Welcome to the Ornament Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Ornaments
Beauty in the detail and the distribution
Hand made for up close appreciation with fine detail and pattern distribution around the curve of the eggs. Well weighted to hang on display.
Beautiful and an amazing value. I look forward to putting them on gifts or hanging them on my tree next year. (I may have to buy more for both reasons. Ornaments make such a great bow for a Christrmas gift. Another gift in itself. Thanks, Novica!
I did purchase these for a friend who loves Elephants but shes only getting 2 and I am keeping 4! Beautifully crafted...
Claudio Ojeda Traditional handcrafted Mexican alebrijes
"I think that every day is a struggle and, in that struggle, alebrijes are our guardians."
My mother, Teresita Gonzales, also a featured artist, and I began working with you in 2018.
It's been a real adventure, since we've been able to introduce our work to more people and my sales have increased. We have grown as artisans, preserving one of the... read more
Set of Four Painted Wood Heart Ornaments from Bali, "Ruby Hearts"$19.99
Making an excellent addition to the tree or serving as simple decor, these four hearts are crafted of wood, painted red with a distressed finish. Bali's Gio works with other artisans to craft these ornaments by hand, hanging them on golden cords.
Hand Made Batik Wood Ornaments (Set of 3) from Indonesia, "Kawung Eggs"$23.99
Handcrafted from local wadang wood, this set of three Indonesian ornaments features beautiful motifs by Gunadi. Depicting the feathers of a phoenix known as Lok Chan, is a traditional style of decoration believed to have been invented by the king of Mataram, achieved here using the batik method, where a wax resist is applied to the egg-shaped ornaments before submerging them in vats of dye.
Artisan Crafted Wood Fish Ornaments from Bali (Set of 4), "Rainbow Fish"$25.99
Tropical fish become festive ornaments from Bali. Each albesia wood ornament is painted by hand by Ketut Nadiasih, from Bhakti Senang Hati. The set includes four lively fish hanging from golden cords.
"I'm Ketut Nadiasih, from Tampaksirin. I'm the fourth of seven siblings and our parents are farmers with no educational background. I had Poliomyelitis when I was a little girl so I rarely went outside my parents’ house unless somebody could carry me anywhere I wanted to go. I felt so at peace and happy when my nephew carried me to see the world outside for the first time - a world that is full of colors. I enjoy crafting something with both my hands that can be used by people. When I married my husband, whom I met at the foundation, I knew the meaning of happiness. We work together to create ornaments, my husband carves the pieces and I finish and paint them."