Thai East Meets West(376 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.
What a lovely thing to own!
This is beautiful and fun to learn how to use. I will sit down with it and enjoy the meditative qualities, and Im sure I will use it often and cherish it forever. Many thanks to the artisan!
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 Thai East Meets West
Brass and Raintree Wood Hammered Singing Bowl and Striker, "Mantra Voice"
Fill your meditation space with resounding music with this healing bowl by Charles. The Thai artisan creates the bowl from brass and gives it an intriguing hammered finish. The rain tree wood striker is the ideal match to create the relaxing sound when the two pieces are struck together. Originating in Tibet, such standing bells or singing bowls often accompany Buddhist chanting and meditation.
Brass Hammered Singing Bowl with Raintree Wood Striker, "Singing Healer"
Embrace the musical properties of meditation with this beautiful Thai healing bowl by Charles. The brass bowl features a timeless hammered finish that adds texture and illumination to any space. The raintree wood striker makes a soothing sound when hit against the bowl. Originating in Tibet, such standing bells or singing bowls often accompany Buddhist chanting and meditation.
Hand-carved Wood Tealight Candleholders (pair), "Light of Yin Yang"
The soft glow of tealights in Yin and Yang candleholders shed light on the interconnectedness between positive and negative energies. Carved of mango wood in contrasting shades, the candleholders are crafted by Thailand's Saifon. Two tealights are included.