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  • New Shipment of Gorky Gonzalez Ceramics!
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    Melissa Guerra

New Shipment of Gorky Gonzalez Ceramics!

New Shipment of Gorky Gonzalez Ceramics!

New Gorky Gonzalez Tableware Collection!

We are so excited to see our new shipments of Gorky Gonzalez Ceramic Tableware coming in, but we’re even more excited to share it with you! One of the items we are excited about is the Handpainted Serving Platters. Each platter comes with a unique design and vibrant images of roosters, peacocks, and even flowers adding instantaneous character to your kitchen or table.

Next up on our Gorky runway is the gorgeous Footed Bowl! Also used as a Molcajete, the footed bowl is used as a serving bowl fashioned after the traditional Mexican form of the mortar and pestle tool. Pair it up with one of our Gorky Gonzalez Tortilla Warmers and you have yourself a wonderful set!  They make absolutely great gifts and even better accents to your kitchen!

Oh we’re not done yet folks! Last but not least, we have the Gorky Gonzalez Sugar, Creamer, Salt and Pepper Serving Tray. Making a fantastic supplement to any collection, this set comes with hand painted pieces covered in blue, yellow, and green. In my opinion, those colors are an automatic yes for me! On top of that, each piece if a modeled after a frog. Can you say cute? Not only do they serve creamer, sugar, salt, and pepper, but these charming little critters also serve a tray full of amusement!


About Gorky Gonzalez

Gorky Gonzalez, a celebrated artist originating from Guanajuato, Mexico, is quite well known for his hand painted ceramic tableware. His delicate dinnerware has gained quite a bit of fame over the years, with each piece possessing a special design. Most of his ceramics go through a process using the double glaze technique, majolica. The result? Eccentric showpieces for your very own kitchen! Wanna know more about Gorky? Be sure to check out the blog posting “Gorky Gonzalez Ceramic Tableware."


Contact Melissa Guerra

Like always, don’t hesitate to email us at or contact our store by phone at 877-875-2665 for more information on our new Gorky Gonzalez and other Latin American products!


By Rhea Palicha


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