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  • $75$125
    Inspired by the beauty of Ming ginger jars, these trays are crafted of porcelain and hand painted in timeless cobalt blue on white glaze. The regal chrysanthemums, Chinese plums and scrolling vines lend a traditional flourish to the modern forms, which double as refined catchalls for everyday items. Handcrafted of fine porcelain. Hand-painted in traditional blue-and-white semigloss glaze. Blossom motif has an open design and a linked floral rim. Variations inherent in handcrafting make each piece unique.
  • $550$990
    Our reproductions of vintage lithographs capture every detail of the original prints, from the vibrant, layered colors of the coral branches to the impression of the printing plates around the edges. Bold and bright, they present natural form with the visual punch of abstract modern art. 33"W x 40"H overall. Expert reproductions of vintage lithographs. Gicle printed on archival paper. Set behind Plexiglas with double white paper mats.
  • $695$1,250
    Painter and paper artist Isabelle de Borchgrave has traveled the world, always with her pad, pencil and brush in hand. These seascapes, rendered in black and white, have the loose, expressive simplicity of watercolors painted in the moment, on the pages of her journal. 36"W x 30"H overall. Gicle printed on archival watercolor paper. Set behind layered, beveled mats in black and white. Mounted behind glass in a basswood frame, silver-leafed by hand. Ready to hang with wire on the back.
  • $59.95
    A lush and inviting mix of quail brush twigs, lavender, wheat and natural moss looks as if a songbird nestled in and made it home. A twig nest filled with three hand-painted speckled ivory eggs sits within the wreaths cozy interior.  This arrangement is perfect for welcoming spring into your home or for sharing as a gift. Protect from weather. 22" diam. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $295
    Imperial chrysanthemums and lotuses grant our ginger jar a decidedly regal bearing. The sinuous shape is crafted of hand-thrown porcelain and then painted by hand in the style of traditional Ming jars. 13" diam., 19 3/4" high. Handcrafted of fine kaolin porcelain. Hand painted in traditional blue-and-white semigloss glaze. Variations inherent in handcrafting make each piece unique. For decorative use only.
  • $39$79
    These stoneware vases are painted with translucent hues inspired by the sand and surf of Thailand's idyllic beaches. In a mix of unique and traditional crafting methods, their smooth, rounded forms were molded on bags of rice and glazed with a resist that melts during the second firing to show streaks of the pale clay beneath. Hand decorated using a glazing technique that allows the white clay to show through in stripes. High-fired with a glossy finish.
  • $49
    Colorful table linens like these have adorned Provenal kitchens since the 18th century, when merchant ships arrived in Marseille with intricately painted textiles from India. Our hand-screened cotton linens are great for mixing or matching. Each rich, mellow color features its own signature pattern that coordinates beautifully with the rest of the collection. Machine-wash. 108" X 16". Imported. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $75$125
    Inspired by the beauty of Ming ginger jars, these trays are crafted of porcelain and hand painted in timeless cobalt blue on white glaze. The regal chrysanthemums, Chinese plums and scrolling vines lend a traditional flourish to the modern forms, which double as refined catchalls for everyday items. Handcrafted of fine porcelain. Hand-painted in traditional blue-and-white semigloss glaze. Lotus design features pale-blue flowers and ornate cobalt vines.
  • Sugg. Price: $550$990 Sale $499.99$899.99
    Tricia Strickfaden's modern interpretations of nature's evanescence are inspired by coastal living, suggesting an abstract quality of earth, sea and sky in unity. Her latest seascapes celebrate the ever-shifting hues of ocean and sky, observed at different moments throughout the day. 38" sq. overall. Reproduction of an oil-on-canvas painting by California-based artist Tricia Strickfaden. Gicle printing captures the fine detail and subtle shading of the original artwork.
  • $39$79
    These stoneware vases are painted with translucent hues inspired by the sand and surf of Thailand's idyllic beaches. In a mix of unique and traditional crafting methods, their smooth, rounded forms were molded on bags of rice and glazed with a resist that melts during the second firing to show streaks of the pale clay beneath. Hand decorated using a glazing technique that allows the white clay to show through in stripes. High-fired with a glossy finish.
  • $495
    Embracing the sensitivity of traditional Japanese artistry, this superbly crafted piece is rendered in high-fired clay with an old-world design of star anise leaf. A hand-painted glaze in espresso and cream enhances the bowls natural warmth. 15" diam., 7" high. Handcrafted of fine, high-fired clay. Exterior pattern is offset by a crackle-glazed interior. Hand painted inside and out with a smooth semigloss glaze. Variations inherent in handcrafting make each piece unique. For decorative use only.
  • Sugg. Price: $99 Sale $29.99
    Replicating the time-honored opulence of natural ostrich leather, our classic frames provide memorable presentation for your favorite photos. The durable resin frames are crafted entirely by hand, expertly stained for a handsome matte finish. Richly textured resin frame is handcrafted by skilled artisans. Inset with acid-free paper matting and sturdy glass. Easel-style frame displays photos vertically. Variations inherent in handcrafting make each frame unique.
  • $350
    Hand painted with imperial chrysanthemums and vines, our elegant bowl displays the artistry of Chinese ceramics on a grand scale. Crafted and decorated in the Ming style, the generously sized vessel is painted inside and out in classic cobalt blue on white and finished with an organic glazed rim. 20 3/4" diam., 9" high. Handcrafted of fine kaolin porcelain. Hand painted in traditional blue-and-white semigloss glaze. Variations inherent in handcrafting make each piece unique. For decorative use only.
  • $99.95
    This charming, hand-painted earthenware clock is the same model Chuck Williams discovered in Italy in 1982 and brought back to our catalog and stores, where it became a customer favorite. It's crafted in Italy by one of the oldest studios in Deruta.Made of handpainted earthenware.Holes on back for easy hanging (hardware not included).Requires one AA battery (not included).Crafted in the Tuscan town of Deruta, famous for handpainted ceramics.A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $550$810
    Set against sky-blue backgrounds, these seashell studies by American artist Meridith Martens have a light-washed, almost translucent beauty. Expert gicle printing reproduces the original watercolors down to the softest shading. Hand-gilding gives the silver-leafed frames the mottled shimmer of antiqued mirrors. 21" wide x 25" high overall. Reproductions of a watercolor painting by American artist Meridith Martens. Gicle printed on watercolor paper with a deckled edge.
  • $250
    Cast and painted by hand, this porcelain coral sculpture captures the otherworldly beauty of the real thing. A glass block base gives it the presence of a museum piece. Realistic coral, sculpted from porcelain and set on a glass base. Cast, painted and assembled by hand. 12 1/2" wide x 10 1/4" deep x 9 1/2" high; 5 1/2 lb. Made in China.
  • $850
    Tricia Strickfaden's atmospheric seascapes celebrate the ever-shifting hues of ocean and sky, observed at different moments throughout the day. The painter's abstract interpretations emphasize nature's evanescence, resulting in artwork of timeless beauty and enduring inspiration. Reproduction of an oil-on-canvas painting by California-based artist Tricia Strickfaden. Gicle printing captures the fine detail and subtle shading of the original artwork. Printed on archival paper and hand-signed by the artist.