The Cotorin collection is hand woven on ancient looms by 3rd and 4th generation central Mexican artisans using the softest hand treated virgin wool. Backed with a hand stitched cream wool envelope style backing, colors are hand dyed.
Size: 30 x 30 inches with a 9 inch rise off of floor~In cream & grey
$25 will be added for shipping within the US or delivery in LA * INSERT IS INCLUDED
A practical piece for those who appreciate natural fibres and handcrafted work. Great for storing toys, wood, laundry, newspapers and much more. These jute baskets are handwoven by women working within a Fair Trade program in Bangladesh. These talented women combine traditional weaving styles with contemporary designs and natural materials. The baskets are durable, eco-friendly and the natural colour will work well in most decors. These baskets make a beautiful addition to the home. Very well made and gorgeous.
Material: Jute (a sustainable plant)
Dimensions: Diameter approx 15 inches and height approx 20 inches. Due to the handcrafted production of this basket, the soft sides and the natural fibers, sizes may vary slightly. SHIPPING CHARGE $20.00 Add to basket
THE ELEMENTS by Tehya Shea 20” x 32” aprox~wall hanging~art Wool, cotton and gold thread hanging on foraged driftwood from the Sierra Nevada mountains. This custom woven piece summons the elements, embodying the sunrise on the california coast. Each piece is woven with prayer and intention and is a talisman for your home.
Spencer Peterman is always on the lookout for fallen trees rotting in the woods. Hidden in those fallen trees — especially the ones covered by moss and dirt — is wood disfigured by the beginnings of decomposition. Turning that wood on a lathe produces strikingly unique bowls, salad servers and cutting boards. Peterman calls the maple bowls marked by decomposition and aging of the wood "ambrosia" or "spalted." He also looks for cherry burls which produce quilted patterns and subtle cracks and crevices in the wood. Functional and food-safe, Peterman’s bowls, salad servers and cutting boards are meant to be used. The wood has been kiln-dried and treated with beeswax and mineral oil to prevent cracking and checking. Care instructions for your Peterman products include hand washing with mild soap and water and towel drying. Mineral oil should be applied to maintain the natural beauty of the wood and to help prevent the wood from being stained. The bowls are made from maple, cherry and black walnut.