Rarities
Kneeland Co. Rarities is a curation of fine art, antique artifacts, and exquisite finds from around the world. While we work to get our e-commerce set up, please email for purchases (contact@kneelandco.com)

Seasonal catalogs are shaped around a unique narrative and illuminate the latest discoveries from found objects to works of art procured directly from the source. Edited for the collector, these pieces have been selected, evaluated, and verified. For more information and to see the full collection, please contact us at contact@kneelandco.com

This multi-floral painting was found in Jaipur, India and made by an artist close to Kneeland Co. The origin of Indian miniature painting dates back to the 7th c. AD, when scriptures and deities were intricately painted on palm leaves. It has flourished throughout many centuries and continues to be an admired and practiced form of art throughout India.  This collection of contemporary miniature paintings that celebrate nature in the form of flowers and tree landscapes. Painted with delicate brushstrokes using natural pigments, the vibrancy and precision leads an air of elegance to them.

Made in India, 11.5 x 7.25 inches, unframed.

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Miniature Floral Painting
Price Upon Request

This multi-floral painting was found in Jaipur, India and made by an artist close to Kneeland Co. The origin of Indian miniature painting dates back to the 7th c. AD, when scriptures and deities were intricately painted on palm leaves. It has flourished throughout many centuries and continues to be an admired and practiced form of art throughout India.  This collection of contemporary miniature paintings that celebrate nature in the form of flowers and tree landscapes. Painted with delicate brushstrokes using natural pigments, the vibrancy and precision leads an air of elegance to them.

Made in India, 11.5 x 7.25 inches, unframed.

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  These delicate trees were painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments. Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal.  It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Made in India, 7.75 x 13.25 inches, unframed.

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Multi Tree Miniature Painting
Price Upon Request

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  These delicate trees were painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments. Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal.  It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Made in India, 7.75 x 13.25 inches, unframed.

This geometric floral painting with doorway found in Jaipur, India, was painted by an artist close to Kneeland Co. The origin of Indian miniature painting dates back to the 7th c. AD, when scriptures and deities were intricately painted on palm leaves. It has flourished throughout many centuries and continues to be an admired and practiced form of art throughout India.  This collection of contemporary miniature paintings that celebrate nature in the form of flowers and tree landscapes. Painted with delicate brushstrokes using natural pigments, the vibrancy and precision leads an air of elegance to them.

Made in India, 10 x 6.5 inches, unframed.

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Miniature Floral Doorway Painting
Price Upon Request

This geometric floral painting with doorway found in Jaipur, India, was painted by an artist close to Kneeland Co. The origin of Indian miniature painting dates back to the 7th c. AD, when scriptures and deities were intricately painted on palm leaves. It has flourished throughout many centuries and continues to be an admired and practiced form of art throughout India.  This collection of contemporary miniature paintings that celebrate nature in the form of flowers and tree landscapes. Painted with delicate brushstrokes using natural pigments, the vibrancy and precision leads an air of elegance to them.

Made in India, 10 x 6.5 inches, unframed.

This 19th century fern lithograph is part of a collection made by botanist, meteorologist, and astronomer Edward Joseph Lowe.  Each lithograph is labeled with its genus name and comes unframed.  Sold individually or as a set.

Made in England, 9.25 x 6 inches (unframed), ink on paper

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Fern Lithograph No. 1
$85

This 19th century fern lithograph is part of a collection made by botanist, meteorologist, and astronomer Edward Joseph Lowe.  Each lithograph is labeled with its genus name and comes unframed.  Sold individually or as a set.

Made in England, 9.25 x 6 inches (unframed), ink on paper

This 19th century fern lithograph is part of a collection made by botanist, meteorologist, and astronomer Edward Joseph Lowe.  Each lithograph is labeled with its genus name and comes unframed.  Sold individually or as a set.

Made in England, 10 x 6 inches (unframed), ink on paper

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Fern Lithograph No. 2
$85

This 19th century fern lithograph is part of a collection made by botanist, meteorologist, and astronomer Edward Joseph Lowe.  Each lithograph is labeled with its genus name and comes unframed.  Sold individually or as a set.

Made in England, 10 x 6 inches (unframed), ink on paper

This 19th century fern lithograph is part of a collection made by botanist, meteorologist, and astronomer Edward Joseph Lowe.  Each lithograph is labeled with its genus name and comes unframed.  Sold individually or as a set.

Made in England, 9.5 x 6 inches (unframed), ink on paper

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Fern Lithograph No. 3
$85

This 19th century fern lithograph is part of a collection made by botanist, meteorologist, and astronomer Edward Joseph Lowe.  Each lithograph is labeled with its genus name and comes unframed.  Sold individually or as a set.

Made in England, 9.5 x 6 inches (unframed), ink on paper

This 19th century fern lithograph is part of a collection made by botanist, meteorologist, and astronomer Edward Joseph Lowe.  Each lithograph is labeled with its genus name and comes unframed.  Sold individually or as a set.

Made in England, 9.75 x 6 inches (unframed), ink on paper

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Fern Lithograph No. 4
$85

This 19th century fern lithograph is part of a collection made by botanist, meteorologist, and astronomer Edward Joseph Lowe.  Each lithograph is labeled with its genus name and comes unframed.  Sold individually or as a set.

Made in England, 9.75 x 6 inches (unframed), ink on paper

Claudia Rankin’s ceramics are the perfect combination of whimsical and old world. Drawn to certain qualities of vibrancy and wit in objects, Claudia finds inspiration in her rural surroundings as well as museum archives, antiques, and artists such as Picasso, Miró, and Sonia Delaunay. Each piece is one-of-a-kind and is made in England. This selection of ceramics is exclusvie to Kneeland Co.

9 x 6.25 x 4 inches. Made in England.

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Claudia Rankin Bull + Butterfly Caddy
$895

Claudia Rankin’s ceramics are the perfect combination of whimsical and old world. Drawn to certain qualities of vibrancy and wit in objects, Claudia finds inspiration in her rural surroundings as well as museum archives, antiques, and artists such as Picasso, Miró, and Sonia Delaunay. Each piece is one-of-a-kind and is made in England. This selection of ceramics is exclusvie to Kneeland Co.

9 x 6.25 x 4 inches. Made in England.

Exclusive to Kneeland Co., Claudia Rankin’s ceramics are the perfect combination of whimsical and old world.  Drawn to certain qualities of vibrancy and wit in objects, Claudia finds inspiration in her rural surroundings as well as museum archives, antiques, and artists such as Picasso, Miró, and Sonia Delaunay.  Each piece is one-of-a-kind and is made in England.

9 x 6.25 x 4 inches. Made in England.

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Claudia Rankin Bird and Red Shoes Caddy
$895

Exclusive to Kneeland Co., Claudia Rankin’s ceramics are the perfect combination of whimsical and old world.  Drawn to certain qualities of vibrancy and wit in objects, Claudia finds inspiration in her rural surroundings as well as museum archives, antiques, and artists such as Picasso, Miró, and Sonia Delaunay.  Each piece is one-of-a-kind and is made in England.

9 x 6.25 x 4 inches. Made in England.

Claudia Rankin’s ceramics are the perfect combination of whimsical and old world. Drawn to certain qualities of vibrancy and wit in objects, Claudia finds inspiration in her rural surroundings as well as museum archives, antiques, and artists such as Picasso, Miró, and Sonia Delaunay. Each piece is one-of-a-kind and is made in England. This selection of ceramics is exclusive to Kneeland Co.

9.75 x 6.25 x 4 inches. Made in England.

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Claudia Rankin Bluebird Candelbra
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Claudia Rankin’s ceramics are the perfect combination of whimsical and old world. Drawn to certain qualities of vibrancy and wit in objects, Claudia finds inspiration in her rural surroundings as well as museum archives, antiques, and artists such as Picasso, Miró, and Sonia Delaunay. Each piece is one-of-a-kind and is made in England. This selection of ceramics is exclusive to Kneeland Co.

9.75 x 6.25 x 4 inches. Made in England.

Exclusive to Kneeland Co., Claudia Rankin’s ceramics are the perfect combination of whimsical and old world.  Drawn to certain qualities of vibrancy and wit in objects, Claudia finds inspiration in her rural surroundings as well as museum archives, antiques, and artists such as Picasso, Miró, and Sonia Delaunay.  Each piece is one-of-a-kind and is made in England.

8 x 6.5 inches. Made in England.

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Claudia Rankin Leopard Challis
$650

Exclusive to Kneeland Co., Claudia Rankin’s ceramics are the perfect combination of whimsical and old world.  Drawn to certain qualities of vibrancy and wit in objects, Claudia finds inspiration in her rural surroundings as well as museum archives, antiques, and artists such as Picasso, Miró, and Sonia Delaunay.  Each piece is one-of-a-kind and is made in England.

8 x 6.5 inches. Made in England.

Claudia Rankin’s ceramics are the perfect combination of whimsical and old world. Drawn to certain qualities of vibrancy and wit in objects, Claudia finds inspiration in her rural surroundings as well as museum archives, antiques, and artists such as Picasso, Miró, and Sonia Delaunay. Each piece is one-of-a-kind and is made in England. This selection of ceramics is exclusive to Kneeland Co.

8.5 inch diameter. Made in England.

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Claudia Rankin Sun Plate
$395

Claudia Rankin’s ceramics are the perfect combination of whimsical and old world. Drawn to certain qualities of vibrancy and wit in objects, Claudia finds inspiration in her rural surroundings as well as museum archives, antiques, and artists such as Picasso, Miró, and Sonia Delaunay. Each piece is one-of-a-kind and is made in England. This selection of ceramics is exclusive to Kneeland Co.

8.5 inch diameter. Made in England.

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 12 x 16 inches.

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Kissweh Pillow - Mariam (Purple)
$350

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 12 x 16 inches.

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 12 x 16 inches.

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Kissweh Pillow - Mariam (Lilac)
$350

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 12 x 16 inches.

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 12 x 16 inches.

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Kissweh Pillow - Mariam (Blue)
$350

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 12 x 16 inches.

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 12 x 16 inches.

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Kissweh Pillow - Mariam (Coral)
$350

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 12 x 16 inches.

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 11 x 22 inches.

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Kissweh Pillow - Ola (Autumn)
$420

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 11 x 22 inches.

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 11 x 22 inches.

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Kissweh Pillow - Ola (Blue)
$420

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 11 x 22 inches.

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 12 x 16 inches.

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Kissweh Pillow - Abir (Violet)
$350

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 12 x 16 inches.

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 12 x 16 inches.

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Kissweh Pillow - Abir (Blue)
$350

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 12 x 16 inches.

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 12 x 16 inches

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Kissweh Pillow - Abir (Green)
$350

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 12 x 16 inches

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 14 x 16 inches

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Kissweh Pillow - Malak (Beige)
$380

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 14 x 16 inches

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 14 x 16 inches.

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Kissweh Pillow - Malak (Blue)
$380

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 14 x 16 inches.

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 16 x 16 inches

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Kissweh Pillow - Holy Mount (Dark Grey)
$380

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 16 x 16 inches

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 16 x 16 inches.

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Kissweh Pillow - Holy Mount (Grey)
$380

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 16 x 16 inches.

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 12 x 16 inches.

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Kissweh Pillow - Holy Mount (Fuchsia)
$360

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 12 x 16 inches.

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 12 x 16 inches.

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Kissweh Pillow - Holy Mount (Pastel)
$360

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 12 x 16 inches.

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 16 x 16 inches.

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Kissweh Pillow - Classic Cross (Autumn)
$350

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 16 x 16 inches.

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 16 x 16 inches

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Kissweh Pillow - Classic Cross (Green)
$350

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 16 x 16 inches

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 14 x 16 inches

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Kissweh Pillow - Damask Rose (Autumn)
$340

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 14 x 16 inches

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 14 x 16 inches.

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Kissweh Pillow - Damask Rose (Beige)
$340

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 14 x 16 inches.

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 16 x 16 inches.

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Kissweh Pillow - Petra Squares (Lilac)
$450

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 16 x 16 inches.

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 16 x 16 inches.

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Kissweh Pillow - Petra Squares (Beige)
$450

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 16 x 16 inches.

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 12 x 21 inches

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Kissweh Pillow - Arrow (Red)
$450

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 12 x 21 inches

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 12 x 21 inches

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Kissweh Pillow - Arrow (Green)
$450

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 12 x 21 inches

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 16 x 16 inches.

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Kissweh Pillow - Classic
$350

Based in Los Angeles and Lebanon, Kissweh is an embroidery studio focused on designing and creating hand embroidered pillows inspired by the rich folk art of traditional Palestinian needlepoint motifs. Each pillow is made by skilled craftswomen living in the refugee camps of Lebanon, giving them the opportunity to earn a fair living. Founded in 2017 by Claudia Martinez Mansell, Kissweh operates with the goal of being a contemporary source of exquisitely designed and timeless products that draw on the heritage of a historic tradition, while simultaneously providing work to a community of refugee women. Made using cotton threads, Belgian linen, and 100% feather-down inserts.

Cotton, Belgian linen, 100% feather-down inserts, 16 x 16 inches.

Inspired by materials, process, and technique, Gregory Parkinson textiles are double block printed in India to achieve a contemporary feel while still honoring an centuries old tradition. Color, pattern, and decoration are Gregory’s signature - as seen in this collection of tablecloths, towels, and napkins that are exclusive to Kneeland Co.

60% cotton, 40% linen. 60 x 86 inches. Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low - do not dry clean. Made in India.

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Gregory Parkinson Surround Tablecloth - Marigold Azure
$350

Inspired by materials, process, and technique, Gregory Parkinson textiles are double block printed in India to achieve a contemporary feel while still honoring an centuries old tradition. Color, pattern, and decoration are Gregory’s signature - as seen in this collection of tablecloths, towels, and napkins that are exclusive to Kneeland Co.

60% cotton, 40% linen. 60 x 86 inches. Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low - do not dry clean. Made in India.

Inspired by materials, process, and technique, Gregory Parkinson textiles are double block printed in India to achieve a contemporary feel while still honoring an centuries old tradition. Color, pattern, and decoration are Gregory’s signature - as seen in this collection of tablecloths, placemats, and napkins that are exclusive to Kneeland Co.

60% cotton, 40% linen. 58 x 88 inches. Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low - do not dry clean. Made in India.

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Gregory Parkinson Surround Tablecloth - Aqua Jade Zig Zag
$350

Inspired by materials, process, and technique, Gregory Parkinson textiles are double block printed in India to achieve a contemporary feel while still honoring an centuries old tradition. Color, pattern, and decoration are Gregory’s signature - as seen in this collection of tablecloths, placemats, and napkins that are exclusive to Kneeland Co.

60% cotton, 40% linen. 58 x 88 inches. Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low - do not dry clean. Made in India.

Inspired by materials, process, and technique, Gregory Parkinson textiles are double block printed in India to achieve a contemporary feel while still honoring an centuries old tradition. Color, pattern, and decoration are Gregory’s signature - as seen in this collection of tablecloths, towels, and napkins that are exclusive to Kneeland Co.

100% textured cotton. Set of 4 towels. Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low - do not dry clean. Made in India.

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Gregory Parkinson Surround Tea Towels
$220

Inspired by materials, process, and technique, Gregory Parkinson textiles are double block printed in India to achieve a contemporary feel while still honoring an centuries old tradition. Color, pattern, and decoration are Gregory’s signature - as seen in this collection of tablecloths, towels, and napkins that are exclusive to Kneeland Co.

100% textured cotton. Set of 4 towels. Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low - do not dry clean. Made in India.

Inspired by materials, process, and technique, Gregory Parkinson textiles are double block printed in India to achieve a contemporary feel while still honoring an centuries old tradition. Color, pattern, and decoration are Gregory’s signature - as seen in this collection of tablecloths, towels, and napkins that are exclusive to Kneeland Co.

100% cotton. Set of 9 napkins, 7 x 7.5 inches each. Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low - do not dry clean. Made in India.

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Gregory Parkinson Surround Cocktail Napkins
$220

Inspired by materials, process, and technique, Gregory Parkinson textiles are double block printed in India to achieve a contemporary feel while still honoring an centuries old tradition. Color, pattern, and decoration are Gregory’s signature - as seen in this collection of tablecloths, towels, and napkins that are exclusive to Kneeland Co.

100% cotton. Set of 9 napkins, 7 x 7.5 inches each. Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low - do not dry clean. Made in India.

Inspired by materials, process, and technique, Gregory Parkinson textiles are double block printed in India to achieve a contemporary feel while still honoring an centuries old tradition. Color, pattern, and decoration are Gregory’s signature - as seen in this collection of tablecloths, towels, and napkins that are exclusive to Kneeland Co.

100% cotton. Set of 6 napkins, 20 x 24 inches each. Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low - do not dry clean. Made in India.

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Gregory Parkinson Surround Napkins - Japanese Starburst
$220

Inspired by materials, process, and technique, Gregory Parkinson textiles are double block printed in India to achieve a contemporary feel while still honoring an centuries old tradition. Color, pattern, and decoration are Gregory’s signature - as seen in this collection of tablecloths, towels, and napkins that are exclusive to Kneeland Co.

100% cotton. Set of 6 napkins, 20 x 24 inches each. Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low - do not dry clean. Made in India.

Inspired by materials, process, and technique, Gregory Parkinson textiles are double block printed in India to achieve a contemporary feel while still honoring an centuries old tradition. Color, pattern, and decoration are Gregory’s signature - as seen in this collection of tablecloths, towels, and napkins that are exclusive to Kneeland Co.

100% cotton. Set of 6 napkins, 20 x 24 inches each. Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low - do not dry clean. Made in India.

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Gregory Parkinson Surround Napkins - Ink Rouge
$220

Inspired by materials, process, and technique, Gregory Parkinson textiles are double block printed in India to achieve a contemporary feel while still honoring an centuries old tradition. Color, pattern, and decoration are Gregory’s signature - as seen in this collection of tablecloths, towels, and napkins that are exclusive to Kneeland Co.

100% cotton. Set of 6 napkins, 20 x 24 inches each. Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low - do not dry clean. Made in India.

Inspired by materials, process, and technique, Gregory Parkinson textiles are double block printed in India to achieve a contemporary feel while still honoring an centuries old tradition. Color, pattern, and decoration are Gregory’s signature - as seen in this collection of tablecloths, towels, and napkins that are exclusive to Kneeland Co.

100% cotton. Set of 6 napkins, 20 x 24 inches each. Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low - do not dry clean. Made in India.

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Gregory Parkinson Surround Napkins - Indigo Poppy
$220

Inspired by materials, process, and technique, Gregory Parkinson textiles are double block printed in India to achieve a contemporary feel while still honoring an centuries old tradition. Color, pattern, and decoration are Gregory’s signature - as seen in this collection of tablecloths, towels, and napkins that are exclusive to Kneeland Co.

100% cotton. Set of 6 napkins, 20 x 24 inches each. Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low - do not dry clean. Made in India.

Inspired by materials, process, and technique, Gregory Parkinson textiles are double block printed in India to achieve a contemporary feel while still honoring an centuries old tradition. Color, pattern, and decoration are Gregory’s signature - as seen in this collection of tablecloths, towels, and napkins that are exclusive to Kneeland Co.

100% cotton. Set of 6 napkins, 20 x 24 inches each. Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low - do not dry clean. Made in India.

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Gregory Parkinson Surround Napkins - Sunset Rose
$220

Inspired by materials, process, and technique, Gregory Parkinson textiles are double block printed in India to achieve a contemporary feel while still honoring an centuries old tradition. Color, pattern, and decoration are Gregory’s signature - as seen in this collection of tablecloths, towels, and napkins that are exclusive to Kneeland Co.

100% cotton. Set of 6 napkins, 20 x 24 inches each. Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low - do not dry clean. Made in India.

Inspired by materials, process, and technique, Gregory Parkinson textiles are double block printed in India to achieve a contemporary feel while still honoring an centuries old tradition. Color, pattern, and decoration are Gregory’s signature - as seen in this collection of tablecloths, towels, and napkins that are exclusive to Kneeland Co.

100% cotton. Set of 6 napkins, 20 x 24 inches each. Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low - do not dry clean. Made in India.

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Gregory Parkinson Surround Napkins - Sugar Rose
$210

Inspired by materials, process, and technique, Gregory Parkinson textiles are double block printed in India to achieve a contemporary feel while still honoring an centuries old tradition. Color, pattern, and decoration are Gregory’s signature - as seen in this collection of tablecloths, towels, and napkins that are exclusive to Kneeland Co.

100% cotton. Set of 6 napkins, 20 x 24 inches each. Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low - do not dry clean. Made in India.

Inspired by materials, process, and technique, Gregory Parkinson textiles are double block printed in India to achieve a contemporary feel while still honoring an centuries old tradition. Color, pattern, and decoration are Gregory’s signature - as seen in this collection of tablecloths, towels, and napkins that are exclusive to Kneeland Co.

100% cotton. Set of 6 napkins, 20 x 24 inches each. Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low - do not dry clean. Made in India.

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Gregory Parkinson Surround Napkins - Zig Zag Brights
$210

Inspired by materials, process, and technique, Gregory Parkinson textiles are double block printed in India to achieve a contemporary feel while still honoring an centuries old tradition. Color, pattern, and decoration are Gregory’s signature - as seen in this collection of tablecloths, towels, and napkins that are exclusive to Kneeland Co.

100% cotton. Set of 6 napkins, 20 x 24 inches each. Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low - do not dry clean. Made in India.

Inspired by materials, process, and technique, Gregory Parkinson textiles are double block printed in India to achieve a contemporary feel while still honoring an centuries old tradition. Color, pattern, and decoration are Gregory’s signature - as seen in this collection of tablecloths, towels, and napkins that are exclusive to Kneeland Co.

100% cotton. Set of 6 napkins, 20 x 24 inches each. Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low - do not dry clean. Made in India.

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Gregory Parkinson Surround Napkins - Crosshatch Brights
$210

Inspired by materials, process, and technique, Gregory Parkinson textiles are double block printed in India to achieve a contemporary feel while still honoring an centuries old tradition. Color, pattern, and decoration are Gregory’s signature - as seen in this collection of tablecloths, towels, and napkins that are exclusive to Kneeland Co.

100% cotton. Set of 6 napkins, 20 x 24 inches each. Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low - do not dry clean. Made in India.

Inspired by the finest traditions of Italian pottery, the Milanese mother-daughter duo behind Laboratorio Paravicini design and make exquisite table settings out of their studio in Milan. This set of 8 dinner plates features whimsical depictions of various creatures.

Sold as a set of 8.

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Laboratorio Paravicini Calligraphario Plates
$600

Inspired by the finest traditions of Italian pottery, the Milanese mother-daughter duo behind Laboratorio Paravicini design and make exquisite table settings out of their studio in Milan. This set of 8 dinner plates features whimsical depictions of various creatures.

Sold as a set of 8.

Inspired by the finest traditions of Italian pottery, the Milanese mother-daughter duo behind Laboratorio Paravicini design and make exquisite table settings out of their studio in Milan. These plates are part of the Zodiaco collection introduced at the Salone del Mobile in Milan in 2017. Plates dedicated to each sign of the zodiac are available for purchase. Sold individually.

7.87 inch diameter (20cm diameter). Sold Individually. Made in Italy.

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Laboratorio Paravicini Zodiac Dessert Plate
$58

Inspired by the finest traditions of Italian pottery, the Milanese mother-daughter duo behind Laboratorio Paravicini design and make exquisite table settings out of their studio in Milan. These plates are part of the Zodiaco collection introduced at the Salone del Mobile in Milan in 2017. Plates dedicated to each sign of the zodiac are available for purchase. Sold individually.

7.87 inch diameter (20cm diameter). Sold Individually. Made in Italy.

Kneeland Co. is proud to stock the ceramics of Philadelphia-based artist Alex Stadler. Exploring accident, error, beauty, and repair - each piece is hand built in white stoneware clay. This collection is inspired by the work of Lynda Barry, Philip Guston, and Betty Woodman as well as Flow Blue export ware ceramics.

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Alex Stadler Ceramic Teapot
$695

Kneeland Co. is proud to stock the ceramics of Philadelphia-based artist Alex Stadler. Exploring accident, error, beauty, and repair - each piece is hand built in white stoneware clay. This collection is inspired by the work of Lynda Barry, Philip Guston, and Betty Woodman as well as Flow Blue export ware ceramics.

Kneeland Co. is proud to stock the ceramics of Philadelphia-based artist Alex Stadler. Exploring accident, error, beauty, and repair - each piece is hand built in white stoneware clay. This collection is inspired by the work of Lynda Barry, Philip Guston, and Betty Woodman as well as Flow Blue export ware ceramics.

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Alex Stadler Hourglass Vase
$460

Kneeland Co. is proud to stock the ceramics of Philadelphia-based artist Alex Stadler. Exploring accident, error, beauty, and repair - each piece is hand built in white stoneware clay. This collection is inspired by the work of Lynda Barry, Philip Guston, and Betty Woodman as well as Flow Blue export ware ceramics.

Kneeland Co. is proud to stock the ceramics of Philadelphia-based artist Alex Stadler. Exploring accident, error, beauty, and repair - each piece is hand built in white stoneware clay. This collection is inspired by the work of Lynda Barry, Philip Guston, and Betty Woodman as well as Flow Blue export ware ceramics.

Available in 2 styles - face or grid. Sold individually.

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Alex Stadler Coffee Cup
$115

Kneeland Co. is proud to stock the ceramics of Philadelphia-based artist Alex Stadler. Exploring accident, error, beauty, and repair - each piece is hand built in white stoneware clay. This collection is inspired by the work of Lynda Barry, Philip Guston, and Betty Woodman as well as Flow Blue export ware ceramics.

Available in 2 styles - face or grid. Sold individually.

Kneeland Co. is proud to stock the ceramics of Philadelphia-based artist Alex Stadler. Exploring accident, error, beauty, and repair - each piece is hand built in white stoneware clay. This collection is inspired by the work of Lynda Barry, Philip Guston, and Betty Woodman as well as Flow Blue export ware ceramics.

Sold Individually.

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Alex Stadler Single Shot Espresso Cup
$95

Kneeland Co. is proud to stock the ceramics of Philadelphia-based artist Alex Stadler. Exploring accident, error, beauty, and repair - each piece is hand built in white stoneware clay. This collection is inspired by the work of Lynda Barry, Philip Guston, and Betty Woodman as well as Flow Blue export ware ceramics.

Sold Individually.

Kneeland Co. is proud to stock the ceramics of Philadelphia-based artist Alex Stadler. Exploring accident, error, beauty, and repair - each piece is hand built in white stoneware clay. This collection is inspired by the work of Lynda Barry, Philip Guston, and Betty Woodman as well as Flow Blue export ware ceramics.

Sold individually.

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Alex Stadler Heart Handle Demi-Tasse Cup
$105

Kneeland Co. is proud to stock the ceramics of Philadelphia-based artist Alex Stadler. Exploring accident, error, beauty, and repair - each piece is hand built in white stoneware clay. This collection is inspired by the work of Lynda Barry, Philip Guston, and Betty Woodman as well as Flow Blue export ware ceramics.

Sold individually.

From the renowned Gem Palace in Jaipur, India, this collection of hand carved jewelry is a signature style that dates back to several generations of the Kasliwal family. Designed and made in the workshop while paying fine attention to detail and craft, these incredible works of art reflect a sense of tradition and are treasures that will last a lifetime, to be passed down as heirlooms. Kneeland Co. is proud to be the sole stockist in California of this collection.

Hand-carved prehnite, sapphire and 18k gold.

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Gem Palace Prehnite & Sapphire Earrings
$850

From the renowned Gem Palace in Jaipur, India, this collection of hand carved jewelry is a signature style that dates back to several generations of the Kasliwal family. Designed and made in the workshop while paying fine attention to detail and craft, these incredible works of art reflect a sense of tradition and are treasures that will last a lifetime, to be passed down as heirlooms. Kneeland Co. is proud to be the sole stockist in California of this collection.

Hand-carved prehnite, sapphire and 18k gold.

From the renowned Gem Palace in Jaipur, India, this collection of hand carved jewelry is a signature style that dates back to several generations of the Kasliwal family. Designed and made in the workshop while paying fine attention to detail and craft, these incredible works of art reflect a sense of tradition and are treasures that will last a lifetime, to be passed down as heirlooms. Kneeland Co. is proud to be the sole stockist in California of this collection.

Hand-carved carnelian, sapphire and 18k gold.

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Gem Palace Carnelian & Sapphire Earrings
$850

From the renowned Gem Palace in Jaipur, India, this collection of hand carved jewelry is a signature style that dates back to several generations of the Kasliwal family. Designed and made in the workshop while paying fine attention to detail and craft, these incredible works of art reflect a sense of tradition and are treasures that will last a lifetime, to be passed down as heirlooms. Kneeland Co. is proud to be the sole stockist in California of this collection.

Hand-carved carnelian, sapphire and 18k gold.

Traditional Indian miniature painting of a maharani (Hindu princess). Miniature paintings are made using intricate brushwork, always portraying the culture and tradtiions of Indian life. During the Mughal period is when miniature painting was most celebrated, and this painting is known as a Mughal miniature painting. Natural elements such as stones and vegetables and indigo are often used to create these works of art. This painting is about 20 years old.

Framed

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Indian Maharani Miniature Painting
$150

Traditional Indian miniature painting of a maharani (Hindu princess). Miniature paintings are made using intricate brushwork, always portraying the culture and tradtiions of Indian life. During the Mughal period is when miniature painting was most celebrated, and this painting is known as a Mughal miniature painting. Natural elements such as stones and vegetables and indigo are often used to create these works of art. This painting is about 20 years old.

Framed

Traditional Rajasthani Indian minature painting showing the royal status of a maharaja riding his horse. A horse was a sign of wealth during the ruling period, as were decorative jewels as shown in this patining - further solidifying the maharajas ruling status. Natural elements such as stones and vegetables and indigo are often used to create these works of art. This painting is about 20 years old.

Framed

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Indian Maharaja on Horse Miniature Painting
$350

Traditional Rajasthani Indian minature painting showing the royal status of a maharaja riding his horse. A horse was a sign of wealth during the ruling period, as were decorative jewels as shown in this patining - further solidifying the maharajas ruling status. Natural elements such as stones and vegetables and indigo are often used to create these works of art. This painting is about 20 years old.

Framed

Traditional Indian miniature painting of a maharaja (king) maharani (Hindu princess). Miniature paintings are made using intricate brushwork, always portraying the culture and tradtiions of Indian life - in this case, love. During the Mughal period is when miniature painting was most celebrated, and this painting is known as a Mughal miniature painting. Natural elements such as stones and vegetables and indigo are often used to create these works of art. This painting is about 20 years old.

Framed.

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Indian Maharaja & Maharani Miniature Painting
$350

Traditional Indian miniature painting of a maharaja (king) maharani (Hindu princess). Miniature paintings are made using intricate brushwork, always portraying the culture and tradtiions of Indian life - in this case, love. During the Mughal period is when miniature painting was most celebrated, and this painting is known as a Mughal miniature painting. Natural elements such as stones and vegetables and indigo are often used to create these works of art. This painting is about 20 years old.

Framed.

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches (framed), Jaipur, India.

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Miniature Tree Painting No. 16
$500

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches (framed), Jaipur, India.

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches (framed), Jaipur, India.

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Miniature Tree Painting No. 17
$500

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches (framed), Jaipur, India.

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches(framed), Jaipur, India.

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Miniature Tree Painting No. 18
$500

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches(framed), Jaipur, India.

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches (framed), Jaipur, India.

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Miniature Tree Painting No. 19
$500

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches (framed), Jaipur, India.

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur. Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang. Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses. Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches (framed), Jaipur, India.

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Miniature Tree Painting No. 20
$500

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur. Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang. Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses. Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches (framed), Jaipur, India.

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches (framed), Jaipur, India.

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Miniature Tree Painting No. 22
$500

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches (framed), Jaipur, India.

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches (framed), Jaipur, India.

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Miniature Tree Painting No. 23
$500

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches (framed), Jaipur, India.

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches (framed), Jaipur, India.

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Miniature Tree Painting No. 24
$500

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches (framed), Jaipur, India.

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches (framed), Jaipur, India.

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Miniature Tree Painting No. 25
$500

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches (framed), Jaipur, India.

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches (framed), Jaipur, India.

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Miniature Tree Painting No. 27
$500

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches (framed), Jaipur, India.

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches (framed), Jaipur, India.

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Miniature Tree Painting No. 29
$500

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches (framed), Jaipur, India.

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches (framed), Jaipur, India.

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Miniature Tree Painting No. 30
$500

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal. It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings are still abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper with vintage inlaid wood frame, 11 x 6.5 inches (framed), Jaipur, India.

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal.  It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Each tree is framed and sold individually. 

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 7.5 x 6 inches framed. Made in India.

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Miniature Tree Painting No. 13
$350

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal.  It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Each tree is framed and sold individually. 

Contemporary, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 7.5 x 6 inches framed. Made in India.

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal.  It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Each tree is framed and sold individually. 

Contemporary, natural materials and minerals on handmade paper, 7.5 x 6 inches framed. Made in India.

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Miniature Tree Painting No. 14
$350

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal.  It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Each tree is framed and sold individually. 

Contemporary, natural materials and minerals on handmade paper, 7.5 x 6 inches framed. Made in India.

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal.  It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Each tree is framed and sold individually. 

Contemporary, natural materials and minerals on handmade paper, 7.5 x 6 inches framed. Made in India.

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Miniature Tree Painting No. 15
$350

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal.  It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Each tree is framed and sold individually. 

Contemporary, natural materials and minerals on handmade paper, 7.5 x 6 inches framed. Made in India.

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal.  It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Each tree is framed and sold individually. 

Contemporary, natural materials and minerals on handmade paper, 7.5 x 6 inches framed. Made in India.

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Miniature Tree Painting No. 16
$350

This collection of miniature tree paintings were made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur.  Painted on old rice paper in incredibly fine detail using natural pigments, these delicate trees come framed and ready to hang.  Indian miniature painting dates back to 750 A.D., originating in Bengal.  It became popular during the Mughal rule, and often depicted the life of Indian royals and gods and goddesses.  Miniature painting still continues throughout India, and while traditional paintings abound, there are many modern and contemporary subjects being painted.

Each tree is framed and sold individually. 

Contemporary, natural materials and minerals on handmade paper, 7.5 x 6 inches framed. Made in India.

Sheet music from the 1910s is decorated in marker with a contemporary drawing of a matador. Signed by an unknown artist. 1910 sheet music, contemporary drawing. Made in Mexico.

12.25 x 9.25 inches, contemporary. Made in Mexico.

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Matador Painting No. 1
$200

Sheet music from the 1910s is decorated in marker with a contemporary drawing of a matador. Signed by an unknown artist. 1910 sheet music, contemporary drawing. Made in Mexico.

12.25 x 9.25 inches, contemporary. Made in Mexico.

This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 11.5 x 5.5 inches. Price upon request

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Tantra No. 1
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This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 11.5 x 5.5 inches. Price upon request

This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 11.5 x 5.5 inches. Price upon request

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Tantra No. 2
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This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 11.5 x 5.5 inches. Price upon request

This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 11.5 x 5.5 inches. Price upon request

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Tantra No. 3
Price Upon Request

This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 11.5 x 5.5 inches. Price upon request

This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 11.5 x 5.5 inches. Price upon request

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Tantra No. 4
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This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 11.5 x 5.5 inches. Price upon request

This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 11.5 x 5.5 inches. Price upon request

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Tantra No. 5
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This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 11.5 x 5.5 inches. Price upon request

This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 11.5 x 5.5 inches. Price upon request

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Tantra No. 6
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This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 11.5 x 5.5 inches. Price upon request

This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 11.5 x 5.5 inches. Price upon request

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Tantra No. 7
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This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 11.5 x 5.5 inches. Price upon request

This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 11.5 x 5.5 inches. Price upon request

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TANTRA NO. 8
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This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 11.5 x 5.5 inches. Price upon request

This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 11.5 x 5.5 inches. Price upon request

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Tantra No. 9
Price Upon Request

This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 11.5 x 5.5 inches. Price upon request

This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural materials and minerals on handmade paper, 9 x 6¾ inches. Price upon request

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TANTRA NO. 10
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This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural materials and minerals on handmade paper, 9 x 6¾ inches. Price upon request

This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 13.5 x 8.75 inches. Price upon request

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TANTRA NO. 11
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This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 13.5 x 8.75 inches. Price upon request

This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 9 x 7 inches. Price upon request

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Tantric Triangle Painting No. 1
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This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 9 x 7 inches. Price upon request

This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 9 x 7 inches. Price upon request

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Tantric Triangle Painting No. 2
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This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 9 x 7 inches. Price upon request

This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 9 x 7 inches. Price upon request

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Tantric Triangle Painting No. 3
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This collection of tantric art dates back to the 1960s and was discovered in Delhi and Jaipur, India.  The mystical paintings are both rare and extraordinary, each of them communicating a spiritual narrative through iconic symbols known as yantra.  Key elements associated with Indian tantric art are higher consciousness, enlightenment, and divinity, as referenced in these artworks through the energy patterns of yantra, where creation and control of ideas are said to be possible, most often manifested through meditation.  Both geometric and abstract shapes are used in the paintings as a way of portraying a deity.

Anonymous, 1960s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 9 x 7 inches. Price upon request

Ancient Eastern Indian mythology shows the fish as a symbol of transformation and creation, connecting humans with the element of water.  In this tantric painting, fish are swimming in a circle of water representing awareness of the higher self. Strength, serenity, and endurance are also qualities associated with aquatic animals.  This painting was discovered in Jaipur, India.

Anonymous, 1980s/90s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 9.25 x 5 inches, Made in India.

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Tantric Fish Painting
$200

Ancient Eastern Indian mythology shows the fish as a symbol of transformation and creation, connecting humans with the element of water.  In this tantric painting, fish are swimming in a circle of water representing awareness of the higher self. Strength, serenity, and endurance are also qualities associated with aquatic animals.  This painting was discovered in Jaipur, India.

Anonymous, 1980s/90s, natural pigments and minerals on handmade paper, 9.25 x 5 inches, Made in India.

Incredibly detailed butterfly painting made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur, India. Electric butterflies against a black background painted on handmade paper dyed in indigo blue. Painted in fine detail using natural pigments.

18 x 13.25 inches, 2017, Jaipur, India.

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Miniature Butterfly Painting No. 1
$1,100

Incredibly detailed butterfly painting made by a master miniature painter in Jaipur, India. Electric butterflies against a black background painted on handmade paper dyed in indigo blue. Painted in fine detail using natural pigments.

18 x 13.25 inches, 2017, Jaipur, India.

This kite is a contemporary work of art by the son of a prolific tantra painter in Jaipur. While it has some of the visual characteristics of a yantra symbol, it is not recognized as tantra art but rather as an ode to one of the most celebrated festivals in India.

In India, the kite symbolizes high aspirations and an elevated vision. During Makar Sankranti (or Uttarayan), flying a kite is an important ritual. The kite festival happens every year when winter ends and spring begins, with the sun moving into Capricorn. It represents the start of a new season. This painting was found in Jaipur, India.

11.5 x 6 inches, gouache on paper, 2000s, Made in India.

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KITE PAINTING, NO. 1
$800

This kite is a contemporary work of art by the son of a prolific tantra painter in Jaipur. While it has some of the visual characteristics of a yantra symbol, it is not recognized as tantra art but rather as an ode to one of the most celebrated festivals in India.

In India, the kite symbolizes high aspirations and an elevated vision. During Makar Sankranti (or Uttarayan), flying a kite is an important ritual. The kite festival happens every year when winter ends and spring begins, with the sun moving into Capricorn. It represents the start of a new season. This painting was found in Jaipur, India.

11.5 x 6 inches, gouache on paper, 2000s, Made in India.

This kite is a contemporary work of art by the son of a prolific tantra painter in Jaipur. While it has some of the visual characteristics of a yantra symbol, it is not recognized as tantra art but rather as an ode to one of the most celebrated festivals in India.

In India, the kite symbolizes high aspirations and an elevated vision. During Makar Sankranti (or Uttarayan), flying a kite is an important ritual. The kite festival happens every year when winter ends and spring begins, with the sun moving into Capricorn. It represents the start of a new season. This painting was found in Jaipur, India.

11.5 x 6 inches, gouache on paper, 2000s, Made in India.

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KITE PAINTING, NO. 2
$800

This kite is a contemporary work of art by the son of a prolific tantra painter in Jaipur. While it has some of the visual characteristics of a yantra symbol, it is not recognized as tantra art but rather as an ode to one of the most celebrated festivals in India.

In India, the kite symbolizes high aspirations and an elevated vision. During Makar Sankranti (or Uttarayan), flying a kite is an important ritual. The kite festival happens every year when winter ends and spring begins, with the sun moving into Capricorn. It represents the start of a new season. This painting was found in Jaipur, India.

11.5 x 6 inches, gouache on paper, 2000s, Made in India.

Painted in the 19th c. and then printed on handmade paper, this collection of unusually stunning sea creatures are the work of an unknown artist in France.  On the back of each print are descriptions of the fish, written in calligraphy.  These prints were part of a larger collection and found as is.

France, 19th c., 11.75 x 12.75 inches.

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19th c. Sea Creature Print No. 26
$300

Painted in the 19th c. and then printed on handmade paper, this collection of unusually stunning sea creatures are the work of an unknown artist in France.  On the back of each print are descriptions of the fish, written in calligraphy.  These prints were part of a larger collection and found as is.

France, 19th c., 11.75 x 12.75 inches.

Painted in the 19th c. and then printed on handmade paper, this collection of unusually stunning sea creatures are the work of an unknown artist in France.  On the back of each print are descriptions of the fish, written in calligraphy.  These prints were part of a larger collection and found as is.  

France, 19th c., 11.75 x 12.75 inches. Made in France.

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19th c. Sea Creature Print No. 37
$300

Painted in the 19th c. and then printed on handmade paper, this collection of unusually stunning sea creatures are the work of an unknown artist in France.  On the back of each print are descriptions of the fish, written in calligraphy.  These prints were part of a larger collection and found as is.  

France, 19th c., 11.75 x 12.75 inches. Made in France.

Painted in the 19th c. and then printed on handmade paper, this collection of unusually stunning sea creatures are the work of an unknown artist in France.  On the back of each print are descriptions of the fish, written in calligraphy.  These prints were part of a larger collection and found as is.  

France, 19th c., 11.75 x 12.75 inches.

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19th c. Sea Creature Print No. 1
$300

Painted in the 19th c. and then printed on handmade paper, this collection of unusually stunning sea creatures are the work of an unknown artist in France.  On the back of each print are descriptions of the fish, written in calligraphy.  These prints were part of a larger collection and found as is.  

France, 19th c., 11.75 x 12.75 inches.

Painted in the 19th c. and then printed on handmade paper, this collection of unusually stunning sea creatures are the work of an unknown artist in France.  On the back of each print are descriptions of the fish, written in calligraphy.  These prints were part of a larger collection and found as is.  

France, 19th c., 11.75 x 12.75 inches.

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19th c. Sea Creature Print No. 3
$300

Painted in the 19th c. and then printed on handmade paper, this collection of unusually stunning sea creatures are the work of an unknown artist in France.  On the back of each print are descriptions of the fish, written in calligraphy.  These prints were part of a larger collection and found as is.  

France, 19th c., 11.75 x 12.75 inches.

Painted in the 19th c. and then printed on handmade paper, this collection of unusually stunning sea creatures are the work of an unknown artist in France.  On the back of each print are descriptions of the fish, written in calligraphy.  These prints were part of a larger collection and found as is.  

France, 19th c., 11.75 x 12.75 inches.

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19th c. Sea Creature Print No. 4
$300

Painted in the 19th c. and then printed on handmade paper, this collection of unusually stunning sea creatures are the work of an unknown artist in France.  On the back of each print are descriptions of the fish, written in calligraphy.  These prints were part of a larger collection and found as is.  

France, 19th c., 11.75 x 12.75 inches.

Painted in the 19th c. and then printed on handmade paper, this collection of unusually stunning sea creatures are the work of an unknown artist in France.  On the back of each print are descriptions of the fish, written in calligraphy.  These prints were part of a larger collection and found as is.  

France, 19th c., 11.75 x 12.75 inches.

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19th c. Sea Creature Print No. 49
$300

Painted in the 19th c. and then printed on handmade paper, this collection of unusually stunning sea creatures are the work of an unknown artist in France.  On the back of each print are descriptions of the fish, written in calligraphy.  These prints were part of a larger collection and found as is.  

France, 19th c., 11.75 x 12.75 inches.

Vintage Indian paper that was used as a label for bolts of fabric from India that was exported to England. Fabric often included various label designs such as this one.

9.5 x 8 inches framed, 6.25 x 4.75 inches image, 1950s/60s, Made in India.

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Bombay and Calcutta Label
$125

Vintage Indian paper that was used as a label for bolts of fabric from India that was exported to England. Fabric often included various label designs such as this one.

9.5 x 8 inches framed, 6.25 x 4.75 inches image, 1950s/60s, Made in India.

This collection of Jean-Baptiste Pillement prints date back to the 18th c. and feature his illustrations of romantic, otherworldly florals. This particular print mentions his wife, Anne Allen, an engraver of his illustrations.  Pillement was a designer, illustrator, interior decorator, and printmaker known for his Rococo and chinoiserie style.  He was a court painter to Marie Antoinette at Versailles, and interior decorator for the King of Poland.  Jean-Baptiste Pillement’s designs were often used on wallpaper, textiles, porcelain and silver.  

14.75 x 10.75 inches (with mat), 12 x 8.25 inches (plate), unframed. Made in France.

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Jean-Baptiste Pillement Botanical Print No. 1
$250

This collection of Jean-Baptiste Pillement prints date back to the 18th c. and feature his illustrations of romantic, otherworldly florals. This particular print mentions his wife, Anne Allen, an engraver of his illustrations.  Pillement was a designer, illustrator, interior decorator, and printmaker known for his Rococo and chinoiserie style.  He was a court painter to Marie Antoinette at Versailles, and interior decorator for the King of Poland.  Jean-Baptiste Pillement’s designs were often used on wallpaper, textiles, porcelain and silver.  

14.75 x 10.75 inches (with mat), 12 x 8.25 inches (plate), unframed. Made in France.

This collection of Jean-Baptiste Pillement prints date back to the 18th c. and feature his illustrations of romantic, otherworldly florals.  This particular print was designed by Pillement and engraved by Pierre-Charles Canot.  Pillement was a designer, illustrator, interior decorator, and printmaker known for his Rococo and chinoiserie style.  He was a court painter to Marie Antoinette at Versailles, and interior decorator for the King of Poland.  Jean-Baptiste Pillement’s designs were often used on wallpaper, textiles, porcelain and silver.  

10.75 x 14.75 inches (with mat), 8.25 x 12 inches (plate), unframed. Made in France.

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Jean-Baptiste Pillement Botanical Print No. 2
$250

This collection of Jean-Baptiste Pillement prints date back to the 18th c. and feature his illustrations of romantic, otherworldly florals.  This particular print was designed by Pillement and engraved by Pierre-Charles Canot.  Pillement was a designer, illustrator, interior decorator, and printmaker known for his Rococo and chinoiserie style.  He was a court painter to Marie Antoinette at Versailles, and interior decorator for the King of Poland.  Jean-Baptiste Pillement’s designs were often used on wallpaper, textiles, porcelain and silver.  

10.75 x 14.75 inches (with mat), 8.25 x 12 inches (plate), unframed. Made in France.

This collection of Jean-Baptiste Pillement prints date back to the 18th c. and feature his illustrations of romantic, otherworldly florals.  Pillement was a designer, illustrator, interior decorator, and printmaker known for his Rococo and chinoiserie style.  He was a court painter to Marie Antoinette at Versailles, and interior decorator for the King of Poland.  Jean-Baptiste Pillement’s designs were often used on wallpaper, textiles, porcelain and silver.  

14.75 x 10.75 inches (with mat), 12 x 8.25 inches (plate), unframed. Made in France.

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Jean-Baptiste Pillement Botanical Print No. 3
$250

This collection of Jean-Baptiste Pillement prints date back to the 18th c. and feature his illustrations of romantic, otherworldly florals.  Pillement was a designer, illustrator, interior decorator, and printmaker known for his Rococo and chinoiserie style.  He was a court painter to Marie Antoinette at Versailles, and interior decorator for the King of Poland.  Jean-Baptiste Pillement’s designs were often used on wallpaper, textiles, porcelain and silver.  

14.75 x 10.75 inches (with mat), 12 x 8.25 inches (plate), unframed. Made in France.

This collection of Jean-Baptiste Pillement prints date back to the 18th c. and feature his illustrations of romantic, otherworldly florals. This particular print was designed for the manufacture of fabrics of Persia.  Pillement was a designer, illustrator, interior decorator, and printmaker known for his Rococo and chinoiserie style.  He was a court painter to Marie Antoinette at Versailles, and interior decorator for the King of Poland (as stated in this print, “Painter of His Majesty The King of Poland).  Jean-Baptiste Pillement’s designs were often used on wallpaper, textiles, porcelain and silver.  

14.75 x 10.75 inches (with mat), 12 x 8.25 inches (plate), unframed. Made in France.

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Jean-Baptiste Pillement Botanical Print No. 4
$250

This collection of Jean-Baptiste Pillement prints date back to the 18th c. and feature his illustrations of romantic, otherworldly florals. This particular print was designed for the manufacture of fabrics of Persia.  Pillement was a designer, illustrator, interior decorator, and printmaker known for his Rococo and chinoiserie style.  He was a court painter to Marie Antoinette at Versailles, and interior decorator for the King of Poland (as stated in this print, “Painter of His Majesty The King of Poland).  Jean-Baptiste Pillement’s designs were often used on wallpaper, textiles, porcelain and silver.  

14.75 x 10.75 inches (with mat), 12 x 8.25 inches (plate), unframed. Made in France.

This collection of Jean-Baptiste Pillement prints date back to the 18th c. and feature his illustrations of romantic, otherworldly florals.  Pillement was a designer, illustrator, interior decorator, and printmaker known for his Rococo and chinoiserie style.  He was a court painter to Marie Antoinette at Versailles, and interior decorator for the King of Poland.  Jean-Baptiste Pillement’s designs were often used on wallpaper, textiles, porcelain and silver.  

14.75 x 10.75 inches (with mat), 12 x 8.25 inches (plate), unframed. Made in France.

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Jean-Baptiste Pillement Botanical Print No. 5
$250

This collection of Jean-Baptiste Pillement prints date back to the 18th c. and feature his illustrations of romantic, otherworldly florals.  Pillement was a designer, illustrator, interior decorator, and printmaker known for his Rococo and chinoiserie style.  He was a court painter to Marie Antoinette at Versailles, and interior decorator for the King of Poland.  Jean-Baptiste Pillement’s designs were often used on wallpaper, textiles, porcelain and silver.  

14.75 x 10.75 inches (with mat), 12 x 8.25 inches (plate), unframed. Made in France.

Made by a remarkable sculptor in Milan since 1974, these Classical reliefs and sculptures are a sublime interpretation of Roman and Greek gods and goddesses.  Each is made entirely of plaster, and can be displayed on a wall or on a table. Discovered in Milan, Italy.

8.25 x 6 inches. Made in Milan, Italy.

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Classical Plaster Cast No. 10
$375

Made by a remarkable sculptor in Milan since 1974, these Classical reliefs and sculptures are a sublime interpretation of Roman and Greek gods and goddesses.  Each is made entirely of plaster, and can be displayed on a wall or on a table. Discovered in Milan, Italy.

8.25 x 6 inches. Made in Milan, Italy.

Made by a remarkable sculptor in Milan since 1974, these Classical reliefs and sculptures are a sublime interpretation of Roman and Greek gods and goddesses.  Each is made entirely of plaster, and can be displayed on a wall or on a table. Discovered in Milan, Italy.

8 x 6 inches. Made in Milan, Italy.

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Classical Plaster Cast No. 7
$375

Made by a remarkable sculptor in Milan since 1974, these Classical reliefs and sculptures are a sublime interpretation of Roman and Greek gods and goddesses.  Each is made entirely of plaster, and can be displayed on a wall or on a table. Discovered in Milan, Italy.

8 x 6 inches. Made in Milan, Italy.

Made by a remarkable sculptor in Milan since 1974, these Classical reliefs and sculptures are a sublime interpretation of Roman and Greek gods and goddesses.  Each is made entirely of plaster, and can be displayed on a wall or on a table. Discovered in Milan, Italy.

8.25 x 6 inches. Made in Milan, Italy.

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Classical Plaster Cast No. 9
$375

Made by a remarkable sculptor in Milan since 1974, these Classical reliefs and sculptures are a sublime interpretation of Roman and Greek gods and goddesses.  Each is made entirely of plaster, and can be displayed on a wall or on a table. Discovered in Milan, Italy.

8.25 x 6 inches. Made in Milan, Italy.

Made by a remarkable sculptor in Milan since 1974, these Classical reliefs and sculptures are a sublime interpretation of Roman and Greek gods and goddesses.  Each is made entirely of plaster, and can be displayed on a wall or on a table. Discovered in Milan, Italy.

6 x 4 inches. Made in Milan, Italy.

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Classical Plaster Cast No. 5
$325

Made by a remarkable sculptor in Milan since 1974, these Classical reliefs and sculptures are a sublime interpretation of Roman and Greek gods and goddesses.  Each is made entirely of plaster, and can be displayed on a wall or on a table. Discovered in Milan, Italy.

6 x 4 inches. Made in Milan, Italy.

Made by a remarkable sculptor in Milan since 1974, these Classical reliefs and sculptures are a sublime interpretation of Roman and Greek gods and goddesses.  Each is made entirely of plaster, and can be displayed on a wall or on a table. Discovered in Milan, Italy.

8.5 x 5 inches. Made in Milan, Italy.

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Classical Plaster Cast No. 6
$325

Made by a remarkable sculptor in Milan since 1974, these Classical reliefs and sculptures are a sublime interpretation of Roman and Greek gods and goddesses.  Each is made entirely of plaster, and can be displayed on a wall or on a table. Discovered in Milan, Italy.

8.5 x 5 inches. Made in Milan, Italy.

Made by a remarkable sculptor in Milan since 1974, these Classical reliefs and sculptures are a sublime interpretation of Roman and Greek gods and goddesses.  Each is made entirely of plaster, and can be displayed on a wall or on a table. Discovered in Milan, Italy.

5.5 x 7 inches. Made in Milan, Italy.

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Classical Plaster Cast No. 4
$325

Made by a remarkable sculptor in Milan since 1974, these Classical reliefs and sculptures are a sublime interpretation of Roman and Greek gods and goddesses.  Each is made entirely of plaster, and can be displayed on a wall or on a table. Discovered in Milan, Italy.

5.5 x 7 inches. Made in Milan, Italy.

Made by a remarkable sculptor in Milan since 1974, these Classical reliefs and sculptures are a sublime interpretation of Roman and Greek gods and goddesses.  Each is made entirely of plaster, and can be displayed on a wall or on a table. Discovered in Milan, Italy.

Made in Milan, Italy.

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Classical Plaster Cast No. 11
$325

Made by a remarkable sculptor in Milan since 1974, these Classical reliefs and sculptures are a sublime interpretation of Roman and Greek gods and goddesses.  Each is made entirely of plaster, and can be displayed on a wall or on a table. Discovered in Milan, Italy.

Made in Milan, Italy.

Made by a remarkable sculptor in Milan since 1974, these Classical reliefs and sculptures are a sublime interpretation of Roman and Greek gods and goddesses.  Each is made entirely of plaster, and can be displayed on a wall or on a table. Discovered in Milan, Italy.

5 x 8.5 inches. Made in Milan, Italy.

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Classical Plaster Cast No. 8
$325

Made by a remarkable sculptor in Milan since 1974, these Classical reliefs and sculptures are a sublime interpretation of Roman and Greek gods and goddesses.  Each is made entirely of plaster, and can be displayed on a wall or on a table. Discovered in Milan, Italy.

5 x 8.5 inches. Made in Milan, Italy.

Made by a remarkable sculptor in Milan since 1974, these Classical reliefs and sculptures are a sublime interpretation of Roman and Greek gods and goddesses.  Each is made entirely of plaster, and can be displayed on a wall or on a table. Discovered in Milan, Italy.

2.5 x 6.75 inches. Made in Milan, Italy.

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Classical Plaster Cast No. 2
$150

Made by a remarkable sculptor in Milan since 1974, these Classical reliefs and sculptures are a sublime interpretation of Roman and Greek gods and goddesses.  Each is made entirely of plaster, and can be displayed on a wall or on a table. Discovered in Milan, Italy.

2.5 x 6.75 inches. Made in Milan, Italy.

Made by a remarkable sculptor in Milan since 1974, these Classical reliefs and sculptures are a sublime interpretation of Roman and Greek gods and goddesses.  Each is made entirely of plaster, and can be displayed on a wall or on a table. Discovered in Milan, Italy.

2.25 x 5 inches. Made in Milan, Italy.

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Classical Plaster Cast No. 1
$125

Made by a remarkable sculptor in Milan since 1974, these Classical reliefs and sculptures are a sublime interpretation of Roman and Greek gods and goddesses.  Each is made entirely of plaster, and can be displayed on a wall or on a table. Discovered in Milan, Italy.

2.25 x 5 inches. Made in Milan, Italy.

Following in the tradition of 18th century techniques, the Paris-based atelier of A Paris Chez Antoinette Poisson designs and creates romantically beautiful domino papers by hand that are single works of art. The domino papers are also made to cover their collection of bound notebooks and stationary.  Kneeland Co. is proud to be the exclusive LA stockist of this Antoinette Poisson assortment.

18 x 14 inches. Made in France.

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Antoinette Poisson Domino Paper No. 1
$125

Following in the tradition of 18th century techniques, the Paris-based atelier of A Paris Chez Antoinette Poisson designs and creates romantically beautiful domino papers by hand that are single works of art. The domino papers are also made to cover their collection of bound notebooks and stationary.  Kneeland Co. is proud to be the exclusive LA stockist of this Antoinette Poisson assortment.

18 x 14 inches. Made in France.

Following in the tradition of 18th century techniques, the Paris-based atelier of A Paris Chez Antoinette Poisson designs and creates romantically beautiful domino papers by hand that are single works of art. The domino papers are also made to cover their collection of bound notebooks and stationary.  Kneeland Co. is proud to be the exclusive LA stockist of this Antoinette Poisson assortment.

18 x 14 inches.Made in France.

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Antoinette Poisson Domino Paper No. 2
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Following in the tradition of 18th century techniques, the Paris-based atelier of A Paris Chez Antoinette Poisson designs and creates romantically beautiful domino papers by hand that are single works of art. The domino papers are also made to cover their collection of bound notebooks and stationary.  Kneeland Co. is proud to be the exclusive LA stockist of this Antoinette Poisson assortment.

18 x 14 inches.Made in France.

Following in the tradition of 18th century techniques, the Paris-based atelier of A Paris Chez Antoinette Poisson designs and creates romantically beautiful domino papers by hand that are single works of art. The domino papers are also made to cover their collection of bound notebooks and stationary.  Kneeland Co. is proud to be the exclusive LA stockist of this Antoinette Poisson assortment.

18 x 14 inches. Made in France.

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Antoinette Poisson Domino Paper No. 16
$75

Following in the tradition of 18th century techniques, the Paris-based atelier of A Paris Chez Antoinette Poisson designs and creates romantically beautiful domino papers by hand that are single works of art. The domino papers are also made to cover their collection of bound notebooks and stationary.  Kneeland Co. is proud to be the exclusive LA stockist of this Antoinette Poisson assortment.

18 x 14 inches. Made in France.

Following in the tradition of 18th century techniques, the Paris-based atelier of A Paris Chez Antoinette Poisson designs and creates romantically beautiful domino papers by hand that are single works of art. The domino papers are also made to cover their collection of bound notebooks and stationary.  Kneeland Co. is proud to be the exclusive LA stockist of this Antoinette Poisson assortment.

18 x 14 inches. Made in France.

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Antoinette Poisson Domino Paper No. 17
$75

Following in the tradition of 18th century techniques, the Paris-based atelier of A Paris Chez Antoinette Poisson designs and creates romantically beautiful domino papers by hand that are single works of art. The domino papers are also made to cover their collection of bound notebooks and stationary.  Kneeland Co. is proud to be the exclusive LA stockist of this Antoinette Poisson assortment.

18 x 14 inches. Made in France.

Following in the tradition of 18th century techniques, the Paris-based atelier of A Paris Chez Antoinette Poisson designs and creates romantically beautiful domino papers by hand that are single works of art. The domino papers are also made to cover their collection of bound notebooks and stationary.  Kneeland Co. is proud to be the exclusive LA stockist of this Antoinette Poisson assortment.

18 x 14 inches. Made in France.

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Antoinette Poisson Domino Paper No. 20
$60

Following in the tradition of 18th century techniques, the Paris-based atelier of A Paris Chez Antoinette Poisson designs and creates romantically beautiful domino papers by hand that are single works of art. The domino papers are also made to cover their collection of bound notebooks and stationary.  Kneeland Co. is proud to be the exclusive LA stockist of this Antoinette Poisson assortment.

18 x 14 inches. Made in France.

Following in the tradition of 18th century techniques, the Paris-based atelier of A Paris Chez Antoinette Poisson designs and creates romantically beautiful domino papers by hand that are single works of art. The domino papers are also made to cover their collection of bound notebooks and stationary.  Kneeland Co. is proud to be the exclusive LA stockist of this Antoinette Poisson assortment. Notebooks available in 5 patterns.

8.25 x 5.5 inches, 160 pages. Sold individually. Made in France.

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Antoinette Poisson Notebooks
$42

Following in the tradition of 18th century techniques, the Paris-based atelier of A Paris Chez Antoinette Poisson designs and creates romantically beautiful domino papers by hand that are single works of art. The domino papers are also made to cover their collection of bound notebooks and stationary.  Kneeland Co. is proud to be the exclusive LA stockist of this Antoinette Poisson assortment. Notebooks available in 5 patterns.

8.25 x 5.5 inches, 160 pages. Sold individually. Made in France.

Following in the tradition of 18th century techniques, the Paris-based atelier of A Paris Chez Antoinette Poisson designs and creates romantically beautiful domino papers by hand that are single works of art. The domino papers are also made to cover their collection of bound notebooks and stationary.  Kneeland Co. is proud to be the exclusive LA stockist of this Antoinette Poisson assortment.

18 x 14 inches. Made in France.

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Antoinette Poisson Domino Paper No. 32
$60

Following in the tradition of 18th century techniques, the Paris-based atelier of A Paris Chez Antoinette Poisson designs and creates romantically beautiful domino papers by hand that are single works of art. The domino papers are also made to cover their collection of bound notebooks and stationary.  Kneeland Co. is proud to be the exclusive LA stockist of this Antoinette Poisson assortment.

18 x 14 inches. Made in France.

Vintage English Staffordshire lustreware pitcher made of copper and porcelain with a hand painted blue detail.

England, 20th c.

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Copper & Porcelain Lustreware Pitcher
$125

Vintage English Staffordshire lustreware pitcher made of copper and porcelain with a hand painted blue detail.

England, 20th c.

Influenced by Italian and Chinese manufacturers, Delft tiles originated in the 16th century and were initially created for practical purposes in the home.  They were later used for decoration, with scenes depicting everyday life such as this collection that dates back to the 19th century.

5 x 5 inches. Made in The Netherlands.

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Delft Tile No. 4
$150

Influenced by Italian and Chinese manufacturers, Delft tiles originated in the 16th century and were initially created for practical purposes in the home.  They were later used for decoration, with scenes depicting everyday life such as this collection that dates back to the 19th century.

5 x 5 inches. Made in The Netherlands.

Influenced by Italian and Chinese manufacturers, Delft tiles originated in the 16th century and were initially created for practical purposes in the home.  They were later used for decoration, with scenes depicting everyday life such as this collection that dates back to the 19th century.

5 x 5 inches. Made in The Netherlands.

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Delft Tile No. 2
$150

Influenced by Italian and Chinese manufacturers, Delft tiles originated in the 16th century and were initially created for practical purposes in the home.  They were later used for decoration, with scenes depicting everyday life such as this collection that dates back to the 19th century.

5 x 5 inches. Made in The Netherlands.

Influenced by Italian and Chinese manufacturers, Delft tiles originated in the 16th century and were initially created for practical purposes in the home.  They were later used for decoration, with scenes depicting everyday life such as this collection that dates back to the 19th century.

4.5 x 4.5 inches. Made in The Netherlands.

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Delft Tile No. 1
$150

Influenced by Italian and Chinese manufacturers, Delft tiles originated in the 16th century and were initially created for practical purposes in the home.  They were later used for decoration, with scenes depicting everyday life such as this collection that dates back to the 19th century.

4.5 x 4.5 inches. Made in The Netherlands.

La Testa di Moro, the Sicilian legend of a clandestine love affair between a couple is depicted in these two white and gold ceramic planters made a family in Sicily.  Can be used as planters or a decorative objects. Discovered as part of a larger collection in London.

Sold as a set. 6.75 x 4.75 inches each. Made in Italy.

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Pair of Sicilian Portrait Vases
$600

La Testa di Moro, the Sicilian legend of a clandestine love affair between a couple is depicted in these two white and gold ceramic planters made a family in Sicily.  Can be used as planters or a decorative objects. Discovered as part of a larger collection in London.

Sold as a set. 6.75 x 4.75 inches each. Made in Italy.

A beautifully decorated vintage majolica pitcher made in Puente, Castile in the early 20th c.  The brown, green, and yellow colors are in tradition of this type of Spanish pottery.

7.5 x 4.5 inches, early 20th c., made in Spain.

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Spanish Majolica Pitcher
$250

A beautifully decorated vintage majolica pitcher made in Puente, Castile in the early 20th c.  The brown, green, and yellow colors are in tradition of this type of Spanish pottery.

7.5 x 4.5 inches, early 20th c., made in Spain.

Vintage majolica leaf plate, made in England in the late 19th c./early 20th c.  Can be used for serving or as a decorative piece.

10 x 9.5 inches, 19th-20th c., made in England.

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Leaf Majolica Plate
$125

Vintage majolica leaf plate, made in England in the late 19th c./early 20th c.  Can be used for serving or as a decorative piece.

10 x 9.5 inches, 19th-20th c., made in England.

Made by the Huichol community in the mountainous region of northern Mexico, this couple was made by hand using tiny beads. This folk art dates back centuries and symbolizes the spiritual practice of communicating with the gods. Discovered in Mexico City.

Sold as a pair, Male figure: 9.25 inches height, Female figure: 8.75 inches height, made in Mexico.

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Huichol Beaded Man and Woman
$400

Made by the Huichol community in the mountainous region of northern Mexico, this couple was made by hand using tiny beads. This folk art dates back centuries and symbolizes the spiritual practice of communicating with the gods. Discovered in Mexico City.

Sold as a pair, Male figure: 9.25 inches height, Female figure: 8.75 inches height, made in Mexico.

Made by the Huichol community in mountainous region of northern Mexico, this decorative jaguar head was made by hand using tiny beads. This folk art dates back centuries and symbolizes the spiritual practice of communicating with the gods. Known as a powerful symbol in Mexico for thousands of years, the jaguar is said to represent strength, cleverness, and a spiritual awakening.  Discovered in Mexico City.

4 x 3.5 inches, made in Mexico.

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Huichol Beaded Jaguar Head
$300

Made by the Huichol community in mountainous region of northern Mexico, this decorative jaguar head was made by hand using tiny beads. This folk art dates back centuries and symbolizes the spiritual practice of communicating with the gods. Known as a powerful symbol in Mexico for thousands of years, the jaguar is said to represent strength, cleverness, and a spiritual awakening.  Discovered in Mexico City.

4 x 3.5 inches, made in Mexico.

Made by the Huichol community in northern Mexico, this decorative snake was made by hand using tiny beads. This folk art dates back centuries and symbolizes the spiritual practice of communicating with the gods. In the Huichol community, the snake is said to represent the Rain Goddess.

8.5 x 1.5 x 0.75 inches, made in Mexico.

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Huichol Beaded Snake
$175

Made by the Huichol community in northern Mexico, this decorative snake was made by hand using tiny beads. This folk art dates back centuries and symbolizes the spiritual practice of communicating with the gods. In the Huichol community, the snake is said to represent the Rain Goddess.

8.5 x 1.5 x 0.75 inches, made in Mexico.

Rare, French 18th c. sterling silver spoon engraved with strawberries, complete with a scalloped edging.  Discovered in Paris, France.

18th c. Made in France.

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Antique Silver Engraved Serving Spoon with Scalloped Edges
$300

Rare, French 18th c. sterling silver spoon engraved with strawberries, complete with a scalloped edging.  Discovered in Paris, France.

18th c. Made in France.

Rare, French 18th c. sterling silver serving spoon with an engraved flora motif and decorative edging.  Discovered in Paris, France.

18th c. Made in France.

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Antique Silver Engraved Serving Spoon
$300

Rare, French 18th c. sterling silver serving spoon with an engraved flora motif and decorative edging.  Discovered in Paris, France.

18th c. Made in France.

This collection of wicker baskets with perfectly crafted ruffles were made in the town of Tequisquiapan in Querétaro, Mexico.  Each basket is sturdy and is both functional and decorative. Discovered in Mexico City.

Available in three sizes: 23 inch ($150), 18 inch ($125) and 15 inch ($75) diameters, made in Mexico.

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Ruffled Wicker Baskets
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This collection of wicker baskets with perfectly crafted ruffles were made in the town of Tequisquiapan in Querétaro, Mexico.  Each basket is sturdy and is both functional and decorative. Discovered in Mexico City.

Available in three sizes: 23 inch ($150), 18 inch ($125) and 15 inch ($75) diameters, made in Mexico.

This collection of wicker baskets with perfectly crafted ruffles were made in the town of Tequisquiapan in Querétaro, Mexico.  Each basket is sturdy and is both functional and decorative. Discovered in Mexico City. 

Available in three sizes: 19 inch ($175), 16 inch ($150) or 11.5 inch ($95) diameters. Made in Mexico.

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Ruffled Wicker Baskets
Priced By Size

This collection of wicker baskets with perfectly crafted ruffles were made in the town of Tequisquiapan in Querétaro, Mexico.  Each basket is sturdy and is both functional and decorative. Discovered in Mexico City. 

Available in three sizes: 19 inch ($175), 16 inch ($150) or 11.5 inch ($95) diameters. Made in Mexico.

Silver Milagro (miracle) hearts are made of metal, used in Mexico as spiritual and religious symbols and also for protection and good luck.  Discovered in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

Two sizes available. Large: 9 x 7 inches ($150) or Small: 6.5 x 4.25 inches ($125). Made in Mexico.

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Silver Milagro Hearts
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Silver Milagro (miracle) hearts are made of metal, used in Mexico as spiritual and religious symbols and also for protection and good luck.  Discovered in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

Two sizes available. Large: 9 x 7 inches ($150) or Small: 6.5 x 4.25 inches ($125). Made in Mexico.

These sets of colorful striped place settings are made from henequen, also known as agave, the plant species native to southern Mexico.  This collection was discovered in Mérida, Yucatån.

Sold in sets of 6, 4.75 x 10 inches, contemporary. Various colors available. Made in Mexico.

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Striped Henequen Place Settings
$60

These sets of colorful striped place settings are made from henequen, also known as agave, the plant species native to southern Mexico.  This collection was discovered in Mérida, Yucatån.

Sold in sets of 6, 4.75 x 10 inches, contemporary. Various colors available. Made in Mexico.

These sets of vibrant floral placemats are made from henequen, also known as agave, the plant species native to southern Mexico.  This collection was discovered in Mérida, Yucatån

Sold in sets of six, 10 x 16 inches, contemporary. Available in various colors. Made in Mexico.

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Floral Henequen Placemats
$125

These sets of vibrant floral placemats are made from henequen, also known as agave, the plant species native to southern Mexico.  This collection was discovered in Mérida, Yucatån

Sold in sets of six, 10 x 16 inches, contemporary. Available in various colors. Made in Mexico.

This Mexican dripware pitcher, also known as losa gotiada, was hand crafted in Oaxaca during the 1940s using red clay. The brown, yellow, blue, orange, and green glaze are traditional colors used in Oaxacan dripware pottery. Abstract designs are often seen in this type of pottery, and due to the hand work each piece is one-of-a-kind and has natural flaws. Discovered in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

8.75 x 8 x 4 inches, 1940s, made in Mexico.

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Round Oaxacan Dripware Pitcher
$250

This Mexican dripware pitcher, also known as losa gotiada, was hand crafted in Oaxaca during the 1940s using red clay. The brown, yellow, blue, orange, and green glaze are traditional colors used in Oaxacan dripware pottery. Abstract designs are often seen in this type of pottery, and due to the hand work each piece is one-of-a-kind and has natural flaws. Discovered in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

8.75 x 8 x 4 inches, 1940s, made in Mexico.

The cacao bean is a dried and fermented seed, also known as the basis for chocolate.  Cacao is Spanish for cocoa, and while it was domesticated by Mexico and Central America, it dates back to more than 4,000 years ago and was consumed in spiritual ceremonies in the Amazon. This stunning cacao bean was made as a sculpture in Oaxaca, Mexico.

6.5 x 2.75 x 2.75 inches, Mexico.

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Decorative Cacao Bean
$125

The cacao bean is a dried and fermented seed, also known as the basis for chocolate.  Cacao is Spanish for cocoa, and while it was domesticated by Mexico and Central America, it dates back to more than 4,000 years ago and was consumed in spiritual ceremonies in the Amazon. This stunning cacao bean was made as a sculpture in Oaxaca, Mexico.

6.5 x 2.75 x 2.75 inches, Mexico.

Known as a powerful symbol in Mexico for thousands of years, the jaguar is said to represent strength, cleverness, and a spiritual awakening.  This jaguar is made of wood and is hand painted and meant to be displayed on a wall. Made in Guerrero, Mexico.

3.75 x 3 x 1.75 inches, contemporary, Mexico.

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Jaguar Mask No. 3
$65

Known as a powerful symbol in Mexico for thousands of years, the jaguar is said to represent strength, cleverness, and a spiritual awakening.  This jaguar is made of wood and is hand painted and meant to be displayed on a wall. Made in Guerrero, Mexico.

3.75 x 3 x 1.75 inches, contemporary, Mexico.

Hand-painted Bulgarian pottery from the small Balkan town of Troyan, the only area where it is made. One of the oldest craft traditions in Bulgaria, this type of pottery was started in the 19th century and the mandala is said to represent the peacocks of the court of the Turkish Ottoman Empire.

Bowls available in various colors. 6.5 x 2.5 inches, contemporary, made in Bulgaria. Sold individually.

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Bulgarian Troyan Bowls
$42

Hand-painted Bulgarian pottery from the small Balkan town of Troyan, the only area where it is made. One of the oldest craft traditions in Bulgaria, this type of pottery was started in the 19th century and the mandala is said to represent the peacocks of the court of the Turkish Ottoman Empire.

Bowls available in various colors. 6.5 x 2.5 inches, contemporary, made in Bulgaria. Sold individually.

This handpainted dish was made in Puebla, Mexico, where pottery has been designed for many years and continues to be an epicenter for the craft. It can be used for serving or as a decorative object.

12.75 x 2.5 inches, inches, contemporary, made in Mexico.

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Handpainted Dish
$150

This handpainted dish was made in Puebla, Mexico, where pottery has been designed for many years and continues to be an epicenter for the craft. It can be used for serving or as a decorative object.

12.75 x 2.5 inches, inches, contemporary, made in Mexico.

This contemporary wooden platter is made from lacquer in Guerrero, Mexico. Linseed oil is mixed with mineral powders to make the lacquer, and a sharp thorn from an agave plant is inserted into a feather to create the decorations of animals.  Can be used for serving or as a decorative object.

16.5 inches diameter, contemporary, made in Mexico.

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Charolas de Olinalá No. 1
$250

This contemporary wooden platter is made from lacquer in Guerrero, Mexico. Linseed oil is mixed with mineral powders to make the lacquer, and a sharp thorn from an agave plant is inserted into a feather to create the decorations of animals.  Can be used for serving or as a decorative object.

16.5 inches diameter, contemporary, made in Mexico.

This contemporary wooden platter is made from lacquer in Guerrero, Mexico. Linseed oil is mixed with mineral powders to make the lacquer, and a sharp thorn from an agave plant is inserted into a feather to create the decorations of animals.  Can be used for serving or as a decorative object.

8 inches diameter, contemporary, made in Mexico.

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Charolas de Olinalá No. 3
$95

This contemporary wooden platter is made from lacquer in Guerrero, Mexico. Linseed oil is mixed with mineral powders to make the lacquer, and a sharp thorn from an agave plant is inserted into a feather to create the decorations of animals.  Can be used for serving or as a decorative object.

8 inches diameter, contemporary, made in Mexico.

Hand painted on wood in Guerrero, Mexico, this folk mask was made for a ceremony or traditional dance in the 1970s.  It can be used as a mask or as a decorative object on a wall.

12 x 7.25 x 8.25 inches, 1970s, made in Mexico.

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Wooden Mask
$165

Hand painted on wood in Guerrero, Mexico, this folk mask was made for a ceremony or traditional dance in the 1970s.  It can be used as a mask or as a decorative object on a wall.

12 x 7.25 x 8.25 inches, 1970s, made in Mexico.

Carefully carved and painted by hand, this horse puppet dates back to the 1960s. Its painted body shows a village scene with a smiling sun. The puppet has individual holes for hanging.

9.5 x 16 inches, 1960s, Made in Guerrero (the state of Mexico).

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Handpainted Leather and Wood Horse Puppet
$175

Carefully carved and painted by hand, this horse puppet dates back to the 1960s. Its painted body shows a village scene with a smiling sun. The puppet has individual holes for hanging.

9.5 x 16 inches, 1960s, Made in Guerrero (the state of Mexico).

Carefully carved and painted by hand, this female figure puppet dates back to the 1960s. Its painted body shows a village scene and a smiling sun. The puppet has individual holes for hanging.

9.5 x 16 inches, 1960s, Made in Guerrero (the state of Mexico).

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Hand Painted Leather and Wood Puppet
$175

Carefully carved and painted by hand, this female figure puppet dates back to the 1960s. Its painted body shows a village scene and a smiling sun. The puppet has individual holes for hanging.

9.5 x 16 inches, 1960s, Made in Guerrero (the state of Mexico).

Carefully carved and painted by hand, this jackal puppet dates back to the 1960s. Its painted body shows various flora and fauna. The puppet has individual holes for hanging.

9.5 x 16 inches, 1960s, Made in Guerrero (the state of Mexico).

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Hand Painted Leather and Wood Jackal Puppet
$175

Carefully carved and painted by hand, this jackal puppet dates back to the 1960s. Its painted body shows various flora and fauna. The puppet has individual holes for hanging.

9.5 x 16 inches, 1960s, Made in Guerrero (the state of Mexico).

Collection of lithographs by the American artist known as Sperry. Made in 1934 for Matson Shipping company as travel advertisements for Polynesia.

11 x 14 inches, ink on paper, US, 1930s. Framed.

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Sperry Lithograph – Four Trees
$225

Collection of lithographs by the American artist known as Sperry. Made in 1934 for Matson Shipping company as travel advertisements for Polynesia.

11 x 14 inches, ink on paper, US, 1930s. Framed.

Collection of lithographs by the American artist known as Sperry. Made in 1934 for Matson Shipping company as travel advertisements for Polynesia.

11 x 14 inches, ink on paper, US, 1930s, Framed.

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Sperry Lithograph – Island Scene
$225

Collection of lithographs by the American artist known as Sperry. Made in 1934 for Matson Shipping company as travel advertisements for Polynesia.

11 x 14 inches, ink on paper, US, 1930s, Framed.

Collection of lithographs by the American artist known as Sperry. Made in 1934 for Matson Shipping company as travel advertisements for Polynesia.

11 x 14 inches, ink on paper, US, 1930s, framed.

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Sperry Lithograph – Music Scene
$225

Collection of lithographs by the American artist known as Sperry. Made in 1934 for Matson Shipping company as travel advertisements for Polynesia.

11 x 14 inches, ink on paper, US, 1930s, framed.