Based on the ideas of the Japanese Shinto religion believing that everything in nature has a soul - a mountain rock, a plant, a pebble on the beach - Louise Gaarmann & I designed a wide range of ceramic figures and blew life into them. The small Ghosts inhabit your living space and are useful for many things - paper weights, door stoppers, toys, wedding ring holders, kitchen talismans or as company on a lonely night with no friends around to talk to.
Each Ghost is unique, hand thrown in earthenware, hand glazed, hand decorated and low-fired in the kiln three times.
Dimensions: Approx 9-10 cm tall
Ready to ship
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