Thursday, May 13

rae dunn....

is a ceramicist whose work is strongly influenced by the japanese aesthetic of wabi-sabi, the beauty of things imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete. she has a beautiful selection here of one of a kind pieces and that selection is always changing, however, we are lucky to have some less expensive pieces here at o'suz. below are some new goods that just arrived. check out the woodgrain, love it!

supersweet votives that read: sparkle glow peace believe light and shine

simple mugs that read: serenity wisdom patience peace strength and comfort
wash and nourish set
woodgrain birdhouse that read home and knock
(we know a few moms that got one for moms day)

woodgrain planters that read: flourish grow and thrive
(these could have so many cool uses but i picture succulents)

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