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  • Round Planter w/ Plate Pinched (Five Colors)
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    This hand pinched planter is the perfect addition to a modern home.  You can have so much play mixing and matching colors and sizes. The texture radiates the satin matte glaze. The round planter has a drainage hole and comes with a fitted plate. For indoor and outdoor use. Just remember to bring it in during freezing seasons. Plants not included.

    • Small: 3 3/4" " diameter x 3 3/4" tall
    • Drain plate included
    • Made with porcelain clay and satin matte glaze
    • Food, microwave, dishwasher safe

    About the artist: Elizabeth Benotti of Eliot, Maine, the artist behind these porcelain pieces was born and raised in Massachusetts before being called west to earn a BFA at the University of Colorado in Boulder. It was there that she took her first ceramics class. It didn’t take long to fall in love with the material, process and community this medium fosters. Upon graduation, She was accepted into the Resident Artists program at the Mendocino Art Center. In a small town nestled on the northern coast of California, she worked alongside a small group of dedicated artists and explored the relationships between everyday objects, color, image and form.

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  • Benotti Tall Vase (Four Colors)
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    Looking for a special vase to display those fresh cut flowers? This pinched porcelain vase is hand painted and a lovely addition to your home.

    • 3” diameter x 7” tall, holds 15 fl oz
    • Hand painted
    • Made with porcelain clay and satin matte glaze
    • Food safe, dishwasher safe, handwashing recommended

    About the artist: Elizabeth Benotti of Eliot, Maine, the artist behind these porcelain pieces was born and raised in Massachusetts before being called west to earn a BFA at the University of Colorado in Boulder. It was there that she took her first ceramics class. It didn’t take long to fall in love with the material, process and community this medium fosters. Upon graduation, She was accepted into the Resident Artists program at the Mendocino Art Center. In a small town nestled on the northern coast of California, she worked alongside a small group of dedicated artists and explored the relationships between everyday objects, color, image and form.

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  • Candle Holder
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    Candle Holder

    $30.00

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    Candle Holder

    $30.00

    The candle holder is the distinguished piece missing from your mantle or a principal table in your living space. You can almost feel the warmth without a match having been struck.

    Davis Pottery is handmade in York Harbor, Maine by Chris Davis. Davis Pottery is lead-free, ovenproof and may be used in a microwave oven and washed in a dishwasher. For years of enjoyment avoid extreme temperature changes.

    Available in a variety of colors. Color pictured might not necessarily be available.

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  • Desert Bells
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    Desert Bells

    $50.00

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    Desert Bells

    $50.00

    These bells are made by Janmamad Luhar in the Kutchchi desert region of western India.

    Janmamad employs an ancient technique of bell-making, passed on to him through generations. Janmamad's brother and uncle, as well as the women in the family also participate in the making of these bells.

    The bells are formed from sheets of recycled steel. They are beaten into shape by hand, then dipped in copper. Women make a dough that they pat around the bells; the bells are then buried under the hot desert sand in a kiln. The heat anneals the metals, welding them into bronze, giving each piece its unique patina.

    After firing, each bell is individually hand-tuned. Each bell is hand tuned using an age-old technique! This is what truly makes each of these pieces unique!

     

  • Size 10 = 6.25"
  • Size 12 = 9"
  • Size 13 = 12"
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  • Kerry Joyce: The Intangible
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    Emmy Award-winning designer Kerry Joyce is known for the refined elegance and quiet classicism that unite his varied houses and interiors, as well as his collections of textiles, furniture, lighting, and rugs. His debut book spans a fascinating career, celebrating an impeccable, warm design sense that seeks always to turn houses into homes—to achieve the Intangible through the creation of tranquility and balance. The book covers eight homes in a surprising range of styles, from modern to traditional, urban to rustic, period restorations to entirely newly imagined houses that feel as though they are just as authentic. In addition, a charming introduction describes Joyce’s unusual path to becoming a designer, with thoughtful essays on each part of his work, from houses to interiors to his products. A special view into the creative process of an influential and multi-talented designer.

    A master of crafting beautiful homes, Kerry Joyce is recognized as one of the top designers in the country. He has received notable acclaim throughout his career for his unique and unparalleled design sense, seamlessly marrying fine materials, clean lines, sophisticated textures, and knowing detail into exquisite interiors and houses across stylistic boundaries. Joyce has also channeled his diverse talents into a group of highly regarded home furnishing collections, including the hallmark Kerry Joyce Textiles. With offices in Los Angeles and Connecticut, his firm, Kerry Joyce Associates, offers a comprehensive approach to design and consulting, creating a richly personal and customized sensibility on each project for his sophisticated clientele.

    “His fabrics, his furniture, his interiors - they all have a certain je ne sais quoi.  Now Kerry Joyce, in his first book, sheds light on the intangible, taking readers through eight projects in which his quiet classicism turned mere houses into homes. You’ll want to jump right in - but don’t skip the introduction. Joyce (did know he won an Emmy?) talks about his unusual career path and describes all aspects of his work including product design.” – Traditional Home

    The Intangible is overwhelmingly beautiful and pleasurable – A masterful work. His vibe, his talent is absolutely POURED into it – every page just beams! The photography is sublime and when paired with Joyce's stories (and his voice) and the textiles, it's personal and thorough; really impressive. Books like this are hard to do.“ – Sophie Donelson, Editor in Chief, House Beautiful

    "Upon reading Kerry Joyce's new book, The Intangible, he makes the convincing point that his palette of materials and colors results in something that might be called the intangible, a sense of tranquility and balance in rooms that is discernible but not tactile, experienced but not visible. In this compelling book, which reads in part like an autobiography, the reader comes away knowing how he designs, what he thinks about design, and why his loyal clients continue to commission him." - Pamela Pierce, Editor in Chief, Milieu

    "To those in the design world, it seems like Kerry Joyce has done it all. Besides conjuring warm, serene homes for his discerning clients, the Los Angeles–based designer has lent his eye to textiles, furniture, lighting, and rugs….. But somehow, there's one thing this multi-hyphenate talent hadn't found time for: A book. That is, until now; The Intangible, Joyce's debut book, comes out next month. One thing it proves? There are perks to waiting for your debut.  A combination of featured homes (eight in total, ranging widely in style), essays on Joyce's various creative outlets, and a retrospective introduction that outlines his career beginnings make for a holistic representation of a creative force whose work spans many fields." - Architectural Digest

    Hardcover

    240 Pages / 11.25” X 13.5”

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  • Cats in Wind Candlestick
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    Hand-forged, hand-bent iron comes to life with recycled glass fused in Luis' kiln to create organic functional art pieces with clean lines that will be enjoyed for a lifetime. Candles are pure beeswax.

    About the artist: Luis Martinez creates each piece by hand at his studio in Pflugerville, Texas. Each design is inspired by nature, brought to life with superior craftsmanship. Born in Colombia in 1967, Luis discovered his passion for sculpting with his hands after working with different artists for many years, learning various techniques such as melting and shaping iron and fusing glass.

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  • Smoke Candelabra
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    Smoke Candelabra

    $16.00

    The Large Candelabra is 2.5" in diameter base and 10" tall with a 1" opening. The Medium Candelabra is 2.5" in diameter base and 6" tall with a 1/2" opening. The Small Candelabra is 2.5" in diameter base and 5.6" tall with a 1/2" opening.

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  • Ebb & Flow Vase Series 3
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    This vase is a play on curves, ebbs and flows. The texture resembles ripples in water. The silhouette is enchanting and plays well resting on a shelf. Place a couple special flowers in it when on hand. Mix and match glaze colors to create your own story. The vase is glazed in a stain matte glaze.

    • 9 3/4” tall x 5 1/2” diameter
    • Made with porcelain clay and satin matte glaze
    • Food safe, dishwasher safe, handwashing recommended

    About the artist: Elizabeth Benotti of Eliot, Maine, the artist behind these porcelain pieces was born and raised in Massachusetts before being called west to earn a BFA at the University of Colorado in Boulder. It was there that she took her first ceramics class. It didn’t take long to fall in love with the material, process and community this medium fosters. Upon graduation, She was accepted into the Resident Artists program at the Mendocino Art Center. In a small town nestled on the northern coast of California, she worked alongside a small group of dedicated artists and explored the relationships between everyday objects, color, image and form.

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