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Coconut Shell Incense Holder "Caladium" by Arteco
Our Price: $10.00
Sale Price: $8.99
Savings: $1.01

Caladium flower shaped, this incense holder handcrafted in coconut shell will surely make your ambiance more relaxing and pleasing.

Dimensions:
4.2"L-3.2"W-1"H

Materials:
Coconut shell, acrylic paintings, leather (small base).
Terracota Decorative Plate "Bonayel, God of Rain" medium - By Hermanos Guillen
Our Price: $15.00
Sale Price: $10.95
Savings: $4.05

Bonayel is the God of Rain.  Big tears coming from his eyes will irrigate and fertilize the soil for the Taino people, so the Yuca (cassava root) can grow and feed their tribe. The plate is fully handmade.
- Decorative item only, not intended for food service. Plate holder not included.

Dimensions:
1"H-7"Diam.

Materials:
Terracotta, acrylic painting.
Terracota Decorative Plate "Iguanaboina" medium - By Hermanos Guillen
Our Price: $15.00
Sale Price: $10.95
Savings: $4.05

Iguanaboina is the union of the Iguana (radiant sun rays) and the serpent Boina (dark clouds of rain); Taino legend says that from its cave were born the Moon and the Sun. The plate is fully handmade.
- Decorative item only, not intended for food service. Plate holder not included.

Dimensions:
1"H-7"Diam.

Materials:
Terracotta, acrylic painting.
Terracota Decorative Plate "Moon" medium - By Hermanos Guillen
Our Price: $15.00
Sale Price: $10.95
Savings: $4.05

The Taino people believed that the Moon was born in a cave, and she (it was female) would come out of there at sunset, when the Sun would then go back to the cave. The plate is fully handmade.
- Decorative item only, not intended for food service. Plate holder not included.

Dimensions:
1"H-7"Diam.

Materials:
Terracotta, acrylic painting.
Terracota Vase "Turtle and Sun" small - By Hermanos Guillen
Our Price: $16.00
Sale Price: $12.75
Savings: $3.25

This beautiful vase has the Turtle on one side and the Sun on the other. For the Tainos, the turtle (also called Caguama) represents the fertilized uterus that gave birth to all life.  The Taino people believed that the Sun was born in a cave, and he would come out of there at sunrise when the Moon would then go back to the cave. This is a fully handmade work of art.

Dimensions:
4.5"H-3.9"Diam.

Materials:
Terracotta/clay, acrylic painting.
Terracotta Decorative Plate "Eternal Lovers" medium - By Hermanos Guillen
Our Price: $21.99
Sale Price: $13.99
Savings: $8.00

The Taino figure of two birds feeding each other probably represents solidarity and sense of social equity. In Taino society, private property didn�t exist, all food (fishing, harvesting and hunting) was shared among the whole tribe; thus this scene might be showing the stronger helping the weaker. Fully handmade.
- Decorative item only, not intended for food service. Plate holder not included.

Dimensions:
1"H-7"Diam.

Materials:
Terracote, acrylic painting.
Terracota Decorative Plate "Ball Player" medium - By Hermanos Guillen
Our Price: $21.99
Sale Price: $13.99
Savings: $8.00

Playing ball was a common practice among the Tainos; the game, named "Batu", was played by two teams of up to 30 people, who had to keep the ball in the air using their shoulders, elbows or hips for as long as they could. The plate is fully handmade.
- Decorative item only, not intended for food service. Plate holder not included.

Dimensions:
1"H-7"Diam.

Materials:
Terracotta, acrylic painting.
Wood Turtle Ashtray, medium - Taller Arte Taino
Our Price: $18.99
Sale Price: $13.99
Savings: $5.00

Turtles are one of the most popular animal sculptures Daniel Castro works in Guayacan wood. The smoth sanded surface allows you to appreciate the natural grane of this noble material. The figure is hand made, carved from certified sustainable Guayacan wood.

Dimensions:
1.5"H-7"W-4.5"D

Materials:
Guayacan wood
Terracota Vase "Turtle and Moon" medium - By Hermanos Guillen
Our Price: $20.00
Sale Price: $15.95
Savings: $4.05

This beautiful vase has the Turtle on one side and the Moon on the other. For the Tainos, the turtle (also called Caguama) represents the fertilized uterus that gave birth to all life.  The Taino people believed that the Moon was born in a cave, and she (it was female) would come out of there at sunset, when the Sun would then go back into the cave. This is a fully handmade work of art.

Dimensions:
8"H-4.5"Diam.

Materials:
Terracotta/clay, acrylic painting.
Terracota Vase "Eternal Lovers and Conch" medium - By Hermanos Guillen
Our Price: $20.00
Sale Price: $15.95
Savings: $4.05

This beautiful vase has the Eternal Lovers on one side and the Conch or snail on the other. The Taino figure of two birds feeding each other probably represents solidarity and sense of social equity; since there was no private property, this scene might be showing the stronger helping the weaker. The snail that lived inside a shell or Lambi was a big part of the Taino diet, the shell itself was also used as a musical instrument (the sound similar to a trumpet) and as material to make necklaces and pendants. Fully handmade

Dimensions:
6.9"H-4.5"Diam.

Materials:
Terracotta, acrylic painting.