Gifts for Mom East Meets West(37 items)
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Ganesha in a lovely form. Masterfully carved. I bought several of these boxes as Christmas gifts, but kept this for myself. All pieces are incredible. Would order again from this talented artist!!!
Beautiful green flower ceramic plate
This green ceramic plate is so beautiful shaped like a flower. It can be used for snacks, nut or olives at the table with my other green leaves ones. But I actually have it in the bathroom near my green leaves ceramic set (toothbrush and soap dish). This way I can put my earrings there or rings when I was my face and hands, or other little things.
I love this owl! Larger than I thought and excellent antiquing. I do prefer it over the two small pidgeons which I thought the antiquing was not as well done and decided to return them. Smaller than I thought as well. But they do give you dimensions! I was pleasantly surprised, however, with this owl. I will not be returning It but instead enjoying the art & craftsmanship. Thank you!!
Duangkamol Handmade ceramic tableware and decor accessories
"I hope more people will understand and appreciate the art of Celadon ceramic. Each piece that I make has many stories to tell."
Popular Gifts for Mom East Meets West
Handcrafted Ceramic Teapot, "Buddha and Sapphire Elephant"$54.99
In Southeast Asia it is said that when Buddha's mother was about to give birth, she dreamt a white elephant came to her offering a lotus, symbol of purity and knowledge. When Buddha is depicted riding an elephant, it is believe it will bring good luck and health. Putu Oka Mahendra transforms legend into a mesmerizing ceramic teapot featuring a rattan handle.
Benjarong White Teacup and Lid with Pink and Gold Flowers, "Thai Celebration"$57.99
Panida Tamjun celebrates the unique beauty of Benjarong art with a modern design inspired by the classic batik motifs of southern Thailand. Like festive fireworks, pink and gold flowers are painted by hand on the white porcelain teacup, lid and saucer. In classic Benjarong tradition, the motifs are detailed with 2.6k gold applications