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  • Chinese Dragon Ceramic Wall Hanging
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    Viewed as a symbol of good fortune, prosperity and health, the dragon has been an essential part of Chinese culture and folklore for many centuries. The Chinese dragon is also the representation of the forces of nature, particularly those associated with water and weather. When paired with the Chinese Phoenix, the dragon becomes the yang to the phoenix's yin. This unique ceramic tile depicting the Chinese Dragon is handcrafted of stoneware clay and hand-painted with glazes, all high-fired to a permanent finish. The edge of the tile has a flowing, paper-like edge, contrasting the black wooden board upon which it is mounted. Arrives ready to hang. Handmade in Manitoba, Canada.
  • Chinese Phoenix Ceramic Wall Hanging
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    Viewed as a symbol of good fortune, prosperity and grace, the phoenix has been an essential part of Chinese culture and folklore for many centuries. A composite of several bird types and the greatest of all winged animals, The Chinese Phoenix (also called Fenghuang) is also the representation of celestial bodies. When paired with the Chinese Dragon (seen below), the phoenix becomes the yin to the dragon's yang. This unique ceramic tile depicting the Chinese Phoenix is handcrafted of stoneware clay and hand-painted with glazes, all high-fired to a permanent finish. The edge of the tile has a flowing, paper-like edge, contrasting the black wooden board upon which it is mounted. Arrives ready to hang. Made by hand in Manitoba, Canada.
  • Celtic Trinity Knot Ceramic Wall Art Tile
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    The Celtic Trinity Knot (also known as Trinitarian Knot) originates from the three-pronged symbol called the triquetra, an ancient knot symbol found on pagan rune stones and the "Book of Kells", the iconic collection of gospels by Celtic monks. Over the centuries, the significance of the three loops have included past, present and future, body, mind and soul, the three stages of triple goddess, and most frequently, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The unbroken circle represents eternity, while the interwoven nature of the symbol denotes the indivisibility and equality of the three points. This unique ceramic tile depicting the Celtic Trinity Knot is handcrafted of stoneware clay, hand-painted, provided with a white crackle glaze, and high-fired to a permanent finish. The edge of the tile has a wavy, paper-like edge, forming a nice contrast with the black wooden board upon which it is mounted. The wall hanging measures 7.5" square, arrives boxed, and is ready to hang. Individually made by hand in Manitoba, Canada.
  • Celtic Cross Ceramic Wall Art Tile
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    Though the Celtic Cross has origins in ancient Ireland, the cross is rich in history and is today revered by many cultures. Though a basic version of the symbol was in use prior to Christianity, there is no question that the Celtic Cross became a significant religious symbol in the days when the Irish Celts converted to Christianity. Today, that significance remains, as the Celtic Cross stands as a proud symbol of one's Irish/Scottish/Welsh heritage, and is considered an important symbol of protection and faith. The circle surrounding the cross is considered a symbol of eternity, while the elaborate interwoven nature is the result of the influence of the Celtic Knot. This unique ceramic tile depicting the Celtic Cross Knot is handcrafted of stoneware clay, hand-painted, provided with a white crackle glaze, and high-fired to a permanent finish. The edge of the tile has a wavy, paper-like edge, forming a nice contrast with the black wooden board upon which it is mounted. The wall hanging measures 7.5" square, arrives boxed, and is ready to hang. Individually handmade in Manitoba, Canada.
  • Celtic Lover's Knot Ceramic Wall Art Tile
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    The infinite intertwined pattern of the Celtic Lover's Knot (also known as the Eternal Knot) represents a loving relationship. The interwoven nature represents an unending love that cannot be broken, while the circle around the knot signifies protection and spiritual unity. This unique ceramic wall art tile depicting the Celtic Lover's Knot is handcrafted of stoneware clay, hand-painted, provided with a white crackle glaze, and high-fired to a permanent finish. The edge of the tile has a wavy, paper-like edge, forming a nice contrast with the black wooden board upon which it is mounted. The wall hanging measures 7.5" square, arrives boxed, and is ready to hang. Individually handcrafted in Manitoba, Canada.
  • Welsh Dragon Ceramic Wall Art Tile
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    Long a heraldic image associated with Wales, today the Red Dragon stands as a symbol of Welsh origins and patriotism. The Red Dragon first appears in British history records in the year 829, but earlier legends link the dragon to the battle standards of King Arthur and other Celtic leaders. This unique ceramic tile depicting the handsome Welsh Dragon is handcrafted of stoneware clay, hand-painted, provided with a white crackle glaze, and high-fired to a permanent finish. The edge of the tile has a wavy, paper-like edge, forming a nice contrast with the black wooden board upon which it is mounted. The wall hanging measures 7.5" square, arrives boxed, and is ready to hang. Individually made by hand in Manitoba, Canada.
  • Scottish Lion Ceramic Wall Art Tile
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    A beloved image in ancient heraldry, emblems, and crests, the lion traditionally symbolizes royalty, valour, strength, and bravery. First used in Scotland by Alexander II in 1222, The lion rampant has long served as a royal emblem of Scotland and on the flag and banner of the King of the Scotts. Today, the Lion Rampant is a frequent symbol of Scottish patriotism. This unique ceramic tile depicting the Scottish Lion Rampant is handcrafted of stoneware clay, hand-painted, provided with a white crackle glaze, and high-fired to a permanent finish. The edge of the tile has a wavy, paper-like edge, forming a nice contrast with the black wooden board upon which it is mounted. The wall hanging measures 7.5" square, arrives boxed, and is ready to hang. Individually made by hand in Manitoba, Canada.
  • Chinese Zodiac Tile : Year of the Horse
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    The Chinese Zodiac (also known as Shēngxiào) operates on a 12-year cycle, with a different animal and personality representing each birth year. This unique ceramic tile depicting the symbol for the Chinese Year of the Horse is handcrafted of stoneware clay, hand-painted, provided with a crackle glaze, and high-fired to a permanent finish. The edge of the tile has a wavy, paper-like edge, forming a nice contrast with the black wooden board upon which it is mounted. The tile arrives boxed and includes a complimentary gift card describing the Year of the Horse personality. Measures 7.5" square and is ready to hang. Created by hand in Manitoba, Canada. The Year of the Horse: The horse is the sign of refinement. Those born in the year of the horse are strong and energetic with great capacity for hard work. Horses are seen as attractive and popular. Independence and freedom are strong characteristics. Famous horses include Isaac Newton, Theodore Roosevelt, Frankin Roosevelt, Clint Eastwood, Harrison Ford, Cindy Crawford, Barbara Streisand, and Nelson Mandela. The birth-dates for those born under the 'Year of the Horse' are as follows: February 11, 1918. - January 31, 1919. January 30, 1930. - February 16, 1931. February 15, 1942. - February 04, 1943. February 03, 1954. - February 16, 1955. January 21, 1966. - February 08, 1967. February 07, 1978. - January 27, 1979. January 27, 1990. - February 14, 1991. February 12, 2002. - January 31, 2003.
  • Evive Designs Black Iris, 1906 Framed Art Print By Georgia O'Keeffe
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    One of Georgia O’Keeffe’s most celebrated floral renditions is the Black Iris, showing the heart of an iris flower, cossetted by many layers of feminine, mysterious petals. 25.5” W x 30” H. Espresso Walnut Petite Flat Frame. High-quality acrylic plexiglass. Ready to hang. Georgia O’Keeffe’s Black Iris, 1906, presented by Evive, is handmade in USA.
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  • Stork Angel Ceramic Wall Hanging
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    Our artist interweaves decorative ceramic artworks with narrative animal imagery. The clay medium allows her to capture the whimsical nature of a creature along with the meaningful narrative of the image. Her Stork Angel is an allegorical synthesis of three figurative entities : The Stork - a symbol of childbirth and kindness in Western culture. The Angel - guardianship symbol, personifying divinity and spirituality. The Fish - represents baptism and miracles in Christianity, and happiness and freedom in Buddhism. Furthermore, Celtic lore regarded the fish as a sign of wisdom and birth. With olive leaf in hand (also an image for goodwill), the Stork Angel stands as guardian upon the wall, providing symbolic protection and lively symbolism for the home.
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  • Miho Unexpected Things Horse Wall Hanging - Palomino
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    Bring the life of the race to your home with this beautiful horse wall hanging from Miho. This stunning design adds a do-it-yourself touch with Miho’s trademark design of slotting pieces of environmentally friendly MDF together. Finished in the colour of a typical horse coat with bright floral mask and fabric reins, adding to the three dimensional effect. With a wall attachment, this horse head will create a centrepiece in any room.Key features: * Material: MDF * Dimensions: H50xL42xW38cm * Grey horse with red and green floral mask * Fix onto any wall * Fabric reins from polyester * Please note decorative item only * Comes in a flat pack
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  • Chinese Zodiac Tile : Year of the Monkey
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    The Chinese Zodiac (also known as Shēngxiào) operates on a 12-year cycle, with a different animal and personality representing each birth year. This unique ceramic tile depicting the symbol for the Chinese Year of the Monkey is handcrafted of stoneware clay, hand-painted, provided with a crackle glaze, and high-fired to a permanent finish. The edge of the tile has a wavy, paper-like edge, forming a nice contrast with the black wooden board upon which it is mounted. The tile arrives boxed and includes a complimentary gift card describing the Year of the Monkey personality. Measures 7.5" square and is ready to hang. Made by hand in Manitoba, Canada. The Year of the Monkey: The monkey is the sign of imagination. Those born in the year of the monkey are very intelligent and inventive. They have a magnetic personality and are well-liked. They can be amusing and may have a naughty steak. Famous monkeys include Julius Caesar, Elizabeth Taylor, Bette Davis, James Stewart, Charlie Parker, Celine Dion, Christina Aguilera, Sammy Sosa and George Lucas. The birth-dates for those born in the 'Year of the Monkey' are as follows: February 20, 1920. - February 07, 1921. January 06, 1932. - January 25, 1933. February 25, 1944. - February 12, 1945. February 12, 1956. - January 30, 1957. January 30, 1968. - February 16, 1969. February 16, 1980. - February 04, 1981. February 04, 1992. - January 22, 1993. January 22, 2004. - February 08, 2005.
  • Chinese Zodiac Tile : Year of the Goat
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    The Chinese Zodiac (also known as Shēngxiào) operates on a 12-year cycle, with a different animal and personality representing each birth year. This unique ceramic tile depicting the symbol for the Chinese Year of the Goat is handcrafted of stoneware clay, hand-painted, provided with a crackle glaze, and high-fired to a permanent finish. The edge of the tile has a wavy, paper-like edge, forming a nice contrast with the black wooden board upon which it is mounted. The tile arrives boxed and includes a complimentary gift card describing the Year of the Goat personality. Measures 7.5" square and is ready to hang. Made by hand in Manitoba, Canada. The Year of the Goat: the goat is the sign of art. Those born in the year of the goat are creative, elegant and artistic. They seek peace and harmony in their lives and avoid confrontation. Stability and security are important elements. Famous goats include Mark Twain, Mikhail Gorbachev, Babe Ruth, Jane Austen, Whoopi Goldberg, Liberace, Mick Jagger and Bill Gates. The birth-dates for those born under the Year of the Goat are as follows: February 01, 1919. - February 19, 1920. February 17, 1931. - February 05, 1932. February 05, 1943. - February 24, 1944. January 24, 1955. - February 11, 1956. February 09, 1967. - January 29, 1968. January 28, 1979. - February 15, 1980. February 15, 1991. - February 03, 1992. February 01, 2003. - January 21, 2004.
  • Chinese Zodiac Tile : Year of the Snake
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    The Chinese Zodiac (also known as Shēngxiào) operates on a 12-year cycle, with a different animal and personality representing each birth year. This unique ceramic tile depicting the symbol for the Chinese Year of the Snake is handcrafted of stoneware clay, hand-painted, provided with a crackle glaze, and high-fired to a permanent finish. The edge of the tile has a wavy, paper-like edge, forming a nice contrast with the black wooden board upon which it is mounted. The tile arrives boxed and includes a complimentary gift card describing the Year of the Snake personality. Measures 7.5" square and is ready to hang. Made by hand in Manitoba, Canada. The Year of the Snake: the snake is the sign of wisdom. Those born in the 'Year of the Snake' tend to be romantic, intense and deep-thinking. Snakes are shrewd in business, fine decision makers and often are financially successful. Famous snakes include Alfred Nobel, Pablo Picasso, Ghandhi, Mao Zedong, Joan Crawford, Oprah Winfrey, J.K. Rowling and Stephen Hawking. The birth-dates for those born under the Year of the Snake are as follows: January 23, 1917. - February 10, 1918. February 10, 1929. - January 29, 1930. January 27, 1941. - February 14, 1942. February 14, 1953. - February 02, 1954. February 02, 1965. - January 20, 1966. February 18, 1977. - February 06, 1978. February 06, 1989. - January 26, 1990. January 24, 2001. - February 11, 2002. February 10, 2013. - January 30, 2014.
  • Chinese Zodiac Tile : Year of the Rabbit
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    The Chinese Zodiac (also known as Shēngxiào) operates on a 12-year cycle, with a different animal and personality representing each birth year. This unique ceramic tile depicting the symbol for the Chinese Year of the Rabbit is handcrafted of stoneware clay, hand-painted, provided with a crackle glaze, and high-fired to a permanent finish. The edge of the tile has a wavy, paper-like edge, forming a nice contrast with the black wooden board upon which it is mounted. The tile arrives boxed and includes a complimentary gift card describing the Year of the Rabbit personality traits. Measures 7.5" square and is ready to hang. Made by hand in Manitoba, Canada. The Year of the Rabbit: The rabbit is the sign of peace. Those born in the 'Year of the Rabbit' are talented, ambitious, articulate and affectionate. They are also known to be shrewd and have an intuitive sense. Famous rabbits include Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, Walt Whitman, Frank Lloyd Wright, Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope, David Beckham and Tiger Woods. The birth-dates for those born under the sign of the Rabbit are as follows: February 02, 1927 - January 22, 1928. February 19, 1939. - February 07, 1940. February 06, 1951. - January 26, 1952. January 25, 1963. - February 12, 1964. February 11, 1975. - January 30, 1976. January 29, 1987. - February 16, 1988. February 16, 1999. - February 04, 2000. February 03, 2011. - January 22, 2012.
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  • Horchow Dramatic Bloom Giclee
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    Designed with a floated top mat to add the illusion of depth, this charming print is a giclee reproduction of a contemporary floral painting. The original was created using ink on drafting film. Giclee on paper. Wood frame with scale-textured golden finish. Protected under glass. 17"Sq. x 1"D. Handcrafted in the USA. Boxed weight, approximately 9 lbs.
  • Crate & Barrel Blaze Wall Art
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    Flame finishing gives each disk in this intriguing wall hanging a unique, rich coppery color. Each round is welded into place on a woven wire grid, angled and tilted to wink its distinct metallic hue within the dynamic and textured whole. May be hung at any angle.
  • CB2 Straight-Up Wall Hanging
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    Special screening. Bold geometric diamonds colorblock this graphic wall hanging inspired by traditional Indian rugs. Handwoven of recycled textiles from screenprinting and blockprinting houses in India, overscaled canvas is woven from achada, the grey/black cloth that covers printing tables. With each print, the pigments leave an impression on the cloth, layering an abstract composition of color and texture. Artfully upcycled, the achada is cut into strips and handloomed by Delhi artisans into variegated rows of grey. In bold contrast, strips of canvas are handpainted opaque shades of blue, green and red, and woven into the design as graphic diamonds that pop with spontaneous rhythm. Due to the handwoven process, each wall hanging will vary in size. CB2 Edition LMTD: CB2 Edition LMTD original works are offered one time only in a small reserve. This special CB2 Edition LMTD design has a limited-edition release of 150. Details and Dimensions: Straight-up wall hanging. 27"Wx61"H. CB2 Edition LMTD design. Handloomed recycled "achada" fabric. Handpainted and handwoven canvas. Wipe with clean, dry cloth. Each is unique. Made in India. Overall Dimensions: Width: 27" Height: 61"
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  • Empirical Style Domestic Cat Zoological Wall Chart
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    These vintage style science wall chart featuring bold zoological illustrations are an incredible wall feature. They are printed on linen cloth-backed paper and flanked with a wooden rod at the top and bottom and cloth tie to hang. These charts are printed in the same European printing shop and by the same family company since the 1950′s. The work is done by hand preventing any loss of colour or artistic nuance and guarantees the outstanding quality of each chart. Mounted on canvas and fitted with wooden rods, nylon cord and fabric tie. Chart dimensions - W 32 inches x L 43 inches. This series of graphic botanical and zoological images was illustrated by Jung-Koch-Quentell in the 1890's and updated in the 1950's and 1960's. These ship from Australia and have a current lead time of 6 weeks.
  • 5x7 Quotable Canvas Wall Art Collection: Sisters are Flowers
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    "Sisters are different flowers from the same garden." A flowery collage image by artist Ian Nicholas is accompanied by a heartfelt quote about the bonds between sisters. Measuring 5" x 7", the print is mounted upon canvas stretched on wood and arrives ready to hang on the wall with a hook on reverse.
  • Evive Designs Small Modern Symmetry V Framed Art Print By Chariklia Zarris
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    The Small Modern Symmetry V framed art print by Chariklia Zarris is so on-trend right now with its ceramic tile-inspired design on a textured, Prussian blue background. The print will blend softly with pastel color schemes or counterpoint contrasts like orange and yellow very elegantly. 12.5” W x 12.5” H. Single-matted, satin white flat-front petite frame. High-quality glass. Ready to hang. Chariklia Zarris’ Small Modern Symmetry V Framed Art Print, presented by Evive, is handmade in USA.
  • Empirical Style House Fly Zoological Wall Chart
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    These vintage style science wall chart featuring bold zoological illustrations are an incredible wall feature. They are printed on linen cloth-backed paper and flanked with a wooden rod at the top and bottom and cloth tie to hang. These charts are printed in the same European printing shop and by the same family company since the 1950′s. The work is done by hand preventing any loss of colour or artistic nuance and guarantees the outstanding quality of each chart. Mounted on canvas and fitted with wooden rods, nylon cord and fabric tie. Chart dimensions - W 32 inches x L 43 inches. This series of graphic botanical and zoological images was illustrated by Jung-Koch-Quentell in the 1890's and updated in the 1950's and 1960's. Unless noted "QUIK SHIP" ~ these ship from Australia and have a current lead time of 6 weeks.
  • Empirical Style Tulip Wall Chart
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    These vintage style science wall chart featuring bold botanical illustrations are an incredible wall feature. They are printed on linen cloth-backed paper and flanked with a wooden rod at the top and bottom and cloth tie to hang. These charts are printed in the same European printing shop and by the same family company since the 1950′s. The work is done by hand preventing any loss of colour or artistic nuance and guarantees the outstanding quality of each chart. Mounted on canvas and fitted with wooden rods, nylon cord and fabric tie. Chart dimensions - W 23 inches x 44 inches. This series of graphic botanical and zoological images was illustrated by Jung-Koch-Quentell in the 1890's and updated in the 1950's and 1960's. These ship from Australia and have a current lead time of 6 weeks.
  • Empirical Style Male Fern Wall Chart
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    These vintage style science wall chart featuring bold botanical illustrations are an incredible wall feature. They are printed on linen cloth-backed paper and flanked with a wooden rod at the top and bottom and cloth tie to hang. These charts are printed in the same European printing shop and by the same family company since the 1950′s. The work is done by hand preventing any loss of colour or artisitc nuance and guarantees the outstanding quality of each chart. Mounted on canvas and fitted with wooden rods, nylon cord and fabric tie. Chart dimensions - W 23 inches x 44 inches. This series of graphic botanical and zoological images was illustrated by Jung-Koch-Quentell in the 1890's and updated in the 1950's and 1960's. Unless noted "QUIK SHIP" ~ these ship from Australia and have a current lead time of 6 weeks.
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