Blue Serveware(102 items)
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Beautiful and useful
Beautiful tray thats also very useful for entertaining. Quality is amazing. All of these trays are more gorgeous in person than in the photos! Ive bought trays for myself and for others. Love them all.
Wonderful majolica serving platter
I love this Majolica serving platter, it is the perfect sice for side dishes and the blue and white handpainted design is lovely. Highly recommended.
This bowl is perfectly imperfect, I love the details & minor flaws that show its handmade. The colours & swirl pattern are incredible. A great bowl for serving a variety of edible creations.
Putu Oka Mahendra Ceramic tableware and decor
Oka Mahendra opened a showroom in memory of his mother... She was a woman full of energy and highly self-confident.
Popular Blue Serveware
Mexican Artisan Crafted Large Blown Glass Blue Band Bowl, "Cobalt Band"$54.99
A band of deep cobalt blue complements the crystalline contours of this bowl by Javier and Efrén in Mexico. The bowl is experlty crafted by hand with recycled glass and classic blown glass techniques that require precise artisan team work.
Please note that as each piece is individually handmade, slight variations in the shape and size of the glass are likely, making every item a unique example of blown-glass craftsmanship. Tiny bubbles within the surface attest to their authenticity.
Handcrafted Ceramic Teapot, "Buddha and Sapphire Elephant"$49.99
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.
Andean Sunflower Theme Reverse-Painted Glass Tray, "Blue Andean Mandala"$79.99
Reverse-painted glass, introduced to Peru in the 17th century, is now a revered Peruvian art form. The Ortiz Family brings to this craft a unique conflux of influences. Their repetitive geometrical and symmetrical patterns owe their origins to Inca pottery, but their coloration is drawn from the multi-hued blue and gold tiles found in North Africa and Spain. Our glass-topped wooden tray is handcrafted in the family’s workshop in Peru.