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Ceramic salad plates, 'Floral Octagons' (set of 4) - Handmade Talavera Style Ceramic Dessert Plates (Set of 4) Curate

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Floral Octagons Handmade Talavera Style Ceramic Dessert Plates (Set of 4)

Shaped like floral octagons, these salad plates flourish with hand-painted... more

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Shaped like floral octagons, these salad plates flourish with hand-painted artistry. Priscilla Urias de Benedetti recreates the allure of New Spain's traditional Talavera pottery with this set of four ceramic plates.

Floral Octagons Handmade Talavera Style Ceramic Dessert/Salad Plates Set 4 NOVICA Art

  • 1.52 kgs
  • 3.4 lbs
  • 2.75 cm H x 21 cm W x 21 cm D
  • 1.1" H x 8.25" W x 8.25" D

  • Ceramic
  • Dishwasher: use top rack only. Hand wash recommended.
  • Hand-crafted item -- color, size and/or motif may vary slightly
  • Food safe
  • Free Gift Wrap? No
  • Premium Gift Wrap? No
  • Made in El Salvador.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in Central America
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Priscilla and her father give jobs to the artisans who help her keep up with the demand for her work.

The Women's Empowerment badge is awarded to female artisans or artisan groups that are led by women.

Priscilla's father, Cristobal, financially supports the education of his two children. One is studying to become a lawyer and the other is studying pedagogy. He also supports the education of a child in his community. This child comes from a family that doesn't have the resources to pay for education so Cristobal pays for his schooling.

Cristobal and Priscilla give work to two people with disabilities — one has down syndrome and the other has epilepsy. Cristobal feels proud to employ them and that he can provide them with dignified jobs in their communities.

Priscilla and her father give jobs to the artisans who help her keep up with the demand for her work.

Priscilla has done an interview for TV and Radio on women's empowerment.

Priscilla has done an interview for TV and Radio on women's empowerment.

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Priscilla Urias de Benedetti

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Priscilla Urias de Benedetti

Ceramic tableware and decor

Central America
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Elizabeth

Ohio/USA

This tray is a beautiful color blue with the contrasting sun flowers!
 
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