Siesta / Gifts Wall Plaques
We have a large selection of plaques and wall hangings available here. Our hand carved signs from Bali are very popular from heartwarming messages to skull 'keep out' signs. Also in this section is our assortment of intricately made ceramic plaques from Mexico in sun, animal and traditional Mayan designs.
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Large Celtic Pentacle
A pentacle is a pentagram surrounded by a circle used to evocate a spirit or energy. The outer circle of the pentagram is sometimes interpreted as binding the elements together or bringing them into harmony with each other.
Approx: 35cm ∅
Bright Curly Wall Gecko
Vividly painted plaque of a curly tailed gecko from Bali. Each gecko has been carefully hand carved and painted and features a metal hoop on the reverse for easy hanging on a wall.
Approx: 19cm × 20cm
Keep Out Plaque
Charmingly direct and to the point, keep people out with this fearsome skull and crossbones plaque. Featuring a head of whitened hair and a loop for ease of hanging.
Approx: 29cm × 30cm
Timor Style Plaque
These attractive pieces of wall art have been intricately carved and etched in a style reminiscent of traditional Timor tribal art. Each round plaque is complete with a hanging hook on the reverse.
Rainbow Tree of Life Plaque
These bright and beautiful tree of life carved wooden wall plaques are hand carved and painted in Indonesia. Each cheery piece of wall art features flowing branches that spiral at the ends and a bright rainbow mix of colours.
A superbly intricate wooden Mandala plaque. Featuring the seven chakra colours and a rustic finish to the exposed wood. This Mandala plaque is handmade in Bali, Indonesia and has a metal hook on the rear for convenient hanging.
Approx: 37cm Ø × 2cm
Celestial Yin Yang Plaque
An attractive Celestial Yin Yang plaque, see Yin and Yang represented by the primal cycle of day and night. Etched in Bali, Indonesia with bold colours and a rustic border to finish. This plaque has a metal loop on the rear for hanging.
Approx: 30cm Ø × 2cm
Tree Nymph Plaque
This wall plaque depicts a representation of a Tree Nymph or Tree Spirit. Hand painted in Bali, Indonesia onto wood with a rustic finish and a convenient hook applied to the rear for hanging.
Approx: 33cm × 40cm × 2cm
Owl of Life Plaque
This superb Owl of Life plaque is handmade in Bali, Indonesia and comes painted with the seven chakra colours. Our mystical owl friend sports a flower of life design on his breast and can be seen perching upon a branch.
Approx: 29cm × 40cm × 2cm
Hare and Moon Plaque
A Hare and Moon plaque, bold in both design and colour. The image of a solitary moon-gazing hare is steeped in both Pagan and many other cultures' mysticism. This plaque is made in Bali, Indonesia from solid wood and has a metal hook on the rear for hanging.
Approx: 28.5cm Ø
Machig Labdron Plaque
A bright and intricate depicton of Machig Labdron, the renowned Buddhist teacher and yogini. Lovingly hand carved and painted in Bali, Indonesia.
Approx ∅ 33cm
Flower of Life Wall Hooks
Made in our rustic weathered finish, these handy hooks are decorated with our colourful Flower of Life design. With hooks located on the back for easy hanging these are ideal for keeping your keys.
Approx: 39.5cm × 10cm
Tree of Life Wall Hooks
Made in our rustic weathered finish, these handy hooks are decorated with the popular Tree of Life design. With hooks located on the back for easy hanging these are ideal for keeping your keys.
Approx: 39.5cm × 10cm
Carved Painted Sun
This intricate and unique plaque has been carved by hand in Thailand. The serene face finished with warming colours will cheer up any wall and add a touch of summer to your home.
Small Serpent Head
These handmade 'barro' pottery serpent heads are based on those found in various temples across Mesoamerica. Commonly referred to as the Feathered Serpent, as Quetzalcoatl by the Aztecs and as Kulkulkan by the Maya, the heads are famously found adorning the Temple of the Feathered Serpent at Teotihuacan.
Approx: 8cm ∅
Large Aztec Moon Goddess Plaque
These detailed plaques depict Coyolxauhqui, a moon goddess. In this plaque she is shown lying on her side dismembered. She was killed in such a way because she attempted to launch an attack on her own mother with her 400 brothers the "Centzon Huitznahuas". This attacked was thwarted by her other brother " Huitzilopochtli" who defended his mother against Coyolxauhqui and her brothers, dismembering them in the process.
Approx: 30cm ∅