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Wear a Piece of  Zen-Inspired Art with this Bamboo Pendant

Wearing an exquisite piece of Tibetan Zen Buddhist jewelry has a way of changing one’s mood, enlivening spirits and helping the wearer remember to live in the moment.  With this extraordinary new collection of bamboo pendants, women can wear a symbol that recalls the days of graceful Geishas and natural scenes by 18th century Japanese artists.  These hand-made mixed-media pieces are expertly crafted in the USA with beads made from hand-rolled metallic paper and strung with complementary colored wire.  The whole piece is strung on a comfortable cotton cord with adjustable sliding bead knots.

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Brass Incense Burner Tibetan Buddha

The sweet and sultry aroma of incense wafting through your home can help you unwind after a long day.  Incense also makes a creative addition a summer evening get-together.  But all incense is not created equal.  Lovers of Tibetan incense may not appreciate the fruitier scents found in the West, and Indian incense can have a completely different aroma.  Whatever incense you prefer, this Brass Incense Burner with a Tibetan Buddha will make an excellent addition to your home decor. 

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Close out the Cares of this World with Elegant Japanese Fusima Doors

How do you make a small living space more functional, or loft-style apartment cozier?  The simplest answer is to create intimate spaces with a Shoji screen or with Japanese Fusima Doors.  Similar to the impact of Shoji screens, Fusima doors can redefine the spaces within a room while adding a decorator’s touch.  The major difference is that instead of folding up, accordion-style, they slide from side to side on tracking.  They can also be used as actual doors for rooms or closet doors.

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The Perfect Reminder that Every Crisis Can Really Be an Opportunity

You may have seen the popular expression “Every crisis is an opportunity” on inspiration posters around the office, but did you know this saying has its roots in Chinese calligraphy?  In choosing the symbolism for this word “crisis”, the Chinese used an interesting pictorial language.  This framed “Crisis and Opportunity” print is based on the characters for “crisis” which, ironically, can be interpreted as “danger” and “opportunity."

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July 4th Clearance Sale!

Save Money on our July 4th Clearance Sale on Closeout Item in our Store

15% off all clearance products! Expires midnight July 4, 2010.

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