Maria Fernanda Maio Veloso

Maria Fernanda Maio Veloso

Maria Fernanda Maio Veloso
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ceramic windchime

ceramic windchime

Africa | "Velvet" cloth from the   Shoowa People of the Kuba Kingdom of DR Congo | ca. early 20th century | Raffia, cut pile and embroidery

Africa | "Velvet" cloth from the Shoowa People of the Kuba Kingdom of DR Congo | ca. early 20th century | Raffia, cut pile and embroidery

Africa | A shawl, Bakhnuq, from Tunisia | Wool & cotton; the indigo field with two central rectangular panels of white zig-zag and pendant motifs, with geometric borders, tassel fringes to either end

Africa | A shawl, Bakhnuq, from Tunisia | Wool & cotton; the indigo field with two central rectangular panels of white zig-zag and pendant motifs, with geometric borders, tassel fringes to either end

Africa | Adire cloth from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | ca. 1950s | Cotton; indigo resist

Africa | Adire cloth from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | ca. 1950s | Cotton; indigo resist

Love faceting

Love faceting

#pottery #ceramics I didn't find these on the website but there's some other great items visible - the site is in Japanese language | bowls

#pottery #ceramics I didn't find these on the website but there's some other great items visible - the site is in Japanese language | bowls

額賀章夫 Akio Nukaga

額賀章夫 Akio Nukaga

These beautiful ceramics are hand thrown and hand dipped by Seattle artist Sarah Steininger Leroux. We love the matte glaze and neutral tones. We only have a few of these in stock but we're excited to

These beautiful ceramics are hand thrown and hand dipped by Seattle artist Sarah Steininger Leroux. We love the matte glaze and neutral tones. We only have a few of these in stock but we're excited to

Tea pitcher at analogue life. Wabi Sabi may be seen in pottery where the pieces appear rustic and simple-looking, such as Japanese Hagi pottery with shapes that are not quite symmetrical, and colors or textures that appear to emphasize an unrefined or simple style. Wiki

Tea pitcher at analogue life. Wabi Sabi may be seen in pottery where the pieces appear rustic and simple-looking, such as Japanese Hagi pottery with shapes that are not quite symmetrical, and colors or textures that appear to emphasize an unrefined or simple style. Wiki