Red Tableware(120 items)
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The runner is beautiful, it is hefty and the weaving is tight and just exquisite. Manuela Gomezs work is absolutely perfect!
Love these coasters! Each hand painted and not too big. I ordered them for me, but I will also be purchasing them for a friend for her birthday!
Beautiful color and design
These look great on the table whether theyre in use or stored in their holder. One of the coasters in the set I received had a bit of a faded dark patch on the surface, but the design was still easily visible and beautiful regardless.
Eladio Chiroy Handwoven table linens and home decor
"I want to keep our Guatemalan weaving artistry from disappearing. Like other crafts, the textile arts enrich our culture."
Popular Red Tableware
Multicolor Striped Cotton Table Runner from Guatemala, "Sunset Glory"$23.99
Wide stripes of saffron, crimson, and strawberry red create a vivid pattern on this stunning table runner. Woven from 100% cotton on a pedal loom, the runner is designed by Guatemalan artisan Eladio Chiroy and features a fringe on each end.
Set of 4 Hand Blown Wine Glasses Clear with Red Rim Mexico, "Ruby Globe"$59.99
Exhibiting the art of hand blown glass, Javier and Efren present a set of four wine goblets. Rounded shapes enhance the bouquet of red wine, while the voluptuous glasses are designed to help chilled white wine maintain its temperature.
Because each piece is handmade, shape and size can vary slightly and tiny bubbles may appear within the glass. This exemplifies the hand-blown technique, making every piece a unique example of blown glass craftsmanship.
Set of 6 Red Artisan Crafted Hand Blown Glasses, "Festive Red"$87.99
Brilliant ruby red swirls across these elegant tumblers, their pristine contours splashed with white. Festive and beautiful, the set of six comes from Javier and Efren, who have worked with blown glass for more than 30 years.
Each piece is individually handmade, making every item absolutely unique. Tiny bubbles exemplify the hand-blown technique.