A contemporary take on traditional Chinese ginger jars, these blue and white pieces turn heads with their bold geometric design. Crafted of ceramic, topped with round lids and available in two sizes, they're charming as individual accents or part of a larger display.
Originally handcrafted by wood artisans during the middle of the Edo period from 1600 to 1868, kokeshi dolls were sold to visitors of the hot springs in the northeastern region of Japan. Today, they remain highly collectible for the history and techniques they represent. Our five-piece set of multicolored nesting ...
Locals living in India's coastal villages often bedeck their dwellings with seashell-laced pieces they believe help keep out evil spirits. Our artful hanging decor is handcrafted of navy blue wrapped thread punctuated by smooth seashells, evil eye beads and lightly tinkling silver bells.