Shabby Chic Decor Accessories(33 items)
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Another cherished bird.
As always excellent craftsmanship. Looking forward to my next purchase. Thank you for your wonderful work.
Absoluntely gorgeous! Unfortunately, being real glass, it is breakable, but it even with a crack, it is still one of the most beautiful things in my house!
Sarwaedi Hand-carved wood sculptures and home decor
"'My children should have a better life than mine before.' Whispering this sentence always builds my spirit."
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Hand Carved Decorative Wood Box from Indonesia, "Bali Spire"$25.99
Learning wood carving at a young age, Indonesia's Sarwaedi is proud to present his own designs in this decorative box. Hand-carved from mahogany wood into a round, cylindrical shape with floral motifs, this piece features a spire atop the lid.
2 Collectible Reverse Painted Glass Wood Decorative Boxes, "Emerald"$74.99
Centering floral tendrils on a cool blue background, a single emerald hints at untold riches. Asunta Pelaez paints the motifs by hand on the reverse side of glass, giving them a colorful clarity. A traditional Cajamarca handicraft, the panes adorn a set of two gilded wood coffers.
Distressed Wood Perpetual Calendar from Bali, "Counting the Days"$23.99
This perpetual calendar by Balinese artisan Komang Sri is the last calendar you will ever need. Carved from albesia wood, two cubes and two rectangular blocks are marked with numbered dates and the names of the months. Simply rearrange them to read the current date. Each piece is painted white and given a distressed finish.
Pair Of Pine Needle And Yarn Baskets From Nicaragua, "Colorful Feast"$57.99
These baskets will work perfectly as fruit holders, catch-alls, or centerpieces for your dining table. Nicaraguan artisan Tamara Pereira handcrafts them in sturdy Moctezuma pine needles mixed with a colorful array of polyester strings that contrast beautifully with the fibers' neutral colors. The thick dried needles of the Montezuma pine have been used for millennia by the peoples of Mexico and Central America to craft baskets and other wares. Tamara's background as an architect has helped her bring a breath of freshness to this centuries-old tradition.