#TheList: Home Sweet Home. Interior designer Ashley Whittaker shares her must-haves#TheList: Home Sweet Home. Interior designer Ashley Whittaker shares her must-haves

#TheList: Home Sweet Home. Interior designer Ashley Whittaker shares her must-haves#TheList: Home Sweet Home. Interior designer Ashley Whittaker shares her must-haves

Rare Charming Vintage Ceramic Pear Trinket by bettyrayvintage, $20.00

Rare Charming Vintage Ceramic Pear Trinket Container-Jersey Farms Pottery

Minimalist Interior Space by Steininger Designers with a nice surprise | Modern Interiors

Minimalist Interior Space by Steininger Designers with a nice surprise

From Penkridge Ceramics, a small workshop near Birmingham, England, comes an elegant addition to your fruit bowl, table, or desk. This porcelain pear has a matte black finish that emphasizes the natural form of the original, plucked fresh from the tree. Inspired by trompe-l'œil canvases and cast from nature, it has been glazed for a washable finish that is impermeable to light and heat.

Pear with Twig and Two Leaves

From Penkridge Ceramics, a small workshop near Birmingham, England, comes an elegant addition to your fruit bowl, table, or desk. This porcelain pear has a matte black finish that emphasizes the natural form of the original, plucked fresh from the tree. Inspired by trompe-l'œil canvases and cast from nature, it has been glazed for a washable finish that is impermeable to light and heat.

Chinese Handan stoneware decorated in black under a turquoise glaze, 1300-1400.      This elegant vase appealed to George Salting (1835-1909), a passionate collector who bequeathed to the Museum a large number of Chinese ceramics. When Salting bought this piece it was already more than 400 years old. The Chinese had always treasured ancient ceramics, but it was only after the opening up of China to the West after 1840 that antique items became available to other collectors.

Chinese Handan stoneware decorated in black under a turquoise glaze, 1300-1400. This elegant vase appealed to George Salting (1835-1909), a passionate collector who bequeathed to the Museum a large number of Chinese ceramics. When Salting bought this piece it was already more than 400 years old. The Chinese had always treasured ancient ceramics, but it was only after the opening up of China to the West after 1840 that antique items became available to other collectors.

Porcelain Pear Sculptures

Porcelain Pear Sculptures

Porcelain Pear Sculptures | Home Interior Gift - Realistic Pear Fruit Sculptures Handmade From Porcelain

Group of three hand built ceramic pears. Earthy by HouseOfCeramics

Group of three hand built ceramic pears. Earthy, rustic, pale, hand made, hand painted

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