Mexican Hacienda(507 items)
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Love, Love this sculpture.
This is so beautiful. The small sculpture is made up of very little toys. You can seat and look at it for a long time trying to make out each item. It is just wonderful. Thank you.
I bought them for my already expanded collection of Talavera dishes. My table loos so grandly when I pull all my dishes out. The design is very vibrant! I love love the set1
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Handcrafted Ceremonial Style Molcajete Mortar, "Ceremonial Tradition"$94.95
Grupon Comonfort presents this traditional footed or stone mortar, crafted by hand from volcanic basalt. The three-footed design is like those traditionally used for ceremonial purposes as well as for food preparation. The pestle, called a , is used to grind or crush the foodstuffs in the molcajete. The molcajete can also be used as a unique serving dish for salsa or guacamole.
The artisans recommend that the molcajete be "cured" before the first use. To cure the molcajete, place some dried beans, corn or rice in the bowl and grind with the pestle until pulverized. Allow the pulverized grain to sit for 15 minutes. Once this has been done, the molcajete can be hand washed and allowed to dry. This step will ensure that any stone dust remaining from the carving process does not affect the food.
Set of 6 Orange Artisan Crafted Hand Blown Glasses, "Festive Orange"$87.99
Vibrant orange 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.
Hand Painted Cactus Motif Ceramic Planter from Puebla, "Puebla Flora"$197.99
This charming Talavera-style planter is the creation of Isabelle Collins in Puebla. Genuine Talavera pottery is made only in Puebla, using methods that date back to the 16th century. The ceramic planter features a traditional motif in cobalt blue, separated by hand-painted pictorial images of two types of cacti as well as an agave. The pot features a hole in the bottom for drainage as well as the artist's mark.