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Arts & Crafts Vase from Pavonine Glass

Small Furnishings for the Arts & Crafts Home

by ACH admin on February 11, 2014

in Art + Craft

ABOVE: Arts & Crafts Vase from Pavonine Glass.

Products from today’s artisans that you may want to add to your collection.

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Arts & Crafts Press

Arts & Crafts Press

Yoshiko Yamamoto and Bruce Smith hand-press notecards and limited-edition prints from hand-cut blocks on a letterpress. Yoshiko’s print of Matsushima Bay (considered one of the most beautiful in Japan) was created to benefit survivors of the 2011 earthquake. artsandcraftspress.com

Janet Ontko Clay Forms

Janet Ontko Clay Forms

Working with many motifs of the Arts & Crafts movement, Janet Ontko produces tile, birdhouses, and sculptures in clay. Clients often customize her 2″-thick welcome tiles to taste. janetontko.com

Arts & Crafts Period Textiles

Arts & Crafts Period Textiles

The workshop of Dianne Ayres offers hand-embroidered and -stenciled window coverings, table linens, bed coverings, and pillows, plus yardage and supplies. Pillows and bedspreads also sold as kits. textilestudio.com

Ephraim Faience Pottery

Ephraim Faience Pottery

Talented artists at this Arts & Crafts revival pottery individually throw and decorate limited-edition pieces and hand press, cut, and glaze decorative tiles. ephraimpottery.com

The Tapestry House

The Tapestry House

The Tapestry House offers a sizable collection of Arts & Crafts wall hangings woven in Europe. A detail of a William Morris design from 1887, the Peacock tapestry comes in two sizes in 80-percent cotton. thetapestryhouse.com

Pavonine Glass

Pavonine Glass

Evan Chambers uses mouth-blown lustre glass to create vases and lamp shades in the Art Nouveau vein, but also concocts lamps and artistic creatures that incorporate biological specimens cast in fine metals. evanchambersobjects.com

Holton Studio Framemakers

Holton Studio Framemakers

This plein-air painting in oil is by California artist Paul Kratter. The 27” x 23” quartersawn oak frame is built with flush-through mortise-and-tenon joinery, and finished with a 22-karat gold leaf slip. The framed painting is $3030; the frame alone, $800. From Holton Studio Framemakers, (510) 450-0350 holtonframes.com

Door Pottery

Door Pottery

Beautifully handcrafted vases in the Arts & Crafts style. Wheel thrown, hand-decorated, and glazed in a small collaborative studio by artists Scott Draves, Nicky Ross, and John Tiller. doorpottery.com

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