The larger of the two vases in these photos.
Sculpted by hand in Lombok, Indonesia, this over-sized vase is created from terracotta, one of the world's oldest sculpting materials. Each family has its own wheel, the vase is spun on a table by hand and the decorative motif applied using fingers and homemade combs. The drying process remains as it was 100 years ago: the vase is dried in a low-heat, open-air kiln, using coconut husks as fuel.
Note: As terracotta is not 100% waterproof, these vases are designed for decoration rather than water usage.
A small, oblong bamboo basket from Vietnam. Use this basket to house smaller household items such as car keys, and phones, or as a cutlery or... View full product details
These NZ pure wool sheepskins are super-sized and incredibly soft. Ranging from soft creams and greys to dark and mottled browns, these sheepskins are much... View full product details
Handmade from coconut, this simple wooden spoon is perfect for for dips, or as a sugar scoop. View full product details