Fall Culture(189 items)
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Featured Reviews on Fall Culture
Beautiful and Practical
This bag functions like a classic black tote but thanks to the embroidery is a unique piece of artwork.
A special holiday decoration
This is a very festive and detailed piece. its about 7 tall so its easy to find a spot to display it. The artist did an exceptional job on this piece.
Popular Fall Culture
Geometric Pattern Cotton Accent Leather Shoulder Bag, "Otomi Geometry"$149.95
Inspired by the textiles of Mexico's Otomi people, Fabiola Gonzalez creates a stunning shoulder bag. Crafted from supple black leather, tie tote features a cotton panel of handwoven geometric patterns. A zipper opens to a lined interior in black with a zipper pocket on one side and an open pocket on the other.
Hand Crafted African Wood Mask with Beads and Brass Accents, "Beaded Warrior"$69.99
Sese wood, metal accents, and a beaded symbol are expertly combined by Ghanian artisan Awudu Saaed to create this vibrant warrior mask. The double diamond design is called and represents handcuffs, a symbol of slavery that West African chiefs have reclaimed as a symbol of law and justice. Working to support his mother and siblings, Awudu learned his craft at an early age and continues the tradition, now training apprentices of his own.
Copal Wood Dragon Alebrije Sculpture in Blue from Mexico, "Mexican Dragon in Blue"$99.99
Mexican couple Zeny and Reyna celebrate the artistic traditions of their country, crafting this dragon sculpture from copal wood and maguey plant fibers, adding beautiful hand-painted motifs in a variety of colors against a blue body. This fire-breathing creation makes a charming addition to any home. Small parts are separated for shipping to protect from breakage.
3 Reversible Block Print 2-Layer Pleated Cotton Face Masks, "Block Print Arts"$19.99
Warm colors and intricate motifs distinguish these beautiful face masks. Krishna and Sharda showcase India's handmade block printing technique, in use since the 12th century. One shows a pattern of swirling vines in dusty rose on black and is lined with red and pink zigzags on white. Another shows abstract patterns on red and orange stripes that reverse to checks in tangerine and mustard yellow. The third depicts white and green mango paisley on black; its other side shows circles in the same colors. The pleated trio is double layered with elastic ear loops. They can be washed and used again and again.