Here at Three Stone Steps we’re about to get an early–and not a tiny– shipment of our famously amazing recycled dreidels to send out some retailers.
I’m told I talk about my dreidels incessantly but I find them sort of amazing. I think it might be because they were the first really different product I worked on before branching out to recycledJudaica made in Haiti. You can see the dreidels below. (I never tire of showing them off. Ever. )
Here at Three Stone Steps we tend to organize our recycled metal art from Haiti thematically. In fact, our our wholesale page is organized in sort of large categories like flora, fauna, crosses, Judaica, etc. (Even if you’re not a retailer, feel free to take a look!)
But, there are subcategories. There was a blog post recently on the large amount of roosters we have. We also have a lot of other birds.
Among the most popular piece we carry is the dove:
Like (almost) everyone else, I’m trying to keep cool. And, while I’m definitely not a Christmas in July type–except for the fact that I’m in the midst of wholesaling Three Stone Steps’ line of recycled ornaments, trees, dreidels, and menorahs now– I thought a photo of a very cool, blue ornament wouldn’t be such a bad idea for a Friday Photo.
And, while global warming is pretty much at the top of a lot of people’s mind, you should know that this papier-mâché ornament is made by hand from recycled cement bags outdoors in Jacmel, Haiti (where it’s actually cooler than it is here in Baltimore) by a mother and daughter team, so besides the shipping, there’s really no carbon footprint. And, should you not care for this cool blue, other colors and styles are available.
Happy (hot) Friday.
It’s been a while since we’ve had them, but there’s a new page featuring silk and cotton wallets right here.
Oh, and while publishing, I lost my homepage, so there’s a new one here, too.
More coming soon.
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