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ADORABLE WOOD FIGURES
This mahogany wood couple is adorable. Can be used as mentioned above, or displayed on their own. They are hand painted in rich, vivid colors. Another fine example of Balinese art from Diana Dewi..
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Oaxaca Barro Negro Ceramic Napkin Holder, "Fan Flower"$17.99
This vase-shaped napkin holder is handcrafted by artisan Anakarem. She works in the time-honored black pottery tradition of Oaxaca, with techniques learned from her father. The fired clay is burnished to a sheen with a piece of quartz or obsidian and fired in a wood-burning kiln, which transforms the clay and gives it a lustrous black color. This napkin holder has a fan-shaped half flower on each side made through a combination of embossing and decorative cutouts.
Oaxaca Barro Negro Ceramic Egg-Shaped Napkin Holder, "Pastoral Oaxaca"$19.99
This egg-shaped napkin holder is handcrafted by artisan Anakarem of Oaxaca, who works as a team with his father. , literally translated as "black mud," is a type of pottery from clay only found in Oaxaca, Mexico, and crafted using traditional methods. The black color comes from the clay itself, enhanced during the firing process. This napkin holder has a flower on each side made through a combination of embossing and decorative cutouts.
Eco Friendly Handblown Azure Recycled Glass Bottle w/ Cork, "Azure Currents"$37.99
Ever mindful of the environment, Salime Cruces crafts a beautiful bottle in handblown glass. The artisan recycles glass water, wine and soft drink bottles using a kiln fired by alternative energy sources. Azure blue currents flow through the crystalline surfaces, and a cork stopper makes the container as useful as it is beautiful.
Bird-Themed Reverse Painted Glass Napkin Holder from Peru, "Floral Nectar"$29.99
A beautiful bird explores a group of flowers, looking for sweet nectar. This napkin holder is designed by Peru's Felicita Espinoza, working in the colonial style of reverse painted glass. Gold-tone trim finishes the napkin holder.