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This is a very unique item and a focal point on my table. The ice chamber is a useful design feature. Not to mention, the pitcher is beautiful! It s extremely well-made.
Thank you! The napkins arrived very fast. They are beautiful and will bring joy for years to come. They are made with love, come beautifully wrapped with a little surprise and a thank you note. I am so happy I wish I could give the artist un abracio too! ??
Wedding Gift for my Son and his Wife
Carefully selected wood pieces merge into a warm, soft bowl that displays character and the love for nature.
Popular Tableware Home Decor Gifts
Set of 6 Cotton Placemats and Napkins in Blue from Guatemala, "Colors of the Sea"$54.99
Guatemalan artisan Eladio Chiroy uses a traditional foot pedal loom to weave local cotton into vibrant table linens. Aqua, emerald, cobalt blue and deep lilac blend to create mesmerizing stripes evoking the colors of the sea.Featuring six napkins in a solid cobalt blue and six striped placemats, these table linens make a wonderful addition to any home.
Six Multicolored Striped Cotton Placemats from Guatemala, "Harvest Trails"$39.99
Striking multicolored stripes give this set of six placemats a cheerful appearance. Reflecting Eladio Chiroy's family history in textiles, the Guatemalan placemats are handwoven of cotton and finished with delicate fringes on the foot pedal loom.
Artisan Crafted 11 Inch Blue Talavera Style Ceramic Plate, "Talavera Kaleidoscope"$84.99
A mosaic of blue daisies is captivating in a Talavera-style plate with scalloped borders designed by Alonso Luis. The lavish composition on the enameled ceramic plate is painted by hand with the same characteristic palette of colors that distinguish Talavera artistry, such as green, cobalt blue, and yellow underscored by an ivory hue.
Day of the Dead Theme on Mexican Decoupage Set of 4 Coasters, "Festive Catrina"$19.99
With a crown of flowers on her head, the famous Catrina celebrates Day of the Dead as a set of four coasters from Mexico. Ana Maria Gonzalez selects the handsome couple as she applies decoupage techniques to four different -themed pinewood coasters. A dark brown holder is included.