Spring Celadon(63 items)
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Featured Reviews on Spring Celadon
Elephant Coffee Mug
I just love unusual designs and this elephant mug is no exception. The mug is larger than expected and I love the elephant head for a handle. I visited Thailand twelve months ago and this mug is a lovely reminder.
I bought this as a birthday gift--for me! I love the size, the shape, the lovely elephant parade, and the crackle of the celadon glaze. I will be checking to see this artists other offerings! Shes incredibly gifted and has brought magic to my tea drinking.
A beautiful part of my wife?s collection.
Arrived in good condition with no visible defects. I love the color and workmanship. It adds much joy to my wife?s collection. She was most pleased. Thank you, Gary S. George
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 Spring Celadon
Celadon Ceramic Elephant Mug in Green from Thailand (10 oz.), "Elephant Handle in Green"$36.95
Designed by Thai artisan Aunchalee Kaewduangtip, this mug will make a charming addition to your morning routine. Handcrafted of ceramic, the mug is finished with a crackled green celadon glaze. Finished with a brown glaze, the handle is crafted in the shape of an elephant's head and trunk.
Handcrafted Glazed Celadon Ceramic Mug (9 oz), "Light Blue Elephant Parade"$29.99
A parade of elephants fills this mug with Thai charm. By Duangkamol, the mug is crafted by hand with ceramic techniques with the elephants in low relief. The light blue mug features a crackled glazed finish that distinguishes the millenary art of celadon.
Green Celadon Ceramic Elephant Statuettes (Pair), "Natural Nurture"$79.95
Artisan Duangkamol carries on the ancient tradition of celadon ceramic-making at her studio in Thailand. This pair of elephant statuettes represents the bond between mother and child while displaying the detail in craftsmanship and crackled finish that are hallmarks of the celadon tradition.