These house numbers are handcut and embossed by artisans in Haiti. They are approx 4.5 inches square and have holes for screws. Screws are not supplied.
Meet the Artisans
When you visit Croix des Bouquets, the area of town known for Haitian metal art in the capital of Port-Au-Prince, you are met with a cacophony of tink, tink, tink as ball peen hammers strike sheets of steel. The sheets are cut from steel drums colored by oil and other liquids the drums at one time held. The process of turning sheets of metal into beautiful wall art is all done by hand, from cutting holes that become edges of trees and leaves, to accenting each lizard with a texture of scales, to painting or lacquering the final design. The artists are proud of their work, signing the pieces on the back side, leaving a raised, reversed signature on the front.
Carved from sandalwood, this novel tribal 2-piece sculpture represents a woman, her elongated head perched on her narrow neck. Please allow minor variations as each piece is handmade. : 6 inches tall x 2.5 inches wide x 35 mm deep Meet the Artisans Based in...
Beautifully carved, dyed, ethically sourced bone arranged in a chevron pattern accents this wood frame made in India. The natural texture of the bone allows color variation in each piece ranging from indigo to periwinkle to soft ivory. The 6.5 x 8.5 x .75-inch frame...
Hand carved in India from rosewood with a botanical design, this 7 x 7 x 7/8- inch frame with glass covering the photo opening, has easy-to-use hinges for removing the back. With a wood easel back for standing the frame, the frame holds a 3x3...
Hand carved in India from rosewood with a botanical design, this 8 X 10-inch frame with glass covering the photo opening has easy-to-use hinges for removing the back. With a wood easel back for standing and a hook for vertical hanging, the frame holds a...