Black Decor Accessories(287 items)
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Featured Reviews on Black Decor Accessories
Weve had this box for a little while now and its used daily to put rings in when Im in the kitchen or crafting. It has held up to a lot of use and still looks as beautiful as the day I opened the package
Very nice pencil holder!
The pencil holder has a nice weight to it and a lovely design. The finish of the ceramic seems a bit organic compared to the vase I ordered. It is not a polished look. It has a artisan look to it which I like. Perfect size and holds quite a few pens, pencils, highlighters. Very nice and unique happy with my purchase. Would make a great gift.
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Popular Black Decor Accessories
Hand Carved Suar Wood Horse Door Stopper in Black from Bali, "Handy Horse in Black"$27.99
The bust of a noble horse adorns this handy door stopper from Bali, carved of local suar wood with a dark black finish. Nengah Sudarsana works with local artisans to design this door stopper, which makes a charming addition to any household.
Truntum Motif Batik Wood Decorative Bowl from Bali, "Truntum Parade"
Signifying the strong bonds of love, motifs are found within this decorative bowl from Indonesia. Gunadi designs this decorative bowl, which is carved from wadang wood and carefully decorated using the batik technique, where a wax resist informs the designs before the application of dyes.
Handcrafted Lacquered Wood Round Decorative Box, "Exotic Purple Flora"$19.99
Nantana Sompamitre orchestrates a floral revelry detailed in purple for the design of this decorative box. Hand-carved of mango wood, the etched images are underscored by glossy black lacquer in the tradition of Thai décor.
Floral Motif Batik Wood Decorative Bowl from Bali, "Lok Chan Flowers"$29.99
Dating back to the Ming Dynasty, the floral motifs found within this decorative bowl are inspired by the legendary phoenix Lok Chan, representing the relationship between China and Java. Indonesia's Gunadi designs this decorative bowl, which is carved from wadang wood and carefully decorated using the batik technique, where a wax resist informs the designs before the application of dyes.