Thursday, April 05, 2007

New Arrivals: Spoons, Baskets, Perfume Bottles, Orbs

Some pictures of new arrivals for you, fresh from our trip to New Hampshire!

We're open all weekend, so come on in to find lots of spring-flavored gifts, baby wear, and more beautiful works of craft for you and your home!

Or call us to order something you see here (718-907-5835).


At right/above: Handcarved wooden spoons made by Dan Dustin in Contoocook, NH, ($30-$185).


Heirloom baskets (for generations of Easter egg hunts!) made by Ray Lagasse (left) and David Emerson (right), both New Hampshire artisans, ($80 each).

Extra large orb made by Jane Kaufmann in Durham, NH, ($350)

Large orbs (pink irises and red poppies, $125 each). Shown with small orb ($38).

A brand new batch of perfume bottles made by Matthew Eskuche in Pittsburgh, PA, ($48-$150 each).

Pottery Salt & Pepper Shakers made by John Zentner in Northwood, NH, ($24 per pair).

3 comments:

Judy said...

I highly recommend the wooden spoons ~ they make cooking so much fun, and they're the most beautiful serving spoons too!

Gypsy Purple said...

Have a great and blessed Easter

christal said...

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c
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