Me = Crazy About Ceramics...(Via Made By Girl)

I SERIOUSLY l-o-v-e ceramics in a home. I recently bought a Tibor, which is a ginger jar here in the US but a classic decor piece in Mexico. I haven't decided where to place mine, but for now I'm keeping it on the bookshelf in my office. What do you think?!? 


I purchased this HANDMADE piece via Emilia Ceramics. They actually sell an extensive ceramic collection (all handmade) and this particular one also comes in a blue & white ZIG ZAG as a a lamp base


I can't wait to fill this GORGEOUS jar with a bouquet of FRESH FLOWERS one of these days!



Another ceramics shop I wanted to share with you was Jill Rosenwald. This shop has a ton of ceramics, from vases to cute little ICE CREAM bowls!
 
Imagine showing off this ice cream bowl at a dinner party?!? I'm sure it would get all the attention!  These are also all handmade pieces as well, which I love! 




-images by jill rosenwald
-top image by jen
-2nd image via emilia ceramics


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33 comments

  1. Cool jar! Reminds me of the one my husband had from Peru that I BROKE :(

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  2. I love ceramics, but the price tags tend to scare me off. You know how you're fine with spending a certain amount on one kind of thing but spending that amount on another thing seems excessive? That's me and ceramics.

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  3. KIM: Ahhh yes, they can get pretty pricey! $$....I try to hunt around for deals, but sometimes i find one that I just go crazy for & must have.

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  4. pretty! the jar is wonderful!

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  5. I want a few of those indigo and ivory zig-zag jars, but I want the ones that are taller than me.

    Cheers!

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  6. There are some wonderful pieces here! I love how ceramics have become so modern and fresh ...

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  7. Love the jar, the back and white combination really looks good on your bookshelf.

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  8. Those are so pretty. XOXO

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  9. Stop it! I almost bought that vase for my dining room! Love that tray.

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  10. Love Jill Rosenwald. Discovered her work on Nantucket.

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  11. Wow! Gorgeous purchase Jen, I love the black & white chevron, so bold!!
    Nancy xo

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  12. I'm so glad you posted this! A chevron print ceramic lamp base suddenly became necessary in my living room. :)

    Haley @ Cardigan Junkie
    www.cardiganjunkie.com

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  13. Those are all seriously gorgeous and I love them all! Off to shop now...

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  14. I got a glimpse of this jar in your Valentine's day post and saved the picture as it was a beautiful composition with pink flowers in the foreground...It is such a beautiful piece, Jen!! xx meenal

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  15. They are so beautiful!! I love the chevron stripes! I love going to ceramic shops near by and painting my own and being able to have my own work on display!

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  16. gorgeous pieces. i especially love the ice cream bowl. whats more amazing than eating ice cream out of a beautiful bowl? xo

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  17. OMG! LOVE IT! I must have that in my kitchen. So glad you're on my Daily Blog Love List!

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  18. Such a pretty vase. Looks ESPECIALLY pretty surrounded by all that color!

    Jody

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  19. The big one jar is beautiful!I can't resist on ceramic mug and some jar where I place my orchids and plants at home. Love how the color blends with the wooden furnitures that I have.:)

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  20. SO pretty! i also really like the painting in the book shelf.

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  21. I love ceramics, too! That jar is brilliant!

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  22. So much pretty all in one place! Love the icecream bowls... so adorable!! xo

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  23. Love the chevron print in black and white, what a nice pop! xoxo

    www.luckylucychance.blogspot.com

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  24. Hum, black and white zig zags...as if I need more inspiration...thanks.

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  25. I hear a good chevron pattern...

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  26. Love the selection on Emilia's website. It's not the "typical" Mexican ceramics that we are used to seeing. Because of your post, I'm going to look into carrying some of the chevron pieces. Thanks!!

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  27. Love Jill Rosenwald!! Her items are also on Taigan:

    http://www.taigan.com/shops/corzine/items

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  28. Have fun and go to a paint your own pottery studio and create your own one of a kind! I know you could do something fabulous!!

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  29. Thanks so much for featuring this piece, Jen! It looks beautiful in your home. The zigzag "tibor" was handmade and painted by a lovely 4th generation family-run business in Dolores Hidalgo, Mexico. Their work is awesome and they are such nice people!

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  30. hi jen..i just found this post and i am so glad you used our pottery for your blog. i love how you used the text interlaced with the pix..nice touch! see you. jill

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  31. Love the use of ginger jar on the bookcase. We've included you in our favorite ginger jar posts of 2011, thanks for the mention!

    http://blog.emiliaceramics.com/2011/11/21/blog-round-up-ginger-jars/

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