6 or 8 inch planter from Santo Stefano, La Giara factory
I love this plate!
Same one with a yellow Enna look
I absolutely love this Ceressa antipasto platter with removable dishes. The one I have is less red and doesn't come apart- works great for a seder plate- but I could find a place for this one!
Ceressa design in Monreale, behind the cathedral
Enna and Sole antipasto dishes
Fuoco coffee set
Fima’s vario patterns strongly remind the Islamic origins of the geometric designs in Italian and Spanish ceramics. The sources of these intricate patterns, though, already existed in late antiquity among the Greeks and the Romans.
Stop by Lone Star Western Decor now and search our wonderful range of Southwest rugs, like this 3 x 4 Whiskey River Turquoise Rug!
Mural done with Mayolica tiles entitled Arbol genealógico del comienzo del mestizaje (Genealogy tree of the beginning of the mestizo) by Gorky Gonzales Quiñones at the Museum of Artes Populares in Mexico City