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Domsai Terrariums

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Cheeky space men planters by Matteo Cibic $139.00

Surprising as it may seem, these astronautical planter figurines are not in fact from Mars. They come from Nove, a northern Italian town that's well-known for ceramics. Designed by Italian artist Matteo Cibic, the terrariums are made from hand-cast porcelain and mouth-blown glass, so no two are alike. And unlike the labor-intensive process of making the terrariums -- which explains the lofty......read more

Self-Watering Planter by Joey Roth

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This lovely, curvilinear planter uses an ancient irrigation system to water itself $45.00

Just because we love plants doesn't mean we always remember to water them. At Dwell on Design's Remodelista Market, we found the perfect solution for the eager-but-lazy green thumb. The self-watering planter's smooth, curvilinear design comes courtesy of Joey Roth, who you might know as the man behind these amazing Ceramic Speakers. Roth's unglazed terracotta planter is inspired by a Native......read more

Bottle Vases by Foekje Fleur van Duin

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Amazing ceramic vases that mimic discarded plastic bottles $19.75

After hearing news stories about the massive patch of plastic swirling around the Pacific, Dutch designer Foekje Fleur van Duin started collecting discarded trash on the banks of the Maas River and thinking of ways to incorporate it into creative projects. These amazing porcelain replicas of plastic bottles come from those experiments. Made using a plaster mold, the vases are......read more

Orange Bowls by Vegetabowls

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Colorful earthenware bowls slip-cast from molds of actual oranges $68.00

For every dozen or so Etsy stores hawking homemade crafts, there is one that offers something truly special. Melanie McKenney's Vegetabowls, spotted recently on Etsy, belong to that unique minority. Using molds from real fruits and veggies scored from her local farmer's market, Melanie creates slip-cast earthenware bowls that look just like the pieces of produce from which they are cast. Each......read more

Ceramic Speakers by Joey Roth

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Form, meet function $495.00

The digital age has been both a boon and a curse to music fans. Sure, you can instantly listen to anything you want, anywhere you are, but what you'll likely hear is low-quality mp3s through crappy ear buds or--even worse--computer speakers. If, like us, you're longing for something better, then Joey Roth's Ceramic Speakers belong on your wish list. Roth's Zen-like approach to craftsmanship is......read more

Blue Stripe Tumbler by Suzanne Sullivan

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Perfect painted ceramic cup, made by hand in Brooklyn $38.00

"I like the things in our every day world that are not mass-produced, things that have fingerprints on them," says Suzanne Sullivan, the Brooklyn artist responsible for this lovingly crafted ceramic tumbler. That belief certainly manifests itself in this piece, which lets the mark of its maker shine through. The tumbler's exterior features a painted blue striped top with black band and white......read more

Mini Ceramic Cup Set

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Handmade cups by J.C. Herman $22.00

Straight from J.C. Herman Ceramics, the Amsterdam studio of potter Herman Verhagen, each of these aqua-hued mini-cups has been lovingly thrown by hand and glazed with care in Verhagen's studio. The cup’s tiny nature—less than two inches tall by two inches wide—and punch of color are perfect for an afternoon espresso. Each assortment is sold as a set of four cups. ...read more

Wang Ruilin: Dreams

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Huge animal forms carry tiny landscapes on their bodies

The image of an animal carrying the world on its back is common to the creation myths of many cultures around the world. Beijing-based artist Ruilin Wang explores that concept in Dreams, a series of evocative sculptures depicting large-scale animals with tiny landscapes emerging from their forms.   Each nearly life-size work consists of a certain creature paired with a type of world.......read more

Ceramic Growler by Kaufmann Mercantile

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Handsome, handcrafted beer tote from the potter's wheel $67.00

Back in the 1800s, workers would carry beer home from the pub in galvanized "growlers," named for the sound they made when carbon dioxide escaped from the top. Though it looks vintage, this handmade ceramic growler from Kaufmann Mercantile has a snug-fitting lid that seals carbonation in tight. Slip-cast by hand then trimmed on the potter's wheel, the ceramic is cast thick so it stands up to the......read more

Dot Espresso Cups

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Lovely little hand-thrown cups with a surprise pop of color on the underside $22.00

We love the modern, handcrafted style of Portland's Pigeon Toe Ceramics, and these lovely little cups from the studio's spring/summer collection are among our faves. Little drinks like espresso and sake will find a perfect home in the handthrown, clear-glazed cups, which feature a surprise pop of color on the underside. Select from an array of attractive colors to fit your decor. Available......read more

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