Teapot After Picasso by Noi Volkov. Press molded earthenware, hand sculpted, hand painted, glazes, oxides, & under glazes / http://www.noivolkov.net/

Teapot After Picasso by Noi Volkov. Press molded earthenware, hand sculpted, hand painted, glazes, oxides, & under glazes / http://www.noivolkov.net/

This pretty lady holding a earthen diya/lamp painted on a earthen pot is inspired by our Festival of Lights Diwali, when every house in India lights up a oil lamp.

This pretty lady holding a earthen diya/lamp painted on a earthen pot is inspired by our Festival of Lights Diwali, when every house in India lights up a oil lamp.

Really nice colors. Want to try and do this one day!    Custom Mosaic Garden by JingleDingleDangle, $550.00

Really nice colors. Want to try and do this one day! Custom Mosaic Garden by JingleDingleDangle, $550.00

Attractive, appealing and cute, this set of salt and pepper shakers from the brand Unravel India will add a fun look to your table. The colourful human faces crafted with a conventional Indian art form looks classy and chic. The man and the woman’s face has been created differently so that you can identify the contents easily. -www.cooliyo.com

Attractive, appealing and cute, this set of salt and pepper shakers from the brand Unravel India will add a fun look to your table. The colourful human faces crafted with a conventional Indian art form looks classy and chic. The man and the woman’s face has been created differently so that you can identify the contents easily. -www.cooliyo.com

An earthenware vase by Professor Max Läuger, slip decorated with foliate design over deep blue ground

An earthenware vase by Professor Max Läuger, slip decorated with foliate design over deep blue ground

The rural is the new urban! This set of earthen pots, popularly known as 'kulhad' in India, represents stoneware painting done at Khurja, Uttar Pradesh. The white waves and dots design is traditionally painted with a rice preparation. Serve your guests tea in these cups and see them marvel.

The rural is the new urban! This set of earthen pots, popularly known as 'kulhad' in India, represents stoneware painting done at Khurja, Uttar Pradesh. The white waves and dots design is traditionally painted with a rice preparation. Serve your guests tea in these cups and see them marvel.

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