Grey Tableware(60 items)
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Featured Reviews on Grey Tableware
Thank you for making this
The table runner is beautiful. I have done some weaving, and can appreciate what goes in to making this. The color is as shown and there is the yellow design in the center of the runner as well. A nice surprise.
Thats so cool!
Bought this for my daughter and son-in-laws 6th wedding anniversary - the Iron anniversary. It is so unique. When I showed it to my husband, his first words were, Thats so cool! VERY satisfied with my purchase. Great communication by the company to keep me updated on when to expect my package.
This set is absolutely beautiful and match the gray stone cheese stone I hoped I could use with it. Very sturdy and well made. Arrived in perfect condition. Thank you!
"I am trying to weave wall hangings from phrae wa silk as well as replicate the hill tribe's embroidered work."
Popular Grey Tableware
Handwoven Striped Table Runner in Graphite from Guatemala, "Striped Paths in Graphite"$59.99
Pale grey stripes accentuate the graphite body of this table runner, handwoven of cotton on the foot pedal loom. Guatemalan artisan Mirian Otzin designs the table runner, working with techniques that were typically reserved for men. Elaborate indigo patterns and diamond motifs complete the runner for a charming addition to any dining room.
Cotton Table Linen Set (4) in Graphite from Guatemala, "Striped Paths in Graphite"$67.99
Pale grey stripes and indigo patterns accentuate four graphite-colored placemats, handwoven of cotton on the foot pedal loom. Guatemalan artisan Mirian Otzin designs this set of table linens, working with techniques that were traditionally reserved for men. Four graphite napkins with tassels complete the set.
Zigzag Batik Cotton Tablecloth from Thailand, "Rivers Between Mountains"$49.99
Evoking rivers that run between mountain ranges, line motifs and zigzag designs in pale grey decorate the navy body of this cotton tablecloth from Thailand. Working with members of the Hmong hill tribe, Simone Buys designs this tablecloth, which is decorated using the batik method; a wax resist is hand-stamped onto the fabric before it is submerged in dye.