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Medieval Reverse Painted Tray - Julian
Medieval Reverse Painted Tray - Julian
$ 139.00

Manos Amigas

Medieval Reverse Painted Tray - Julian

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In reverse glass painting, the design is silk screened onto the reverse side of the glass. The painting is done “back to front”: details painted first, then larger color areas, and finally a background color. This technique dates back to the middle ages and requires great care and skill, as the visual “surface” is painted first then layered over, so errors cannot be corrected. 

Due to the handcrafted nature of our products, slight variations enhance authenticity.

Details

Measurements: 15” diameter.

Materials: Reverse painted glass, MDF.

Country of Origin: Peru

*Due to the artisanal nature of this product, color and size may vary.
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Reviewed by Laura F.
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Rated 5 out of 5
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So pretty!

This tray is gorgeous— the colors are vibrant and beautiful.

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Reviewed by Juliann T.
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Beautiful tray!

I LOVE THIS TRAY! Such stunning craftsmanship and is truly a one of a kind piece!

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Reviewed by Toni Zupko H.
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Julian tray

This tray is gorgeous, and pictures do not do it justice. The colors are phenomenal, the glass is nice weight, and it is beautiful just sitting somewhere.

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Reviewed by Debra B.
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Gorgeous tray!

This tray is beautiful and quite large!

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