East Meets West Tableware(116 items)
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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.
Fun and Cool
Excellent attention to detail and its simply Fun! It would provide you an average cup of tea. This was purchased on a Hurricane Relief sale percentage drive....... It was a purchase of many aspects to lives impacted abroad and enjoy the Artisans product from photo............ clearly moreso in person this item is Awesome! :-)
Putu Oka Mahendra Ceramic tableware and decor
Oka Mahendra opened a showroom in memory of his mother... She was a woman full of energy and highly self-confident.
Popular East Meets West Tableware
Handcrafted Ceramic Teapot, "Buddha and Sapphire Elephant"$57.99
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.
Pink and Gold Flower Benjarong White Coffee Mug and Lid, "Thai Celebration"$74.99
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 mug, lid and saucer. In classic Benjarong tradition, the motifs are detailed with 2.6k gold applications
White Porcelain Lidded Benjarong Mug with Gold Application, "Thai Elixir"$67.99
This white porcelain mug highlights the delicate elegance of Thailand's Benjarong artistry. Panida Tamjun finds the perfect balance between tradition and innovation as she includes classic Thai batik patterns into her designs. The mug with a regal elephant for a handle, lid and a saucer, is painted by hand in the distinctive colors of Benjarong, blue, red, and yellow, and detailed with applications of 2.6k gold paint.
Celadon Ceramic Tea Service (Set for 2), "Blue Elephant"$157.99
Shaped of ceramic, a sleek elephant becomes a teapot by Duangkamol. Matching mugs feature trunks for handles, and plates are shaped like pachyderms in silhouette. Duangkamol works in the painstaking celadon technique, creating a beautiful symbol of old Siam.