We had a delivery of recycled metal art from Haiti this morning here at Three Stone Steps. And, since our worldwide headquarters are in Baltimore, Maryland, there’s no way we could pass on ordering up some crabs.
With the exception of our amazing recycled metal menorahs, we tend to shy away from painted metal art, but these content crabs are just too perfect to miss. And, in this part of the world, it’s crab season.
Enjoy the weekend, with or without our Maryland’s state crustacean.
Here are Three Stone Steps we are knee deep in trying to photograph the fantastic hand loomed silk ikats we scored on our Central Asian journey. To let you know what should be coming soon, here’s a photograph of some of the ones we bought, and of a kind-faced seller (whose wares we passed on since we had enough and were suffering from beautiful textile burnout syndrome) at a market in the Fergana Valley.
We have some of these. They’re great.
And, here are some we passed up. But, there’s always next year!
Since we can’t get enough of our tote bags made out of suzanis, today’s Friday Photo brings you yet another design. This one has a different color scheme on each side, so bonus photo today! You can find this one and more here.
We’re making even more progress getting our lovely Central Asia embroidered goods up on oursite, including tote bags that are perfect for summer. You can find this one and more right here.
And, we’re making progress on getting our fantastic Silk Road accessories up on Three Stone Steps’ site. These beautiful, lightweight, handcrafted suzani bags are from the historic Khorezm Province of Uzbekistan. The bag itself is cotton and the embroidery is silk thread. Each bag is one of a kind, and when it’s gone, it’s gone. You can grab one right here.
More coming soon. Enjoy the weekend.
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