shot Glasses from Mexico, "Lilac Mist"$69.99
Perfect for genuine Oaxacan mezcal, these shot glasses with an irregular shape are colored by a wispy lilac mist. Each glass is crafted with blown glass techniques. "We only use alternative forms of energy - such as used oil from restaurant kitchens - to fire up the kiln, and our process is 100% handcrafted. Our designs are inspired by traditional Mexican pieces which we develop with a contemporary accent," Salime Cruces tells us.
Authentic Mexican Majolica Ceramic Cake Plate, "Acapulco"$119.99
Painted by hand with colorful glazes, festive motifs surround a cake plate by Gorky González. He works in the style of Mexico's colonial Majolica ceramics to create the design. The artisan signs his work "AT," for (traditional ceramics).
The pedestal plate holds a 9-inch diameter cake.
Iron wall sculpture, "Rainbow Butterfly"$197.99
Sculpted of iron, a butterfly flaunts wings with a rainbow of colors. J. Blas covers them with glass inlay to capture and reflect the light. To the ancient Aztecs, the butterfly represented Itzpapalotl — the Obsidian Butterfly — a principal deity and agricultural goddess.
Set of 4 Artisan Crafted Blown Glass Green Tumblers, "Green Mist"$79.99
Enjoy your favorite drink in a tumbler with an irregular shape colored by a wispy green mist. Each glass is crafted with blown glass techniques. "We only use alternative forms of energy - such as used oil from restaurant kitchens - to fire up the kiln, and our process is 100% handcrafted. Our designs are inspired by traditional Mexican pieces which we develop with a contemporary accent," Salime Cruces tells us. The set includes 4 tumblers.