Culture Wall Decor(684 items)
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Featured Reviews on Culture Wall Decor
I love this plate so much. It just makes me smile to look at it. Beautifully made, it includes a hanging strip. I had it on my wall within 5 minutes of receiving it - 4 1/2 of those spent unwrapping! Thank you for my lovely plate.
This is a wonderful design and shows great workmanship and attention to detail. A really worthwhile purchase.
Beautiful piece of art
Love the artwork Good Akan Mother. It arrived quickly to the United States and looks just like the picture online. I also like that it is signed by the artist. I will definitely be investing in a glass frame to protect this beautiful work!
Popular Culture Wall Decor
Hand-Painted Talavera-Style Ceramic Mary Wall Sculpture, "Praying Mary"$25.99
Hands held together in prayer, the virgin Mary is exalted with this wall sculpture from Mexico. Juana Ponce creates this hacienda-style wall sculpture, which is crafted from ceramic and painted by hand with vibrant colors in the tradition of Talavera handicrafts. This sculpture can be displayed on a tabletop as well as a wall.
Black Forest Swing Cuckoo Clock, "Black Forest Swing"$79.95
A diminutive (little girl) swings beneath this charming Bavarian-style clock. Such miniature cuckoo clocks, called , are part of a tradition in Germany's Black Forest region that dates back to the mid-18th century. The chalet-style clock features the classic cuckoo call, or plays a series of 12 different songs, both of which can be shut off if desired. Two AA batteries are required (not included).
Frida Kahlo Ceramic Wall Art Crafted in Mexico, "Serene Frida"$39.99
Gazing serenely into the eyes of the viewer, renowned Mexican artist Frida Kahlo is accompanied by a cute yellow bird in this piece of ceramic wall art. Maria Isabel Cruz creates this round piece of wall art, depicting a whimsical angelic kitty that is painted by hand in different colors. This decorative accent is created using the the centuries-old dry rope technique, in which a wax mixture made of magnesium oxide and fat are applied to the outlines of the image or motif prior to glazing. The wax mixture creates a barrier that keeps the different fill colors in the design separate during firing, before burning off to reveal the blackened ceramic beneath. A length of nylon cord on the back provides for easy hanging.