East Meets West Lamps and Lighting(34 items)
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Addition to my Altar
This lovely little lotus is perfect for a small space. There is a glass candle holder and I have a miniature tea candle that is jasmine. It is elegant and peaceful.
Wonderful gift for elephant lover
This was a gift for someone who s favorite animal is the elephant. She loved it! I was pleasantly surprised to find theyre larger in person than they appear in the photos.
This is a beautiful addition to our home :)
This item arrived carefully wrapped and exactly as pictured. The artist uses quality materials and fine craftsmanship. Novice and its artisans never fail to please our family and friends.
Popular East Meets West Lamps and Lighting
Celadon ceramic candleholder, "Blue Bouquet"$269.99
Blue celadon ceramic takes the shape of a lotus bud, the tapered shape richly carved using the technique. Kanda crafts a graceful covered candleholder with filigree cutouts. Made of or wood ashes enriched with oxides, the glazes distinguish these traditional Thai ceramics. When the kiln is opened, the change of temperature causes the piece to contract, giving it the distinctive crackled appearance of true celadon.
Hand-carved Wood Tealight Candleholders (pair), "Light of Yin Yang"
The soft glow of tealights in Yin and Yang candleholders shed light on the interconnectedness between positive and negative energies. Carved of mango wood in contrasting shades, the candleholders are crafted by Thailand's Saifon. Two tealights are included.
Celadon Ceramic Elephant Incense Holders in Blue (Pair), "Baby Elephants in Blue"
Charoensri of Thailand creates this pair of ceramic incense holders in the form of an elephant carrying a lotus flower, both important symbols in Thai culture. The lotus flower is often a symbol of enlightenment, and the elephant has long been celebrated for its longevity, endurance, and strength. The incense holders are glazed in blue with a crackled finish and have a small hole at the top for placing an incense stick. They can also be used with cone incense.
The artisan describes how she began her journey in ceramics: “I visited a friend’s ceramics factory and I observed each step in the process. Seeing my interest, my friend persuaded me to try this work. Immediately, I began learning from skilled artisans. Finally, I was ready to design my own ceramics.”