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    Glenda Jordan hand brushes her botanical designs with a batik-based process and finishes them with a food-safe glaze.

    MoMA Design Store PERPETUAL CALENDAR was designed by CA-based industrial designer Gideon Dagan. This clever desktop calendar was designed to be used year after year by moving magnetic balls manually to mark the date and month.

    These hand thrown ceramic bowls were made to look like they were in an earthquake. By Nelson, CA-based artist Paul DiPasqua, who has works in the Crocker’s permanent collection.

    Take art making into your own hands with these fun fingerprint books & kits!

    The cutest songbird speakers by kikkerland design design. Available at Crocker Art Museum Store

    It's a hat! It's a hand puppet! It's a Puphat from Zolo, available in different adorable characters. Made from 50% natural pima cotton and 50% eco-friendly tencel. One size fits most ages 0-4.

    The Davis-based artist Heidi Bekebrede displays her warm sense of humor in her Cuteware. Each whimsical piece is individually high fired and then low fire glazes are applied.

    Auburn-based studio potter Marianne DeMartini creates hand-thrown, hand-carved pieces. All her work is lead-free and food, microwave, and dishwasher safe.

    Beat the winter blahs with this vibrant color wheel umbrella from MoMA.

    Stay dry under a blue sky. The classic MoMA umbrella is available at the Crocker Art Museum Store.

    Takobia jewelry is made from lightweight iron, brass, or zinc alloy and then silver or gold plated.