A vintage Navajo ashtray with curved rests for you to securely set down your smoke.
Turn the lid of this jar face-up to use the handle or face-down to use the flat surface to display other bits.
A platinum moonface sunken into a gold ring, surrounded by sapphires.
A ceramic demijohn with four intricately carved lion faces.
These drop earrings have handcrafted chains and filigree hearts that really thrive when light shines through them.
Painting with watercolors is such an ethereal and delicate process, using this thoughtfully made, hand formed paint palette adds an additional dimension of beauty to the process.
What makes this dish special is it's painterly glaze in reds and blues.
A tiger? A leopard? No one knows, but either way we think this pitcher is pretty sweet.
The Ouroboros is an ancient symbol for nature's infinite cycle of life and death.
The stepped setting on this ring makes it look like ripples of gold are fanning out from this dark enamel heart.
A solid, heavy pendant with a striking, sensual design with a sense of humor.
A pair of tubular gold wires twisted as if someone spun them between their fingers.
The way that these mother of pearl earrings are constructed, the movement allows each piece to shine in the light.
For the air sign in your life. Scan the QR code on the back of this card to unlock zodiac readings, affirmations and more!
The shape of this 1970's vase fits perfectly in the palm of your hand; it's smooth and lightweight with a dotted texture around the mouth.
A rotund, friendly creature to hold your favorite flowers.
These two look like they're swimming in around in this shallow serving dish.
This goofy creature will gobble up all of your spare change.
A ceramic pitcher to hold your favorite beverage or flowers.
The high karat gold and peachy pink tones of these Pre-Colombian beads are a perfect match.
A new iteration of these beloved nerikomi bowls; this time in shades of brown and pink, fully glazed.
Two yellow gold bands, dotted with rubies and pink sapphires, tied into a love knot.
A classic cylindrical glass vase, but with a dotted texture that obscures its contents.
Printed with Native American najas, both traditional and those composed of antlers, this fastcolor selvedge bandana celebrates strength and creation.
As Tony himself puts it, bats are "just awesome."
Tony Lent grew up around rattlesnakes but was never afraid of them. Instead, he marveled at how frightened everyone else was. Can wearing a piece of jewelry help you confront your fears?
On the one hand, snakes represent Biblical personifications of evil, and on the other they symbolize health and healing; this pair encompass a saturated tanzanite cabochon.
A wise bird pitcher to hold your favorite flowers or serve your favorite drink.
"I set out to write a book about what to do to make a great work of art. Instead, it revealed itself to be a book on how to be." - Rick Rubin, legendary music producer and master at helping people connect with their creativity.
The clasp on this bracelet is hidden amongst its architectural links.
This handmade container is perfect for stashing away little bits in plain sight.
For the grump in your life, may we celebrate them.
With its long fluffy legs and claws, this huge crab can be both a playmate and a benevolent guardian.
Made from some of Lou Zeldis' favorite findings, these multicolor earrings are equally cool dressed up or down.
A bandana that gracefully marries a handful of Kapital's favorite bandana motifs.
A pair of asymmetrical socks with a tree and its deep roots. One sock is the opposite of the other for a mis-matched pair.
A hand-formed, brushed gold band with two rows of diamonds along half of it.
This textured, square pendant has nine diamonds with rhodium plated settings for extra contrast.
This brushed gold cuff bracelet tapers at one end and is dotted with ten light gray diamonds at the other.
These aren't Dorothy's ruby slippers - put them on display on your favorite shelf.
A vibrant pitcher with a contrasting handle to brighten your table-scape.
Anthony Lent's ladybug evokes a metaphorical approach to jewelry—the pieces can be thought of as clever references to the frequent appearance of these creatures in sentimental poetry.
Designed to be the only piece of gear needed to get you through the day, this notebook comes with all sorts of handy features.
Just as lovely on its own as it is keeping your favorite charms in order.
A fastcolor selvedge bandana with a nod to Native American jewelry, more specifically the Naja and its connection to mother earth.
This large tarp bag is made from the same material that trucks use to protect their cargo and this yellow color means you'll never lose it.
This design harks back to 90's fashion flair.
The three diamonds embedded into this ring's textured surface add a bit of sparkle to this organic piece.