Leather Tableware(24 items)
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Christmas Gift for Friend
This was a Christmas gift for a friend in Montana with whom I have shared many a bottle of wine and good times. Her text to me upon receiving it was I LOVE IT!!!
For landmark occasions.
I've gotten these several times, in several of the designs by various family members, as wedding presents or anniversary presents, or housewarming presents, especially for people who like to entertain. It's the first thing I think of when I get an announcement of an upcoming celebration, even if there is a gift registry, because they are hand-made, unusual, and practical (also beautiful). All the recipients have seemed to like them.
Abel Rios Tooled leather furniture and decor accents
"With my older brother's generous and providential offer, I learned the wonderful art of leather work – a craft that continues to fascinate me and consume most of my days."
Popular Leather Tableware
Hand Tooled Leather Cedar Tray Serveware from Peru, "Breakfast in Bed"$87.99
Stylized bird beaks imbue this folding tray with a mystical flair. Handcrafted by the Ríos Family, this piece is inspired in the Colonial artistry adorning Spanish furniture and accessories. A unique folding tray, it is ideal for breakfast in bed.
Leather Fleur de Lis Wine Carrier from Peru, "Fleur de Lis"$49.99
Handcrafted from brown leather with an embossed fleur de lis pattern, this wine carrier from Peru is perfect for when you're on the go. Featuring a handle and two snap closures that secure the bottle, this picnic accessory is designed by Johnny Jimenez.
Unique Leather and Wood Serving Trays (Set of 3), "Collector"$147.99
This elegant set of three trays by Abel Rios evokes images of Colonial décor. To create these trays, Rios tools fine leather with extraordinary detail. When finished, he mounts the leather top on a frame carved of noble cedar wood.
Tray with Hand-Tooled Leather from Peru, "Inca Fortress"$149.99
Evoking the ancient Inca, geometric motifs are hand-tooled in the leather bottom of this exciting tray from Peru. Wilfredo Rios works in the traditional style of colonial handicrafts, creating the rectangular tray of wood with handles at the ends.