Home Decor - Vases - Andean Highl
Artisan Crafted Gifts and Decor From Around the WorldThese Home Decor - Vases - Andean Highl - are available from Novica who in association with National Geographic bring a whole range of handcrafted items from small scale crafts workshops, often run by a single craft worker in the developing world.
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Ceramic vase, 'Andean Girl' (Peru)
These young girls face away from the viewer, leaving us with a view of delightful pigtails. Ceramic work at its finest is demonstrated in this decorative vase. Francisco Guerreros, inspired by the sights of young girls in their hats walking in the st
Ceramic vase, 'Convent Girl' (Peru)
This vase depicts a group of women sitting outside of a convent. The incredibly vivid colors and geometric shapes employed by the artist convey the life of the people illustrated here. Francisco Coronado uses the passion of various colors and contras
Ceramic vase, 'Highland Women' (Peru)
These young girls face away from the viewer, leaving a view of their delightful pigtails. Francisco Guerreros, inspired by the sights of young girls in their hats walking in the streets, creates this work using contrasting colors and stark geometric
Ceramic vase, 'Sepia Women' (Peru)
A group of wistful figures in traditional Andean dress adorn this handmade ceramic decorative vessel by Francisco Guerreros. Carefully hand-painted, it demonstrates the artist's commitment to faithfully depicting the people and cultures of his homela
Ceramic vase, 'The Cottage' (Peru)
The striking red background and contrasting colors that decorate this vase give it a unique visual appeal. In the distance, the eye picks up faint silhouettes of majestic mountains, and at the front of the picture, there is a modest home. Breaking th
Ceramic vase, 'The Meeting' (Peru)
This vase depicts a group of women with braids and hats who meet in the town center. The incredibly vivid colors and geometric shapes employed by the artist convey the life of the people. Francisco Guerreros uses the passion of colors in to make a da
Ceramic vase, 'The Monastery' (Peru)
Women sit outside a monastery, their traditional garments flashing vivid colors and brilliant geometric. Francisco Guerreros uses passionate red along with black and bright yellow to create a harmonious dance of color on this brilliant ceramic vase.
Ceramic vases, 'Get-Together' (pair) (Peru)
Inspired by the sights of young girls in braids and hats who gather in squares in the village of Lucanas, Francisco Guerreros creates two delightful ceramic vases. Bright colors and bold hand-painted line make them favorites in any setting.