Gardening Gifts(114 items)
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I totally fell in love with art piece. Just to look at it and one feels the hummingbird in motion. This piece is breathtaking. And the medium used is extraordinary.
Rosales Family Quarry stone and pewter decor accents
"We recycle quarry stone that we obtain from the large stone workshops. The creative process for each piece we make takes between two and three weeks, which makes them all special."
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Handmade Purple Butterfly Steel Wall Sculpture Mexico, "Soul of Femininity"
Regal, beautiful and mystical, the butterfly is thought to symbolize the soul. Mexican artisan Alejandro de Esesarte, a lifelong butterfly collector, crafts this indoor/outdoor wall art from steel that he paints by hand in bright colors. These winged pollinators are ready to make the migration north to brighten up your patio.
Brazilian Agate Mobile, "Earth Mysteries"$59.99
The mysteries of the earth are revealed in the melodious chimes of this mobile from Guena. It is inspired by Feng Shui principles that tell of positive energies coming through as the wind announces its passing. The mobile is crafted by hand with agates that have been dyed to resemble the earth's fiery core. They are suspended from a pinewood hoop that hangs from a nickel-plated ring.
Unique Agate Wind Chimes, "Moon and Stars"
Moons and stars chime energizing melodies when caressed by the wind. Inspired by Feng Shui principles, the wind chimes are crafted by hand. From Guena, they are carved from dyed agate and are suspended from a pinewood hoop that hangs from a nickel-plated ring.
Hindu Sandstone Sculpture of Ganesha from Indonesia, "Noble Ganesha"$34.99
Ganesha the hybrid elephant-man god from the Hindu religion sits with his posture evoking a sense of nobility while his face speaks of kindness and generosity. He holds one hand in a pose symbolizing holiness while the other hand holds a book. Indonesian artisan Wayan Kandiyasa sculpts this divine image from sandstone.