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Set of Two Celadon Elephants
Set of Two Celadon Elephants
(Based on 8 reviews)
Category: Home & Garden/Home Décor/Home Accents
Although ceramics have flourished in Thailand since the 9th century, celadon stoneware has been an especially revered Thai art form since the 13th century. When the Chinese brought celadon techniques to the kingdom then called Siam, the ancient capital of Sukhothai became a center for world-renowned celadon artisans. This expressive elephant and her child speak to Thailand's cultural reverence for the powerful animals. They are believed to have great wisdom, and popular superstition says that it's good luck to walk underneath an elephant's belly.
$65.00
$44.99
Mexican Circle of Friends
Mexican Circle of Friends
(Based on 5 reviews)
Category: Home & Garden/Home Décor/Home Accents

The circle of friendship is never broken in this handcrafted terra-cotta candleholder. Legend says the forms are based on a pre-Columbian ritual. Makes a symbolic gift for siblings, bridesmaids, college roommates, and anyone whose friendship has touched your life. Handmade and fired in a wood-burning kiln in Guadalajara, Mexico. Holds a small tea light (not included).


$29.00
$9.99
National Geographic ''My Town'' Map Clock
National Geographic ''My Town'' Map Clock
(Based on 61 reviews)
Category: Home & Garden/Home Décor/Home Accents

Using seamless USGS topographic data, we're able to create home decor featuring maps of your most meaningful places. Provide any U.S. address and artisans in New England will create a clock on cork-backed, rustic tumbled marble-that reproduces a map of your location.


$65.00
Scrimshaw Whale Box
Scrimshaw Whale Box
(Based on 10 reviews)
Category: Home & Garden/Home Décor/Home Accents

By 1800, New England was the center of the world's whaling industry. Sailors spent long months at sea, and one of the ways they passed the time was creating scrimshaw—etched bones or tusks that were blackened with soot or tobacco to highlight the design. This contemporary scrimshaw box is made of water buffalo bone and reproduces a design that a sailor may have made for his sweetheart at home.


$35.00
Tuareg Woven Basket
Tuareg Woven Basket
(Based on 1 review)
Category: Home Décor/Home Accents

Using the leave of the doum palm, women of Niger’s Tuareg tribe weave this shallow basket using a method called poinĉon, after the French word for an awl or punch tool. This natural, ecological material is richly abundant in the Tuareg’s landscape and the products have always been used in their nomadic life.


$89.00
$59.99