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Ricky Swallow Chair Form with Band, 2014, patinated bronze and oil paint, 8.75 x 4 x 5 inches

Ricky Swallow Chair Form with Band, 2014, patinated bronze and oil paint, 8.75 x 4 x 5 inches

Drink to Double Happiness. What could be better than a doubly auspicious start (or middle, or end) to your day? These Double Happiness Mugs are red, the Chinese color for happiness and the handles are the Chinese character for happiness. Place the mugs handle to handle and you create double happiness. Ceramic. Dishwasher and microwave safe.  				  				 3.8"h x 3.15" dia., exclusive of handles. Set of 2.

Drink to Double Happiness. What could be better than a doubly auspicious start (or middle, or end) to your day? These Double Happiness Mugs are red, the Chinese color for happiness and the handles are the Chinese character for happiness. Place the mugs handle to handle and you create double happiness. Ceramic. Dishwasher and microwave safe. 3.8"h x 3.15" dia., exclusive of handles. Set of 2.

Blue Funky "Basket" Jar 10 inches tall.  via Etsy. Delicious, funky, out of the box.... is it you?

Wendy's Blue Funky "Basket" Jar 10 inches tall

Blue Funky "Basket" Jar 10 inches tall. via Etsy. Delicious, funky, out of the box.... is it you?

Vessel Designer: Togaku Mori  (Japanese, born Okayama, 1937) Date: 1989 Medium: Stoneware Dimensions: H. 19-1/2, Diam. 11-5/8 inches (49.5 x 29.5 cm.) Classification: Ceramics-Pottery Credit Line: Gift of the artist, 1998

Vessel Designer: Togaku Mori (Japanese, born Okayama, 1937) Date: 1989 Medium: Stoneware Dimensions: H. 19-1/2, Diam. 11-5/8 inches (49.5 x 29.5 cm.) Classification: Ceramics-Pottery Credit Line: Gift of the artist, 1998

Bruno Gambone was born in Vietri sul Mare (SA) in 1936. At the age of fourteen he began to have his first contacts with ceramics in his father's Florentine workshop. In 1963 he moved to the United States where he was engaged in painting, sculpture, cinema and theatre. n 1969 he returned to dealing with the ceramics sector. He is a member of the “Consiglio Nazionale della Ceramica”.

Bruno Gambone was born in Vietri sul Mare (SA) in 1936. At the age of fourteen he began to have his first contacts with ceramics in his father's Florentine workshop. In 1963 he moved to the United States where he was engaged in painting, sculpture, cinema and theatre. n 1969 he returned to dealing with the ceramics sector. He is a member of the “Consiglio Nazionale della Ceramica”.

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