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This beautiful IPad, tablet, phone holder is hand-formed out of clay and fired with beautiful ceramic glazes. It easily holds any of theseCeramic IPad Holder/Stand/Kitchen/Tablet/Phone by elsakstudios perfect for Polymer ClayCéramique support IPad p Ceramics Projects, Polymer Clay Projects, Slab Pottery, Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Vase, Support Ipad, Cerámica Ideas, Ipad Holder, Tablet Holder

Ceramic Phone Holder

This beautiful phone holder is hand-formed out of clay and fired with ceramic glazes. On its own it is a lovely accessory on a counter-top and can also be used in other ways, like holding a picture frame or displaying business cards. The size of this piece is approximately 4"x 3.5"x 1.75". Please contact for other color options. This particular listing is a stamped swirl design with a teal blue finish and brown accents. Each piece is handmade and therefore some unique variations in stamp…

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Flat Tiles The Easy Way

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Flat Tiles The Easy Way

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Choosing decorative tiles is one of the great joys of interior design. So many choices! As always, it’s a process of elimination as you consider the era and style of your home, the size of the fireplace and existing features, and your own preferences. You don’t need to be narrow about period, as houses were […]

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Pewabic Tile... >>Pewabic Pottery is a studio and school at 10125 East Jefferson Avenue, Detroit, Michigan. Founded in 1903, the studio is known for its iridescent glazes