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Traditional Irish Aran Pillow
Traditional Irish Aran Pillow
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Category: Home & Garden/Home Décor/Pillows & Throws

Few things are more evocative of Ireland than the intricate knitting of the Aran Islands. Traditionally, the sweaters of the Aran fisherman were made by their mothers, sisters, and daughters—each sweater providing vital warmth and a tie to home and family. Bring the cozy feel of Aran knitting home with this soft, 100% merino wool pillow. The patchwork pattern incorporates three distinct Aran stiches: the diamond stitch represents prosperity, the honeycomb stitch represents the hard work of the honeybee and the rewards of an industrious life, and the cable stitch stands in for the fishing rope that was so essential to livelihood on the Aran Islands.


Available colors: Gray, Natural, Red
$89.00
Traditional Irish Aran Throw
Traditional Irish Aran Throw
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Category: Home Décor/Home Accents

Aran knitting is well known for its wealth of intricate stitches and symbolism. In this cozy, cream-colored wool throw, the diamond stitch represents prosperity, the honeycomb stitch represents the hard work of the honeybee and the rewards of an industrious life, and the cable stitch stands in for the fishing rope that was so essential to livelihood on the Aran Islands. Knit from 100% merino wool.


$129.00
Pendleton National Park Blankets
Pendleton National Park Blankets
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Category: Home & Garden/Home Décor/Pillows & Throws

Pendleton Woolen Mills has created distinctive blankets honoring America’s National Parks since the early 1900s. Each blanket has unique historic designs and colors that date back to frontier trading posts. The original blankets had 3, 4, or 5 black stripes incorporated in the design, which indicated the value. Fur trappers would bring their catch to the trading posts, and traders would hold up fingers to indicate the weight of the blanket in pounds that they were willing to trade for the trapper’s goods.


Available styles: Grand Canyon, Glacier Park, Yellowstone
$199.00
Shona Giraffe Sculpture
Shona Giraffe Sculpture
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Category: Home & Garden/Home Décor/Sculptures & Vases

Shona is a 20th-century name given to a number of related ethnic groups in Zimbabwe. They speak similar dialects of a standardized Shona language, and many trace their ancestry back to the 12th-century capital city of Great Zimbabwe, whose ruins are now a UNESCO World Heritage site. Today’s Shona stone carvers draw inspiration from those ancient builders and speak of releasing the spirit trapped in stone as they carve and polish with hand tools. Each handmade sculpture is unique, as is the raw, hand-quarried soapstone it emerged from; please accept variations.


$99.00
Set of 5 Cloisonné Pens
Set of 5 Cloisonné Pens
(Based on 7 reviews)
Category: Home & Garden/Home Décor/Home Accents

In an age of smart phones with digital cameras and instant connection to social media from almost any corner of the world, it’s almost old-fashioned to write a postcard or keep a travel journal. Let these handsome cloisonné pens inspire you to slow down and reflect on your adventures. In this craft tradition that dates back to the Byzantine era, each pen is handcrafted using a wire outline that is filled with powdered enamel and heated to a porcelain-like finish. Twist-open, black, refillable ballpoint.


$29.00
Scrimshaw Whale Box
Scrimshaw Whale Box
(Based on 8 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
Irish Pewter Compass
Irish Pewter Compass
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Category: Home & Garden/Historic Collectibles
The history of pewter-casting in Ireland dates back more than 800 years, where it was first found in the castles and manors of wealthy patrons. This functional pewter-finished compass is decorated with a hand-etched Celtic design inspired by the elaborate illustrations found in the eighth-century Book of Kells. Made in County Westmeath in central Ireland, near the shores of Lough Derravaragh. Includes a woven strap and belt clip.
$39.00
$29.99
Scottish Sgian Dubh
Scottish Sgian Dubh
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Category: Home & Garden/Historic Collectibles

The sgian dubh (pronounced skeen doo) is a small ornamental knife traditionally tucked into the stocking of a Scottish Highlander when he’s dressed in full regalia. Ours is made in Scotland with a stainless steel blade and a handle crafted from naturally shed stag horn with a walnut backing. Leather sheath. Blade is shipped blunt for safety.


$99.00
Set of Two Chinese Lantern Ornaments
Set of Two Chinese Lantern Ornaments
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Category: Home Décor/Home Accents

China’s Lantern Festival officially marks the end of lunar new year celebrations. People wear white to honor the moon and carry lanterns to light the path to a prosperous new year. Bring the joys of these celebrations into your own holiday traditions with our hand-painted glass ornaments.


$25.00
$4.99
Bleu D'Chine Hand-printed Napkins - Set of 4
Bleu D'Chine Hand-printed Napkins - Set of 4
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Category: Home & Garden/Kitchen & Dining/Linens

Hand-block-printing is a tradition that dates back more than five centuries in the northern Indian village of Sanganer, Jaipur. Techniques are handed down from generation to generation, and the process remains decidedly low-tech. Hand-carved teakwood blocks are dipped in natural indigo and gray dyes, then stamped onto lengths of crisp cotton with studied movements. The result is a bold pattern whose irregularities are testament to the hours of handmade artisan involved.


$30.00
Bleu D'Chine Hand-printed Tablecloth
Bleu D'Chine Hand-printed Tablecloth
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Category: Home & Garden/Kitchen & Dining/Linens

Hand-block-printing is a tradition that dates back more than five centuries in the northern Indian village of Sanganer, Jaipur. Techniques are handed down from generation to generation, and the process remains decidedly low-tech. Hand-carved teakwood blocks are dipped in natural indigo and gray dyes, then stamped onto lengths of crisp cotton with studied movements. The result is a bold pattern whose irregularities are testament to the hours of handmade artisan involved.


$68.00
Bleu D'Chine Hand-printed Tea Towels - Set of 2
Bleu D'Chine Hand-printed Tea Towels - Set of 2
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Category: Home & Garden/Kitchen & Dining/Linens

Hand-block-printing is a tradition that dates back more than five centuries in the northern Indian village of Sanganer, Jaipur. Techniques are handed down from generation to generation, and the process remains decidedly low-tech. Hand-carved teakwood blocks are dipped in natural indigo and gray dyes, then stamped onto lengths of crisp cotton with studied movements. The result is a bold pattern whose irregularities are testament to the hours of handmade artisan involved.


$28.00
Safari Hand-printed Napkins - Set of 4
Safari Hand-printed Napkins - Set of 4
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Category: Home & Garden/Kitchen & Dining/Linens

Hand-block-printing is a tradition that dates back more than five centuries in the northern Indian village of Sanganer, Jaipur. Techniques are handed down from generation to generation, and the process remains decidedly low-tech. Hand-carved teakwood blocks are dipped in natural indigo and gray dyes, then stamped onto lengths of crisp cotton with studied movements. The result is a bold pattern whose irregularities are testament to the hours of handmade artisan involved.


$30.00
Bleu D'Chine Hand-printed Table Runner
Bleu D'Chine Hand-printed Table Runner
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Category: Home & Garden/Kitchen & Dining/Linens

Hand-block-printing is a tradition that dates back more than five centuries in the northern Indian village of Sanganer, Jaipur. Techniques are handed down from generation to generation, and the process remains decidedly low-tech. Hand-carved teakwood blocks are dipped in natural indigo and gray dyes, then stamped onto lengths of crisp cotton with studied movements. The result is a bold pattern whose irregularities are testament to the hours of handmade artisan involved.


$45.00
Marrakesh Leather Pouf
Marrakesh Leather Pouf
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Category: Home & Garden/Home Décor/Pillows & Throws

Leather tanning has been a Moroccan industry for more than one thousand years. One tannery that is still in operation in Fes dates back to the 9th century. In the marketplaces of any Moroccan city, you’ll find shops displaying thousands of babouches (traditional soft slippers), wallets, bags, jackets, and much more.


$375.00
Talavera-style Mugs - Set of 2
Talavera-style Mugs - Set of 2
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Category: Home & Garden/Kitchen & Dining/Drinkware

Talavera pottery originated in the Arab-Andalusia culture of Talavera de la Reina, Spain, where it was known as majolica. When Spanish monks came to Mexico in the 16th century, they wanted to decorate their monasteries and churches with tiles like they had back home. But although pre-Hispanic Mexican cultures had a long history of working in ceramic, they didn’t use a potter’s wheel or glaze. The monks brought specialized artisans to the Mexican state of Puebla to train them in the majolica style. Mexican artisans fused their knowledge of ceramic techniques and local materials with their own interpretation of majolica, creating the distinctive patterns and colors that have come to be known as talavera pottery.


$39.00
Reverse-painted Glass Jewelry Box
Reverse-painted Glass Jewelry Box
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Category: Home Décor/Home Accents

Popular during the Spanish colonial era in Peru, the art of reverse-glass painting dwindled until local artisans rediscovered it in the 1960s. Designs are painted on the back of glass—first the details and outlines, then highlights, then the background. Glass panels decorated with swirling floral motifs adorn this petite gold-painted wooden jewelry box.


$79.00
$20.99
Florentine Chess Set
Florentine Chess Set
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Category: Home & Garden/Home Décor/Home Accents

One of the earliest mentions of chess in Italy is the story of an 11th-century Florentine clergyman who was reprimanded for staying up late playing the game in a “house of entertainment.” Today, chess sets are among the many crafts for which Florentine artisans are known. This set features hand-carved wooden pieces and a faux-leather board. Reverses to a backgammon board with resin pieces.


$199.00
$55.99
Choir Pyramid
Choir Pyramid
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Category: Home Décor/Home Accents

In Germany's Erzgebirgskreis district, home of the Ore Mountains and just north of the Czech border, the town of Seiffen is known for its wooden toys and Christmas traditions. When silver and tin mines started dying down in the 17th century, crafts like lacemaking and carved wooden toys and figurines began to take its place. Today Seiffen is known for its nutcrackers, "smoking men" carvings, and choir pyramids.


$85.00
Vintage-style American Mah-jongg Set
Vintage-style American Mah-jongg Set
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Category: Home & Garden/Home Décor/Home Accents

This Chinese game of skill and strategy became a national craze when an American importer developed a set of simplified rules in the early 1920s. Our set features richly detailed and historically accurate reproductions of antique mah-jongg tiles. Includes 166 resin tiles carved with the traditional bamboo, dragon, and flower motifs (152 to play the game, plus 14 extra), wooden dice, and instructions for American-style play, all in a brass-handled wooden carrying case.


$49.95
Celtic Pewter Tankard
Celtic Pewter Tankard
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Category: Home Décor/Home Accents

Raise a toast to health and happiness with this handcrafted pewter tankard. Sized to hold the perfect pint, the design features a double band of Celtic knots. The Birmingham, England, company that makes these tankards has been in business for more than 230 years, and has the world's largest collection of antique molds. The body is formed from a single sheet of pewter. The handle is then gravity-cast from lead-free pewter using a bronze mold. Finally two bands depicting a never-ending Celtic knot are hand-soldered on.


$79.00
$46.99
Tuareg Woven Basket
Tuareg Woven Basket
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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
Cloisonné Peacock Pillbox
Cloisonné Peacock Pillbox
(Based on 14 reviews)
Category: Home Décor/Home Accents

In China, peacocks symbolize beauty and dignity. Until the early 20th century, peacock feathers were given as awards for service or generosity—the more “eyes” on the feather, the more significant the award. This petite peacock pillbox is made using centuries-old cloisonné techniques, with hand-applied Swarovski crystals.


$55.00
$7.99
Cloisonné Teapot Ornaments - Set of 4
Cloisonné Teapot Ornaments - Set of 4
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Category: Home & Garden/Home Décor/Home Accents

Cloisonné was developed thousands of years ago during the Byzantine era and traveled via the Silk Road to China, where it has flourished as an art form ever since. To create a design in cloisonné, an artist's original sketch must be traced using thin strips of wire. Into this wire "scaffolding" is inserted powdered enamel that, when baked, fills the outlines and creates a porcelain-like appearance.


$32.00
South African Raku Elephant
South African Raku Elephant
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Category: Home & Garden/Home Décor/Sculptures & Vases
Artisans in South Africa use raku pottery techniques to create this colorful elephant. The bright color-block pattern is inspired by the beadwork and painted homes that are artistic hallmarks of the northeastern Ndzundza Ndebele people. Elephants symbolize steadfastness and wisdom—a pair of curved tusks even frames South Africa's coat of arms. Popular lore says that elephants never forget, and they often recognize humans and other elephants even after decades, making this handcrafted sculpture a touching gift for a loved one who is far away. Colors may vary in each handcrafted sculpture.
$55.00
Peruvian Reverse-painted Butterfly Box
Peruvian Reverse-painted Butterfly Box
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Category: Home & Garden/Home Décor/Home Accents

The art of reverse painting on glass was brought to Peru by settling Spaniards in the 15th century. Local artisans emulated the style found on mirrors and other Spanish household objects and, in time, added so much of their own inspiration that the technique became recognized as a Peruvian craft tradition. There are a dwindling number of Peruvian artists who still practice this unique and romantic art. Here the artisan captures the ethereal beauty of butterflies on the hinged lid of a handcrafted wooden jewelry box.


$69.00
Talavera-style Frog Planter
Talavera-style Frog Planter
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Category: Home & Garden/Home Décor/Home Accents

Talavera-style pottery techniques have been passed down through generations of Mexican craftspeople since the style was first introduced by Spaniards in the 17th century. The bright colors of this placid frog planter are part of the traditional color palette. Handcrafted in the talavera style in Dolores Hidalgo, Mexico.


$75.00
Indonesian Stone Garden Lantern
Indonesian Stone Garden Lantern
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Category: Home Décor/Birdfeeders and Garden

Small temple lanterns like this one are found all over Indonesia, where stone carving has a long and rich history. Temples and palaces alike are covered with intricate carvings depicting nature, deities, and local culture. Place a candle (not included) inside this stone lantern. Hand-cast in Indonesia from local volcanic ash. Variations should be expected.


$99.00
$59.99
Irish Aran Throw
Irish Aran Throw
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Category: Home & Garden/Home Décor/Pillows & Throws

Aran knitting is well known for its wealth of intricate stitches and symbolism. In this cozy, cream-colored wool throw, the diamond stitch represents prosperity, the honeycomb stitch represents the hard work of the honeybee and the rewards of an industrious life, and the cable stitch stands in for the fishing rope that was so essential to livelihood on the Aran Islands. Knit from 100% merino wool.


Available colors: Gray, Natural, Red
$129.00
Punu Mask from Gabon
Punu Mask from Gabon
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Category: Home & Garden/Home Décor/Home Accents

For the Kota people of Eastern Gabon, the delicate and ghostly Ogooue masks represent incarnations of returned ancestor spirits who come to aid the living and guide the deceased to the hereafter. Traditionally, the Kota and Mukudji peoples would wear these masks during important village festivals. Gabonese artisan Salihu Ibrahim hand-carves each of these stunning replica masks out of local Sese wood. Each finished piece is treated with clay to create a delicate antique patina.


$175.00