Because everyone could use a little more harmony in their life. Made by etching a design on a metal or stone block and imprinting on paper, lithograph prints were once a popular form of art around various parts of Hong Kong and China. Depicting symbolic hopes of goodwill and prosperity, they were especially popular during special occasions and around Chinese New Year. Signed by the artist, each piece in this collection is an original work.
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A picture within a picture, Thomas Lo K.T. combines the culture of storytelling on vases with traditional wishes of positivity and good fortune.
A totally unique addition to your bar display, this hand-carved double arch wine rack allows your bottles to lie flat...
Artfully cradle your favorite kind of vino in this individually hand-carved, single wine bottle holder for tabletop or bar display....
Interlaced Arabic letters in Naskh, or cursive style, represent calligraphy's beauty and significance in Egyptian artistry. Ditch the shoebox and...
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