A vintage Navajo ashtray with curved rests for you to securely set down your smoke.
The great patina and stamped details on this vintage Native American ashtray are what bring it to life.
These aren't Dorothy's ruby slippers - put them on display on your favorite shelf.
This goofy creature will gobble up all of your spare change.
Turn the lid of this jar face-up to use the handle or face-down to use the flat surface to display other bits.
These bright red lips will peak out from under the contents of this dish.
A vibrant pitcher with a contrasting handle to brighten your table-scape.
This sky blue vase has a layer of white glass on its interior making the blue even brighter.
The design of this handmade tray; a subtle, swirled face smiles up at you.
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.
Speckled with metallic copper and bright aqua blue, no two of these Murano glass ashtrays are exactly the same.
The shape of this red and purple vase looks different from every angle.
This heavy, hand blown glass vase has vibrant yet neutral layers of color and looks equally beautiful on its own or filled with flowers.
A group of three tiny vases, connected as one.
No two of these hand blown glass ashtrays is exactly the same and are made even more special by their vibrant yellow speckles.
A cylindrical brown vase with swirls of blue and green glaze.
A tall stoneware vase with an elongated neck.
A tiny treasure chest!
A friendly spotted frog guards the contents of this stone-lined box.
A mid century enamel and metal dish with a cloud of red at its center.
A tiny, solid silver Vespa sculpture with moving wheels!
A speckled round ceramic jar with a hand glazed horse on the lid.
A vintage handmade fruit bank from 1940's Mexico.
This footed ashtray is made of Mexican "metales casados" or mixed metals.