• Hand carved from a single piece of soapstone. This sculpture depicts a stylized family of 1 parent and 2 children. Our Soapstone is carved by the artists of SMOLArt a group of artists who live in the rural village of Tabaka, Kenya, the heart of soapstone crafts. The name, a shortened version of Small, Medium, and Large Artists, refers to the size of the soapstone products the artisans make, not their stature. Established in 1990, SMOLArt is a member of the WFTO, and as such assures that the artisans are paid a fair price for their work. In addition, the organization support community development by contributing to projects that improve living conditions, education, and health of their members and the village at large.

    Soapstone is mined from great pits in the area surrounding Kiisi, Kenya. The mined soapstone is then delivered to carvers who carve sculptures from the natural stone for the wholesale market, the color of which ranges from cream, to pink, to brown, to yellow, to black, to a marbling of all of them. Once carved, the craftspeople smooth rough edges of the soapstone with sandpaper dipped in water and polish the piece to a high gloss or paint African motifs in brilliant colors with etched accents.

    All of the soapstone products we sell are completely handmade. The tools consist of household items from screwdrivers, hand drills, to switchblades. "Pangas," sword-like tools usually used for cutting down vegetation, are used to cleave the stone in the mines.

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    • 10"H
    • Hand Carved Soapstone
    • Family Of 1 Parent & 2 Children
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    Seahorse End Table

    $465.00 $341.00

    A demure aluminum seahorse swims among sea life in this End Table.  Featuring a finely sculpted aluminum base inspired by majestic sea life, this practical accent piece includes a glass table top that mirrors the surface of the water.

     
    • 22"H x 22"W x 22"D
    • Made With Aluminum & Glass
    • 18 Lbs
    • Seahorse, Coral & Fish Design
     
  • This 32″ x 22.5″ sand art piece was handcrafted in Lustenau, Austria by artist Klaus Bosch. The loose sand inside the glass frame allow for a mesmerizing experience when viewing this piece. Watch mountains, valleys and dunes create before your eyes! A sand picture will do several times a day what mother earth takes millions of years to accomplish.  Its small size is designed to be put on the wall but can be used on a tabletop as well. Great for any art collector or someone who just wants to add an interesting conversation piece to their home. [checklist icon="ok" iconcolor="#aaaaaa" circle="no"]
    • 32"W x 22.5"H
    • Mesmerizingly different With Each turn
    • Soothing, Relaxing, Stimulating & Mesmerizing Interactive Art
    • Handcrafted in Lustenau, Austria
    • By Artist Klaus Bosch
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  • This vintage-inspired caddy is designed to hold your K-Cups, and would also be useful for cups of creamer, tea bags, and other small items in your kitchen. Sit this next to your Keurig or coffee maker in any kitchen.

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    • 8.5"W x 6"D x 11.75"H
    • Holds Up To 24 K-Cups®
    • Perfect Rack For All Your Coffee/Tea Needs
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  • American quality & Craftsmanship — Proudly made in the U.S.A.  Made in Central New York, since 1975, the goal has been to design and produce decorative, functional and long lasting handcrafted products for your home and garden. Our products are carefully made using the finest materials and time-tested methods of craftsmanship. Quality and durability are our priorities. All our coated products have a baked on powder coating to ensure that our customers will enjoy each piece for many years.

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    • 17.5"H x 16"W x 18"D
    • Made With Wrought Iron
    • 42 Lbs
    • Pinecone Branch Design
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  • Customize house plaques are available for up to 13 characters. Each space counts as a character. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.

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    • 7.5"H x 22"W
    • Made With Wrought Iron
    • Fully Customizable
    • Up To 13 Characters
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  • The Petite Cylinder Memory Vase stands 8 inches tall by 4 inches in diameter. This custom vase is handmade. Each photograph is individually sized and cut, making this truly a one-of-a-kind piece of art. The photo transfer process is intricate, beginning with the careful placement of photos around the curves of the glass and ending with a full day in the kiln. To build your own Memory Vase please submit up to 15 photographs to: https://dropbox.hightail.com/MemoryVase.

    Photographs should be at least 100 KB with 300 dpi resolution. Color photos can be changed to black & white but not vice versa. Vases are signed and dated on the bottom along with a personal note. This can include the date of one's wedding, anniversary, or retirement along with the name of whom the vase is to and from. Please include your inscription of up to 40 characters in the comments section of online order form. Please note that these vases are handmade and there are sometimes slight imperfections in the glass such as bubbles.

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    • 8"H x 4"D
    • Handmade GlassVase
    • Completely Personalized With Your Own Pictures
    • One-Of-A-Kind Piece Of Art
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  • The Pear Memory Vase stands 12 inches tall by 7 inches in diameter at the widest point. This custom vase is handmade. Each photograph is individually sized and cut, making this truly a one-of-a-kind piece of art. The photo transfer process is intricate, beginning with the careful placement of photos around the curves of the glass and ending with a full day in the kiln. To build your own Memory Vase please submit up to 54 photographs to: https://dropbox.hightail.com/MemoryVase.

    Photographs should be at least 100 KB with 300 dpi resolution. Color photos can be changed to black & white but not vice versa. Vases are signed and dated on the bottom along with a personal note. This can include the date of one's wedding, anniversary, or retirement along with the name of whom the vase is to and from. Please include your inscription of up to 40 characters in the comments section of online order form. Please note that these vases are handmade and there are sometimes slight imperfections in the glass such as bubbles.

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    • 12"H x 7"D
    • Handmade GlassVase
    • Completely Personalized With Your Own Pictures
    • One-Of-A-Kind Piece Of Art
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  • This piece of Haitian metal wall art is 24 inches in diameter. It features hand-cut, embossed and painted flowers. When you visit Croix des Bouquets, the area of town known for Haitian metal art in the capital of Port-Au-Prince, you are met with a cacophony of tink, tink, tink as ball peen hammers strike sheets of steel. The sheets are cut from steel drums colored by oil and other liquids the drums at one time held. The process of turning sheets of metal into beautiful wall art is all done by hand, from cutting holes that become edges of trees and leaves, to accenting each lizard with a texture of scales, to painting or lacquering the final design. The artists are proud of their work, signing the pieces on the back side, leaving a raised, reversed signature on the front.

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    • 24" Diameter
    • Made By Hatian Craftspeople
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  • This 13.25″ x 8.5″ x .5" sand art piece was handcrafted in Lustenau, Austria by artist Klaus Bosch. The loose sand inside the glass frame allow for a mesmerizing experience when viewing this piece. Watch mountains, valleys and dunes create before your eyes! A sand picture will do several times a day what mother earth takes millions of years to accomplish.  Its small size is designed to be put on the wall but can be used on a tabletop as well. Great for any art collector or someone who just wants to add an interesting conversation piece to their home. [checklist icon="ok" iconcolor="#aaaaaa" circle="no"]
    • 13.25"W x 8.5"H x .5"D
    • Mesmerizingly different With Each turn
    • Soothing, Relaxing, Stimulating & Mesmerizing Interactive Art
    • Handcrafted in Lustenau, Austria
    • By Artist Klaus Bosch
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  • African Soapstone is among the most beautiful in the world. Mined by hand from surface mines large stones are pulled by a team of workers, cleaved into smaller pieces and worked into stunning art and functional objects. This sculpture depicts a stylized family of 2 parents and 4 children. The soapstone is natural. Please allow for color variation from cream to pink to gray in any single piece. Approximately 10 inches tall by 5 inches wide. Our Soapstone is carved by the artists of SMOLArt a group of artists who live in the rural village of Tabaka, Kenya, the heart of soapstone crafts. The name, a shortened version of Small, Medium, and Large Artists, refers to the size of the soapstone products the artisans make, not their stature. Established in 1990, SMOLArt is a member of the WFTO, and as such assures that the artisans are paid a fair price for their work. In addition, the organization support community development by contributing to projects that improve living conditions, education, and health of their members and the village at large.

    Soapstone is mined from great pits in the area surrounding Kiisi, Kenya. The mined soapstone is then delivered to carvers who carve sculptures from the natural stone for the wholesale market, the color of which ranges from cream, to pink, to brown, to yellow, to black, to a marbling of all of them. Once carved, the craftspeople smooth rough edges of the soapstone with sandpaper dipped in water and polish the piece to a high gloss or paint African motifs in brilliant colors with etched accents.

    All of the soapstone products we sell are completely handmade. The tools consist of household items from screwdrivers, hand drills, to switchblades. “Pangas,” sword-like tools usually used for cutting down vegetation, are used to cleave the stone in the mines.

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    • 10"H x 5"W
    • Hand Carved Soapstone
    • Family Of 2 Parents & 1 Child
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  • African Soapstone is among the most beautiful in the world. Mined by hand from surface mines large stones are pulled by a team of workers, cleaved into smaller pieces and worked into stunning art and functional objects. This sculpture depicts a stylized family of 2 parents and 3 children. The soapstone is natural. Please allow for color variation from cream to pink to gray in any single piece. Approximately 10 inches tall by 5 inches wide. Our Soapstone is carved by the artists of SMOLArt a group of artists who live in the rural village of Tabaka, Kenya, the heart of soapstone crafts. The name, a shortened version of Small, Medium, and Large Artists, refers to the size of the soapstone products the artisans make, not their stature. Established in 1990, SMOLArt is a member of the WFTO, and as such assures that the artisans are paid a fair price for their work. In addition, the organization support community development by contributing to projects that improve living conditions, education, and health of their members and the village at large.

    Soapstone is mined from great pits in the area surrounding Kiisi, Kenya. The mined soapstone is then delivered to carvers who carve sculptures from the natural stone for the wholesale market, the color of which ranges from cream, to pink, to brown, to yellow, to black, to a marbling of all of them. Once carved, the craftspeople smooth rough edges of the soapstone with sandpaper dipped in water and polish the piece to a high gloss or paint African motifs in brilliant colors with etched accents.

    All of the soapstone products we sell are completely handmade. The tools consist of household items from screwdrivers, hand drills, to switchblades. “Pangas,” sword-like tools usually used for cutting down vegetation, are used to cleave the stone in the mines.

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    • 10"H x 5"W
    • Hand Carved Soapstone
    • Family Of 2 Parents & 3 Children
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  • African Soapstone is among the most beautiful in the world. Mined by hand from surface mines large stones are pulled by a team of workers, cleaved into smaller pieces and worked into stunning art and functional objects. This sculpture depicts a stylized family of 2 parents and 2 children. The soapstone is natural. Please allow for color variation from cream to pink to gray in any single piece. Approximately 10 inches tall by 5 inches wide. Our Soapstone is carved by the artists of SMOLArt a group of artists who live in the rural village of Tabaka, Kenya, the heart of soapstone crafts. The name, a shortened version of Small, Medium, and Large Artists, refers to the size of the soapstone products the artisans make, not their stature. Established in 1990, SMOLArt is a member of the WFTO, and as such assures that the artisans are paid a fair price for their work. In addition, the organization support community development by contributing to projects that improve living conditions, education, and health of their members and the village at large.

    Soapstone is mined from great pits in the area surrounding Kiisi, Kenya. The mined soapstone is then delivered to carvers who carve sculptures from the natural stone for the wholesale market, the color of which ranges from cream, to pink, to brown, to yellow, to black, to a marbling of all of them. Once carved, the craftspeople smooth rough edges of the soapstone with sandpaper dipped in water and polish the piece to a high gloss or paint African motifs in brilliant colors with etched accents.

    All of the soapstone products we sell are completely handmade. The tools consist of household items from screwdrivers, hand drills, to switchblades. “Pangas,” sword-like tools usually used for cutting down vegetation, are used to cleave the stone in the mines.

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    • 10"H x 5"W
    • Hand Carved Soapstone
    • Family Of 2 Parents & 2 Children
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  • African Soapstone is among the most beautiful in the world. Mined by hand from surface mines large stones are pulled by a team of workers, cleaved into smaller pieces and worked into stunning art and functional objects. This sculpture depicts a stylized family of 2 parents and 1 child. The soapstone is natural. Please allow for color variation from cream to pink to gray in any single piece. Approximately 10 inches tall by 5 inches wide. Our Soapstone is carved by the artists of SMOLArt a group of artists who live in the rural village of Tabaka, Kenya, the heart of soapstone crafts. The name, a shortened version of Small, Medium, and Large Artists, refers to the size of the soapstone products the artisans make, not their stature. Established in 1990, SMOLArt is a member of the WFTO, and as such assures that the artisans are paid a fair price for their work. In addition, the organization support community development by contributing to projects that improve living conditions, education, and health of their members and the village at large.

    Soapstone is mined from great pits in the area surrounding Kiisi, Kenya. The mined soapstone is then delivered to carvers who carve sculptures from the natural stone for the wholesale market, the color of which ranges from cream, to pink, to brown, to yellow, to black, to a marbling of all of them. Once carved, the craftspeople smooth rough edges of the soapstone with sandpaper dipped in water and polish the piece to a high gloss or paint African motifs in brilliant colors with etched accents.

    All of the soapstone products we sell are completely handmade. The tools consist of household items from screwdrivers, hand drills, to switchblades. “Pangas,” sword-like tools usually used for cutting down vegetation, are used to cleave the stone in the mines.

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    • 10"H x 5"W
    • Hand Carved Soapstone
    • Family Of 2 Parents & 1 Child
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  • African Soapstone is among the most beautiful in the world. Mined by hand from surface mines large stones are pulled by a team of workers, cleaved into smaller pieces and worked into stunning art and functional objects. This sculpture depicts a stylized circle of friends. The soapstone is natural. Please allow for color variation from cream to pink to gray in any single piece. Dimensions: 3 inches tall by 3 inches wide and 3 inches in diameter. Our Soapstone is carved by the artists of SMOLArt a group of artists who live in the rural village of Tabaka, Kenya, the heart of soapstone crafts. The name, a shortened version of Small, Medium, and Large Artists, refers to the size of the soapstone products the artisans make, not their stature. Established in 1990, SMOLArt is a member of the WFTO, and as such assures that the artisans are paid a fair price for their work. In addition, the organization support community development by contributing to projects that improve living conditions, education, and health of their members and the village at large.

    Soapstone is mined from great pits in the area surrounding Kiisi, Kenya. The mined soapstone is then delivered to carvers who carve sculptures from the natural stone for the wholesale market, the color of which ranges from cream, to pink, to brown, to yellow, to black, to a marbling of all of them. Once carved, the craftspeople smooth rough edges of the soapstone with sandpaper dipped in water and polish the piece to a high gloss or paint African motifs in brilliant colors with etched accents.

    All of the soapstone products we sell are completely handmade. The tools consist of household items from screwdrivers, hand drills, to switchblades. “Pangas,” sword-like tools usually used for cutting down vegetation, are used to cleave the stone in the mines.

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    • 3"H x 3"W x 3"D
    • Hand Carved Soapstone
    • Stylized Circle Of Friends
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  • Handcarved from soapstone, this unique sculpture features an abstract representation of two lovers. Measures 10 inches tall. Our Soapstone is carved by the artists of SMOLArt a group of artists who live in the rural village of Tabaka, Kenya, the heart of soapstone crafts. The name, a shortened version of Small, Medium, and Large Artists, refers to the size of the soapstone products the artisans make, not their stature. Established in 1990, SMOLArt is a member of the WFTO, and as such assures that the artisans are paid a fair price for their work. In addition, the organization support community development by contributing to projects that improve living conditions, education, and health of their members and the village at large.

    Soapstone is mined from great pits in the area surrounding Kiisi, Kenya. The mined soapstone is then delivered to carvers who carve sculptures from the natural stone for the wholesale market, the color of which ranges from cream, to pink, to brown, to yellow, to black, to a marbling of all of them. Once carved, the craftspeople smooth rough edges of the soapstone with sandpaper dipped in water and polish the piece to a high gloss or paint African motifs in brilliant colors with etched accents.

    All of the soapstone products we sell are completely handmade. The tools consist of household items from screwdrivers, hand drills, to switchblades. “Pangas,” sword-like tools usually used for cutting down vegetation, are used to cleave the stone in the mines.

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    • 10"H
    • Hand Carved Soapstone
    • Abstract Representation Of 2 Lovers
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