it is very nice carry box by wood ( as anti-food carry box)
Hand-embroidered by Afghan women, this contemporary cushion cover is 100% cotton with four-pointed star and interlocking diamond motifs reminiscent of the Hazara embroideries of central Afghanistan. The embroidery technique is satin stitch, meticulously worked in silk thread. 40 cm x 40 cm.
Dry clean only.
Residing mostly in the central mountainous provinces of Afghanistan where entire villages are cut off by the snow during the winter months, the Hazara have perfected the art of very fine tightly worked brick stitch embroidery ("tar shomar"). This contemporary cushion cover made by Afghan refugees is inspired by traditional Hazara embroidery traditions with their geometric patterns tightly worked into the overall composition. 40 cm x 40 cm.
The finely worked diamond patterns in brick stitch ("tar shomar") on this hand-embroidered cushion cover from Afghanistan is typical of traditional Hazara textiles. Silk thread on a black cotton ground with silk tassels, measuring 40 x 40 cm. Contemporary.
Cute Pewter Elephant Key Chain. Size 2..5 x 4 x 11.5 cm
Attractive pewter elephant candle holder with trunk up position and a red enamel flower on top. Size: 4 x 7.5 cm.
This beautiful Mezuzah has never been used and is in excellent condition. It has good heft and measures 3 1/2" x 5/8". The front is convex: 3/8". The parchment (and Hebrew) is glass. The back is marked 925.
Beautifully designed Persian style rug made with attractive color scheme featuring handsome golds and tans with dark accents and trim. Just the right touch to warm your home. Made of Olefin. Dimensions: (7ft. 7") long X 5' 3" wide.
Elegant and striking hammered Pewter Tray/Dish decorated with 2 exotic Red Hot Chili Peppers, Square, Medium Size: 15 x 15 x 5 cm. Weight: 411 grammes. Also available in Large and Small sizes. Matching Napkin Holders also available for a superb table setting when entertaining.
Celadon ceramics, usually thought of as green, are produced in Thailand in this gorgeous shade of blue as well as in many shades of green. The term "celadon" refers to the fine crackles on the surface of ceramics rather than color, and for this vase Thai potters combined cobalt with traditional celadon firing techniques for a stunning result. A lotus leaf pattern encircles the shoulder, and a broad band of loosely sketched flowers decorates the mid-section. The base is signed by the potter...
13" high. We have commissioned 10 of these urns to be made, very dense stone.