Wednesday, July 30, 2008


KAZA is extremely proud and excited to include the exquisite line of imported traditional pottery, from our friends at Artesania, as part of our inventory!

Pictures do not do these pieces justice, as the rich textures are something that must be seen in person to truly appreciate. Each piece is one-of-a-kind and painstakingly handcrafted by established artists from several different Countries including Spain, Morocco, Italy, Turkey and Mexico. Please note these pieces are not reproductions nor are they mass produced-the artistic details are exquisite.

Price list of just a few of the items that are available to purchase at KAZA:

Moroccan Vase: $125,00 (my favourite piece)
This amazing vase is handcrafted from its shape and the detailed carving design, to the handpainted traditional motif and metal work.Exquisite craftsmanship stands out in any room.Luxurious, elegant and a touch of exotic look.15"H x 10"D.Handwash recommended.Handmade Morocco.

Majolica Centerpiece Hurricane: $75,00
This Traditional pottery of Guanajuato arose from terracotta pottery covered with a thick, white shiny glaze brought to Mexico by the Spaniards during the 16th century and which in Guanajuato is known by the name of Majolica, as opposed to the production made in Puebla, which is known as Talavera. Each piece is made and painted by hand.The glazes are food safe, unlike the old majolica. This hurricane is composed of two pieces, the bottom is a unique majolica design of fruits and the top is a Mouth-Blown glass piece shaped to place a candle pillar inside. may be used for flowers as well. A grand elegant piece anywhere you place it. 21"Hx9D.Handcrafted.Mexico.Lead Free.

Turkish Bowl: $55,00
Amazing detail and beautiful colors in this bowl. Beautiful as a centerpiece or for fruits and salads. Food safe. Handwash recommended.11.5"Dx 3.5"H. Handmade and Handpainted in Turkey.

Large Aztec Calendar: $150.00
La Piedra del Sol (The Sun stone), commonly known as “The Aztec Calendar”, is evidence of The Aztec’s knowledge of Mathematics and Astronomy. It represents how the Aztecs measured days, months and cosmic cycles. Our calendars are handmade and hand painted in Mexico. They are made with natural woods like Barcino, Cedro, Nogal, Pine, Caoba, etc. Each piece is cut, handcrafted, and hand painted, then all pieces are put together to complete a masterpiece.