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          Chavez for Charity "Colors for Causes" Stackable Bracelets

          In Chavez for Charity's signature "Colors for Causes" collection, each color represents a specific cause & with every sale they donate 25% of their profit to the corresponding charity.  These bracelets are beautifully made and can be mixed in countless combinations to reflect your own personal style. Sold only in store. Please call to purchase. 

          Clementine Hunter Cane River Wedding Rectangular Platter

          Clementine Hunter depicts a wedding on Cane River. Weddings were not only a religious occasion but also a big social event as the waitress serves drinks before the marriage ceremony is complete to get the party going. Clementine Hunter lived and worked on Melrose Plantation, one of the largest cotton farms in Louisiana. Each ceramic is hand-painterd and no two are exactly alike. Each piece has its own distinctive shape whose textured surface allows you to feel the passion in her work. With each piece purchased, a percentage of the proceeds goes back to Clementine Hunter's estate to further promote Clementine Hunter. Dimensions: 16" x 11" x 1".  Each piece lists title, artist's name and signature, gallery, and year on back.   Clementine Hunter lived and worked on Melrose Plantation, one of the largest cotton farms in Louisiana. Each ceramic is hand-painted and no two are exactly alike. Each piece has its own distinctive shape whose textured surface allows you to feel the passion in her work. Gitter Gallery has assembled the best artisans to recreate the memories of the things Clementine Hunter loved and observed during her life on the Melrose Plantation. Her famous paintings of cotton pickings, wash days, pecan pickings, weddings, baptisms, funerals and other scenes of life on Melrose have made her works an important part of American history. Hang them on your wall, display them on your bookshelf, use them as a centerpiece for your table or make them your favorite serving pieces for any occasion. With each piece purchased, a percentage of the proceeds goes back to Clementine Hunter's estate to further promote Clementine Hunter the artist. Artist's Bio: Louisiana’s most famous artist, Clementine Hunter, was born in 1886 at Hidden Hill Plantation below Cloutierville, Louisiana. At a young age, Clementine moved to Melrose Plantation where...

          Clementine Hunter Zinnias Looking at You Platter

          Clementine Hunter's favorite flowers were zinnias. She would paint them each summer when they were blooming. In 2013, there was an opera called "Zinnias, The Life of Clementine Hunter" which had rave reviews in the New York Times. Each ceramic is hand-painterd and no two are exactly alike. Each piece has its own distinctive shape whose textured surface allows you to feel the passion in her work. With each piece purchased, a percentage of the proceeds goes back to Clementine Hunter's estate to further promote Clementine Hunter. Dimensions: 15" x 15" x 2".  Each piece lists title, artist's name and signature, gallery, and year on back.  Clementine Hunter lived and worked on Melrose Plantation, one of the largest cotton farms in Louisiana. Each ceramic is hand-painted and no two are exactly alike. Each piece has its own distinctive shape whose textured surface allows you to feel the passion in her work. Gitter Gallery has assembled the best artisans to recreate the memories of the things Clementine Hunter loved and observed during her life on the Melrose Plantation. Her famous paintings of cotton pickings, wash days, pecan pickings, weddings, baptisms, funerals and other scenes of life on Melrose have made her works an important part of American history. Hang them on your wall, display them on your bookshelf, use them as a centerpiece for your table or make them your favorite serving pieces for any occasion. With each piece purchased, a percentage of the proceeds goes back to Clementine Hunter's estate to further promote Clementine Hunter the artist. Artist's Bio: Louisiana’s most famous artist, Clementine Hunter, was born in 1886 at Hidden Hill Plantation below Cloutierville, Louisiana. At a young age, Clementine moved to Melrose Plantation where she lived and worked until her death in 1988 at age 101. Clementine first worked in...

          Clementine Hunter Gooster Hauling Flowers, Gitter Gallery

          In this whimsical artist rendering, Clementine Hunter depicts a Gooster, a combination of a rooster and a goose, pulling a cart of Zinnias, her favorite flower. There is currently an opera entitled Zinnias, The Life of Clementine Hunter which is performing around the world. Each ceramic is hand-painterd and no two are exactly alike. Each piece has its own distinctive shape whose textured surface allows you to feel the passion in her work. With each piece purchased, a percentage of the proceeds goes back to Clementine Hunter's estate to further promote Clementine Hunter.  Dimensions: 20"x12"x3".  Each piece lists title, artist's name and signature, gallery, and year on back.  Clementine Hunter lived and worked on Melrose Plantation, one of the largest cotton farms in Louisiana. Each ceramic is hand-painted and no two are exactly alike. Each piece has its own distinctive shape whose textured surface allows you to feel the passion in her work. Gitter Gallery has assembled the best artisans to recreate the memories of the things Clementine Hunter loved and observed during her life on the Melrose Plantation. Her famous paintings of cotton pickings, wash days, pecan pickings, weddings, baptisms, funerals and other scenes of life on Melrose have made her works an important part of American history. Hang them on your wall, display them on your bookshelf, use them as a centerpiece for your table or make them your favorite serving pieces for any occasion. With each piece purchased, a percentage of the proceeds goes back to Clementine Hunter's estate to further promote Clementine Hunter the artist. Artist's Bio: Louisiana’s most famous artist, Clementine Hunter, was born in 1886 at Hidden Hill Plantation below Cloutierville, Louisiana. At a young age, Clementine moved to Melrose Plantation where she lived and worked until her death in 1988 at age 101. Clementine...

          Clementine Hunter A Day at Melrose Plantation Round Platter

          In this artist rendering, Clementine Hunter captures the structures at historic Melrose Plantation on the Cane River. She depicts Cotton Picking and Wash Day. Each ceramic is hand-painted and no two are exactly alike. Each piece has its own distinctive shape whose textured surface allows you to feel the passion in her work. With each piece purchased, a percentage of the proceeds goes back to Clementine Hunter's estate to further promote Clementine Hunter. Dimensions: 15"x15"x2".  Each piece lists title, artist's name and signature, gallery, and year on back.  Clementine Hunter lived and worked on Melrose Plantation, one of the largest cotton farms in Louisiana. Each ceramic is hand-painted and no two are exactly alike. Each piece has its own distinctive shape whose textured surface allows you to feel the passion in her work. Gitter Gallery has assembled the best artisans to recreate the memories of the things Clementine Hunter loved and observed during her life on the Melrose Plantation. Her famous paintings of cotton pickings, wash days, pecan pickings, weddings, baptisms, funerals and other scenes of life on Melrose have made her works an important part of American history. Hang them on your wall, display them on your bookshelf, use them as a centerpiece for your table or make them your favorite serving pieces for any occasion. With each piece purchased, a percentage of the proceeds goes back to Clementine Hunter's estate to further promote Clementine Hunter the artist. Artist's Bio: Louisiana’s most famous artist, Clementine Hunter, was born in 1886 at Hidden Hill Plantation below Cloutierville, Louisiana. At a young age, Clementine moved to Melrose Plantation where she lived and worked until her death in 1988 at age 101. Clementine first worked in the cotton fields and pecan groves until Miss Cammie Henry, the owner of Melrose, brought her into...

          Clementine Hunter Gone Fishing Square Platter

          Fishing on the Cane River in Natchitoches is a popular recreational activity and provides a good supper. Each ceramic is hand-painterd and no two are exactly alike. Each piece has its own distinctive shape whose textured surface allows you to feel the passion in her work. With each piece purchased, a percentage of the proceeds goes back to Clementine Hunter's estate to further promote Clementine Hunter. Dimensions: 12"x12"x4".  Each piece lists title, artist's name and signature, gallery, and year on back.  Clementine Hunter lived and worked on Melrose Plantation, one of the largest cotton farms in Louisiana. Each ceramic is hand-painted and no two are exactly alike. Each piece has its own distinctive shape whose textured surface allows you to feel the passion in her work. Gitter Gallery has assembled the best artisans to recreate the memories of the things Clementine Hunter loved and observed during her life on the Melrose Plantation. Her famous paintings of cotton pickings, wash days, pecan pickings, weddings, baptisms, funerals and other scenes of life on Melrose have made her works an important part of American history. Hang them on your wall, display them on your bookshelf, use them as a centerpiece for your table or make them your favorite serving pieces for any occasion. With each piece purchased, a percentage of the proceeds goes back to Clementine Hunter's estate to further promote Clementine Hunter the artist. Artist's Bio: Louisiana’s most famous artist, Clementine Hunter, was born in 1886 at Hidden Hill Plantation below Cloutierville, Louisiana. At a young age, Clementine moved to Melrose Plantation where she lived and worked until her death in 1988 at age 101. Clementine first worked in the cotton fields and pecan groves until Miss Cammie Henry, the owner of Melrose, brought her into the "Big House" to clean and cook. It...

          Clementine Hunter Picking and Hauling Cotton Platter

          Clementine Hunter shows picking cotton and hauling the cotton to the gin on a horse drawn cart. Each ceramic is hand-painterd and no two are exactly alike. Each piece has its own distinctive shape whose textured surface allows you to feel the passion in her work. With each piece purchased, a percentage of the proceeds goes back to Clementine Hunter's estate to further promote Clementine Hunter. Dimensions: 18"x12"x2".  Each piece lists title, artist's name and signature, gallery, and year on back.  Clementine Hunter lived and worked on Melrose Plantation, one of the largest cotton farms in Louisiana. Each ceramic is hand-painted and no two are exactly alike. Each piece has its own distinctive shape whose textured surface allows you to feel the passion in her work. Gitter Gallery has assembled the best artisans to recreate the memories of the things Clementine Hunter loved and observed during her life on the Melrose Plantation. Her famous paintings of cotton pickings, wash days, pecan pickings, weddings, baptisms, funerals and other scenes of life on Melrose have made her works an important part of American history. Hang them on your wall, display them on your bookshelf, use them as a centerpiece for your table or make them your favorite serving pieces for any occasion. With each piece purchased, a percentage of the proceeds goes back to Clementine Hunter's estate to further promote Clementine Hunter the artist. Artist's Bio: Louisiana’s most famous artist, Clementine Hunter, was born in 1886 at Hidden Hill Plantation below Cloutierville, Louisiana. At a young age, Clementine moved to Melrose Plantation where she lived and worked until her death in 1988 at age 101. Clementine first worked in the cotton fields and pecan groves until Miss Cammie Henry, the owner of Melrose, brought her into the "Big House" to clean and cook....

          Clementine Hunter Picking Figs Large Rectangular Platter

          Picking Figs to make preserves was always a popular summertime activity at Melrose Plantation. Each ceramic is hand-painterd and no two are exactly alike. Each piece has its own distinctive shape whose textured surface allows you to feel the passion in her work. With each piece purchased, a percentage of the proceeds goes back to Clementine Hunter's estate to further promote Clementine Hunter.  Dimensions: 16"x 20"x 2".  Each piece lists title, artist's name and signature, gallery, and year on back.  Clementine Hunter lived and worked on Melrose Plantation, one of the largest cotton farms in Louisiana. Each ceramic is hand-painted and no two are exactly alike. Each piece has its own distinctive shape whose textured surface allows you to feel the passion in her work. Gitter Gallery has assembled the best artisans to recreate the memories of the things Clementine Hunter loved and observed during her life on the Melrose Plantation. Her famous paintings of cotton pickings, wash days, pecan pickings, weddings, baptisms, funerals and other scenes of life on Melrose have made her works an important part of American history. Hang them on your wall, display them on your bookshelf, use them as a centerpiece for your table or make them your favorite serving pieces for any occasion. With each piece purchased, a percentage of the proceeds goes back to Clementine Hunter's estate to further promote Clementine Hunter the artist. Artist's Bio: Louisiana’s most famous artist, Clementine Hunter, was born in 1886 at Hidden Hill Plantation below Cloutierville, Louisiana. At a young age, Clementine moved to Melrose Plantation where she lived and worked until her death in 1988 at age 101. Clementine first worked in the cotton fields and pecan groves until Miss Cammie Henry, the owner of Melrose, brought her into the "Big House" to clean and cook. It...

          Clementine Hunter Cotton Wagon Oval Platter

          Clementine Hunter depicts the horse drawn wagon hauling cotton from the fields to the gin as it was done for hundreds of years before tractors were used. Clementine Hunter lived and worked on Melrose Plantation, one of the largest cotton farms in Louisiana. Each ceramic is hand-painterd and no two are exactly alike. Each piece has its own distinctive shape whose textured surface allows you to feel the passion in her work. With each piece purchased, a percentage of the proceeds goes back to Clementine Hunter's estate to further promote Clementine Hunter.  Dimensions: 19" x 13.5" x 2.5.  Each piece lists title, artist's name and signature, gallery, and year on back.   Clementine Hunter lived and worked on Melrose Plantation, one of the largest cotton farms in Louisiana. Each ceramic is hand-painted and no two are exactly alike. Each piece has its own distinctive shape whose textured surface allows you to feel the passion in her work. Gitter Gallery has assembled the best artisans to recreate the memories of the things Clementine Hunter loved and observed during her life on the Melrose Plantation. Her famous paintings of cotton pickings, wash days, pecan pickings, weddings, baptisms, funerals and other scenes of life on Melrose have made her works an important part of American history. Hang them on your wall, display them on your bookshelf, use them as a centerpiece for your table or make them your favorite serving pieces for any occasion. With each piece purchased, a percentage of the proceeds goes back to Clementine Hunter's estate to further promote Clementine Hunter the artist. Artist's Bio: Louisiana’s most famous artist, Clementine Hunter, was born in 1886 at Hidden Hill Plantation below Cloutierville, Louisiana. At a young age, Clementine moved to Melrose Plantation where she lived and worked until her death in 1988 at...

          Clementine Hunter Baptism on Cane River Square Platter

          Clementine Hunter captures the ritual of baptizing new church members in the Cane River. Here Clementine Hunter depicts the local Catholic Church in the background with the Baptist tradition of immersion. This was always a joyous time for young and old. Baptizing in the Cane River is a community tradition in Natchitoches, Louisiana. This event is typical of the paintings Clementine did documenting life on a rural plantation in central Louisiana in the first half of the twentieth century. Each ceramic is hand-painted and no two are exactly alike. Each piece has its own distinctive shape whose textured surface allows you to feel the passion in her work. With each piece purchased, a percentage of the proceeds goes back to Clementine Hunter's estate to further promote Clementine Hunter.  Dimensions: 16" x 16" x 2.5".  Each piece lists title, artist's name and signature, gallery, and year on back.   Clementine Hunter lived and worked on Melrose Plantation, one of the largest cotton farms in Louisiana. Each ceramic is hand-painted and no two are exactly alike. Each piece has its own distinctive shape whose textured surface allows you to feel the passion in her work. Gitter Gallery has assembled the best artisans to recreate the memories of the things Clementine Hunter loved and observed during her life on the Melrose Plantation. Her famous paintings of cotton pickings, wash days, pecan pickings, weddings, baptisms, funerals and other scenes of life on Melrose have made her works an important part of American history. Hang them on your wall, display them on your bookshelf, use them as a centerpiece for your table or make them your favorite serving pieces for any occasion. With each piece purchased, a percentage of the proceeds goes back to Clementine Hunter's estate to further promote Clementine Hunter the artist. Artist's Bio: Louisiana’s...

          Magnolia See the Light, Feed the Hungry Candle by Fleur de Light

          All Fleur de Light candles provide an unparalleled aromatic experience, but the See the Light, Feed the Hungry candle collection offers something more, an opportunity to give back. Elegant glass tumblers are encased in earth friendly recycled packaging. One candle = three meals for the hungry.  Proceeds donated to local food bank. Available in 14 oz. or 7 oz. Tumblers. Tart quince combined with warm earthy moss and a hint of garden greens create a scent that is uniquely New Orleans. 14 oz. Burn time approx. 95 hours

          New Orleans See the Light, Feed the Hungry Candle by Fleur de Light

          All Fleur de Light candles provide an unparalleled aromatic experience, but the See the Light, Feed the Hungry candle collection offers something more, an opportunity to give back. Elegant glass tumblers are encased in earth friendly recycled packaging. One candle = three meals for the hungry.  Proceeds donated to local food bank. Available in 14 oz. or 7 oz. Tumblers. Tart quince combined with warm earthy moss and a hint of garden greens create a scent that is uniquely New Orleans. 14 oz. Burntime approx. 95 hours