A ceramic demijohn with four intricately carved lion faces.
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 rotund, friendly creature to hold your favorite flowers.
These two look like they're swimming in around in this shallow serving dish.
A tiger? A leopard? No one knows, but either way we think this pitcher is pretty sweet.
No two of these hand blown glass ashtrays is exactly the same and are made even more special by their vibrant yellow speckles.
This apple green pitcher is made even more vibrant by the layer of white glass at its interior.
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.
What makes this dish special is it's painterly glaze in reds and blues.
This goofy creature will gobble up all of your spare change.
A handcrafted, brown, ceramic teapot with rippled glaze.
She's a multi-hyphenate woman; a bottle opener and a shoe horn.
A tiny treasure chest!
A small teapot-like pitcher, perfect for your morning tea or creamer.
A round little pot with a shadowy desert scene on its lid.
A painterly purple and green dish with ribbon-like handles.
A classic cylindrical glass vase, but with a dotted texture that obscures its contents.
A vibrant pitcher with a contrasting handle to brighten your table-scape.
These bright red lips will peak out from under the contents of this dish.
A speckled, round casserole dish in shades of green from 1978.
With its bold starburst design on both sides, this pitcher is cool from every angle.
This heavy vase feels like sea glass and is mesmerizing from every angle.
This sky blue vase has a layer of white glass on its interior making the blue even brighter.
This large pitcher is bold and bright, but not too heavy.
The design of this handmade tray; a subtle, swirled face smiles up at you.
This teal glass set has a subtle fruity texture.
Speckled with metallic copper and bright aqua blue, no two of these Murano glass ashtrays are exactly the same.
A bright addition to your morning coffee or tea routine.
A group of three tiny vases, connected as one.
This heavy, hand blown glass vase has vibrant yet neutral layers of color and looks equally beautiful on its own or filled with flowers.
This handmade container is perfect for stashing away little bits in plain sight.
This bowl is perfect for mixing up and then serving your favorite salad dressing.
The shape of this red and purple vase looks different from every angle.
It looks like the ceramicist who created this set used a paintbrush to create clouds of blue and brown.
A short, round vase that's glazed half blue and half brown.
A rare find; a square, Murano ashtray from Italy.
Two layers of glass; one white and one blue, make this small pitcher glow from within.
A metal dish, tapered at one side, coated in swirled pink and blue enamel.
The perfect summer set to serve anything from water to sangria. The cups are squared and comfortable in the hand.
A tall stoneware vase with an elongated neck.
A cylindrical brown vase with swirls of blue and green glaze.
This footed ashtray is made of Mexican "metales casados" or mixed metals.
A deep, round stoneware casserole dish with a paint brush pattern.
A vintage, oval, glass ashtray with a bit of texture at its center.
A large, round vase; perfect for a single stem.
A mid century enamel and metal dish with a cloud of red at its center.
A speckled round ceramic jar with a hand glazed horse on the lid.
A friendly spotted frog guards the contents of this stone-lined box.