Multicolor Serveware(103 items)
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I display this proudly!
This isnt just a versatile serving piece, its a mood-brightener and a beautiful piece of original art. So glad to have it to brighten my home during these quarantine days.
The color are vibrant, the quality of the pieces is top notch! It reminded me of my abuelas house!!
Gorky Gonzalez Handcrafted Majolica ceramics
In 1992, Mexico's then president awarded Gorky Gonzalez with the National Award of Sciences and Art. "My main interest was always the rescue of traditional Majolica pottery."
I learned at the hands of my father, who was also named Gorky. It's curious how parents ask you to carry on the family legacy, down to their own names. But this is a legacy that greatly impassions me.
I learned how to create distinct colorations in ceramic in... read more
Popular Multicolor Serveware
Authentic Mexican Majolica Ceramic Cake Plate, "Acapulco"$119.99
Painted by hand with colorful glazes, festive motifs surround a cake plate by Gorky González. He works in the style of Mexico's colonial Majolica ceramics to create the design. The artisan signs his work "AT," for (traditional ceramics).
The pedestal plate holds a 9-inch diameter cake.
Colorful Recycled Glass Serving Bowl from Mexico, "Tropical Confetti"$59.95
Resembling colorful confetti, pigments of blue, teal, and yellow decorate the bottom of this sleek artisanal serving bowl from Mexico. Javier and Efren work with recycled glass as they hand-blow this beautiful kitchen accessory. Please accept slight variations in size and shape in this handcrafted piece.
Artisan Crafted Talavera Style 15 Inch Platter, "Zacatlan Feast"$84.99
Flowers blossom with an exuberant feast of colors on a platter designed in the Talavera style of the state of Puebla. The motifs are painted by hand over the ivory-color ceramic plate with a palette that includes yellowish-orange, blue, and green flowers over a crisscross network of dots and crosses. Bordered by a black honeycomb, this oval plate comes from the "Zacatlán" collection designed by Pedro Tecayehuatl.
Talavera is a distinctive art form brought to Mexico by artisans from Talavera de la Reina, Spain. The ceramic artisans of Puebla, Mexico then incorporated Chinese designs, thus creating the blue and oyster-white patterns traditionally associated with Talavera Poblana. Today there are also more "contemporary" designs that include yellow, green, orange, mauve, black and red.
National and international conventions require that a rigorous procedure be followed in the elaboration of authentic Talavera-style ceramics. Each individual piece will be slightly different, and therefore a unique work of art.