Tableware Gifts for Women(94 items)
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Beautiful and fun!
These glasses were purchased for my husband who is very difficult to buy for, he loved them! The glasses are very bright and cheerful and also well made. Thank you Sir for such wonderful craftsmanship!
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!
Hefty and Natural
These hand-made glasses with dark blue rims are wonderfully irregular in shape and slightly different in size. They are solid and the grooved sides allow for an easy grip. I have had no problems washing them in my dishwasher. I recommend these for the lover of all things natural.
Victor Hugo Lopez Hand-carved wooden serveware
"Developing a new design is like planning for the birth of a baby. I draw, cut the wood, carve it, sand it and take it apart until I have a finished piece that makes me happy."
"My parents weren't artisans but, as a child, I did see a lot of people who were... read more
Popular Tableware Gifts for Women
Handcrafted Ceramic Teapot, "Buddha and Sapphire Elephant"
In Southeast Asia it is said that when Buddha's mother was about to give birth, she dreamt a white elephant came to her offering a lotus, symbol of purity and knowledge. When Buddha is depicted riding an elephant, it is believe it will bring good luck and health. Putu Oka Mahendra transforms legend into a mesmerizing ceramic teapot featuring a rattan handle.
Set of 2 Hand Painted Floral Ceramic Bowls, "Margarita"$59.99
With petals the color of the sun and the ocean, daisies blossom all over these multipurpose bowls by Lilyan Bebecke. "I was inspired by my country's rich flora, that's why it's known as the 'country of eternal spring,'" says Bebecke with pride. The cheerful composition is painted by hand on two ceramic bowls crafted in Guatemala.
Floral Batik Cotton Apron in Indigo from Java, "Kitchen Flowers in Indigo"
Against a solid indigo hue, elegant floral motifs in ivory decorate this cotton apron from Java. Presented by Yayasan Usaha Mulia (YUM), this slip-on apron features a front pocket for storing utensils and kitchen gadgets. The designs are applied using the batik method, where the fabric is printed with a wax resist before being treated with dye.
Floral Ceramic Painted Teapot, "Margarita Blue"$64.99
With petals the color of the sun and the ocean, daisies blossom all over this tea pot by Lilyan Bebecke. "I was inspired by my country's rich flora, that's why it's known as the 'country of eternal spring,'" says Bebecke with pride. The cheerful composition is painted by hand on a tea pot crafted in Guatemala.