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home decor mexican
    home decor
  • any decorative items that make your house or garden feel like your home – often available in themes and groupings
  • Interior design is a multi-faceted profession in which creative and technical solutions are applied within a structure to achieve a built interior environment.
  • The design, furnishing and decorating of the home or apartment; the products used to decorate a home.
    mexican
  • of or relating to Mexico or its inhabitants; "Mexican food is hot"
  • a native or inhabitant of Mexico
  • (mexico) a republic in southern North America; became independent from Spain in 1810
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Large Multi-Color Mexican Talavera Norah Sun
Large Multi-Color Mexican Talavera Norah Sun
This best-selling ceramic sun will add beauty and charm to any home or garden. Only available in our multi-color style. Please note that our multi-color styles each come in a different color combination. * = All Norah Suns are only available in our Multi-Color (MC) style. Dimensions: 11.75" X 11.75". PLEASE NOTE: There are other companies that are starting to claim to have the same products as us, but we custom make our product. Don't be fooled by these other companies. Look at our stellar rating and you will immediately see why we really go above and beyond with our customers in quality, service and satisfaction. The striking ceramic known as Talavera is over 800 years old, originating in the Talavera de la Reina region of Spain. At that time, it was called Majolica. Known for its beautiful glaze work, Talavera was imported to Mexico in the 16th century where it was used to decorate monasteries and churches with tiles and religious figures. Talavera is not turned or tin glazed-the pigments are brushed onto raw or unfired glaze. Each piece takes between 12 and 15 days to complete. It must set for 16 to 18 hours before being liquefied and poured into molds. The pieces are then hand polished and fired for six hours at 1500 (F) degrees, then painted and baked again in an 1800 (F) degree oven. Prehispanic Mexican craftsmen blended the majolica process with their own interpretation of the method to work the clays of the region and incorporated their art forms and colors. Their product came to be known as Talavera. We are happy to pay about 20-25% above 'market' value to our artisans in Mexico in order to create a sustainable business for them as well as in the hopes of bringing up the standard of living of the community at large. Unlike other Mexican import companies we specialize in Mexican Talavera. We stand behind our products with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

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Vintage Mexican Tonala Paper Mache Owl
Vintage Mexican Tonala Paper Mache Owl
This is a beautiful Mexican hand painted paper mache owl signed by Mateo made in Tonala Jal Mexico. Such a great piece of Mexican folk art. Bright hand painted colors and such an adorable owl! He's just waiting to come home with you! In EXCELLENT vintage condition.
Thrifty Decor
Thrifty Decor
The big clay plate on the bottom is this gorgeously colorful handpainted Mexican wall hanging I got for a DOLLAR at a fleamarket over the summer. It's hung there all alone while I waited for the right partner to come along. And here it is!

home decor mexican
home decor mexican
Large Multi-Color Mexican Talavera Om
This is an MX Imports original! Combining East and West, enjoy this colorful and decorative Talavera Om. The piece is for decoration only and has a string in the back for hanging on the wall. Please note that our multi-color styles each come in a different color combination. * = All Large Oms are only available in our Multi-Color (MC) style. Dimensions: 11.0" X 11.0" X 1.0". The striking ceramic known as Talavera is over 800 years old, originating in the Talavera de la Reina region of Spain. At that time, it was called Majolica. Known for its beautiful glaze work, Talavera was imported to Mexico in the 16th century where it was used to decorate monasteries and churches with tiles and religious figures. Talavera is not turned or tin glazed-the pigments are brushed onto raw or unfired glaze. Each piece takes between 12 and 15 days to complete. It must set for 16 to 18 hours before being liquefied and poured into molds. The pieces are then hand polished and fired for six hours at 1500 (F) degrees, then painted and baked again in an 1800 (F) degree oven. Prehispanic Mexican craftsmen blended the majolica process with their own interpretation of the method to work the clays of the region and incorporated their art forms and colors. Their product came to be known as Talavera. We are happy to pay about 20-25% above 'market' value to our artisans in Mexico in order to create a sustainable business for them as well as in the hopes of bringing up the standard of living of the community at large. Unlike other Mexican import companies we specialize in Mexican Talavera. We stand behind our products with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

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