FAROE ISLANDS ARCHITECTURAL ORNAMENT (1) White.
Designed after the stone foundations and grass rooftops of the houses of the Faroe Islands, this modern form represents a sense of homeland amidst the jutting rocky islands in the sea between Iceland and Norway - a land that is breathtakingly pure and naturally beautiful. Form and texture arch and bend the shadows around this pure white porcelain house, which is suspended by a metal pin and beautifully curved hanger. Each ornament is personally inscribed, "POAST 2012."
This purchase includes one (1) Faroe Islands architectural ornament. House measures approximately 3.2 cm (1 1/4 inches) tall. Color: white.
Ships from my studio in Norway. Ready to ship. Norwegian Post (posten.no) Priority Mail estimated delivery times:
United States, Canada: 4-7 days
Scandinavia: 2 days
France, Switzerland: 2-3 days
Australia: 5-8 days
Asia: 4-10 days
(For those countries with special customs delays, allow 1-2 weeks for their procedures)
"'I've had this store on my favorite list for a while and finally bought myself an ornament for Christmas. It arrived quickly and looks awesome. Very happy with the store and the ornament." - Scott Baum
"It was hard to choose just one ornament so I got the set. The ornaments are too beautiful to be limited to Christmas and will be on display year round." - rmreynol
I'm a Scandinavian-American artist and designer living in Norway. I studied fine art in Madison, Wisconsin, United States, and worked in arts administration and graphic design in the U.S. My work has taken influence from several years of living in Holland, both from modern Dutch design and from the masters of the Dutch Golden Age, as well as from Scandinavian design here in Norway. My work has been featured in The Huffington Post, HGTV, Dutch Design Week 2011, Apartment Therapy, NRC Netherlands, Sweet Paul Magazine, West Elm, Remodelista, Etsy Blog, Design Mom, and more.
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