Explore Children, Tea Time and more!

Explore related topics

This beautiful project is simple for kids to make and is a lovely momento for a loved one. Inspired by Bitossi ceramics of the 60's

This beautiful project is simple for kids to make and is a lovely momento for a loved one. Inspired by Bitossi ceramics of the 60's

THE LONE RANGER 1961 Vintage Children's Ceramic Cup by Keele St. Pottery, RARE!!!

Details about THE LONE RANGER 1961 Vintage Children's Ceramic Cup by Keele St. Pottery, RARE

THE LONE RANGER 1961 Vintage Children's Ceramic Cup by Keele St. Pottery, RARE!!!

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at http://www.etsy.com/listing/154439166/made-to-order-ceramic-ice-baby-guardian

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at http://www.etsy.com/listing/154439166/made-to-order-ceramic-ice-baby-guardian

Take a look at this 'At Least You Don't Have Ugly Children' Ceramic Mug today!

Take a look at this 'At Least You Don't Have Ugly Children' Ceramic Mug today!

Children's Ceramic Woodland Animals Tea Set: This gorgeous toadstool themed tea set comes in a beautiful, colourful carry case featuring a pink, purple and white flowery edge. A really lovely set which can create hours of fun. Each set includes a tea pot, four cups and saucers, a milk jug, sugar bowl and four tea spoons.

Children's Ceramic Woodland Animals Tea Set: This gorgeous toadstool themed tea set comes in a beautiful, colourful carry case featuring a pink, purple and white flowery edge. A really lovely set which can create hours of fun. Each set includes a tea pot, four cups and saucers, a milk jug, sugar bowl and four tea spoons.

262 mentions J’aime, 9 commentaires - Erica Tuomi (@willowvane) sur Instagram : "Small planters"

262 mentions J’aime, 9 commentaires - Erica Tuomi (@willowvane) sur Instagram : "Small planters"

Ceramic children stuck to the wall. by American artist Beth Lo – she was born in the USA to parents who had immigrated from China…      “My work revolves primarily around issues of family and my Asian-American background. Cultural marginality and blending, tradition and Westernization, language and translation are key elements in my work.”  Beth is a professor of ceramics & drawing at the University of Montana

Ceramic children stuck to the wall. by American artist Beth Lo – she was born in the USA to parents who had immigrated from China… “My work revolves primarily around issues of family and my Asian-American background. Cultural marginality and blending, tradition and Westernization, language and translation are key elements in my work.” Beth is a professor of ceramics & drawing at the University of Montana

Pinterest
Search