Simonetta Migliorisi

Simonetta Migliorisi

Simonetta Migliorisi
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Geisha Asian quilt

Geisha Asian quilt

This is brilliant. She used two shelves from one of those wire shelving units and zip tied empty thread spools in all four corners and the middle.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

This is brilliant. She used two shelves from one of those wire shelving units and zip tied empty thread spools in all four corners and the middle.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

Office drawer organizing. A DIY project using old boxes. Free, easy and so pretty to look at!

Office drawer organizing. A DIY project using old boxes. Free, easy and so pretty to look at!

I benefici di bere al mattino acqua calda, limone e un pizzico di curcuma - Ambiente Bio

I benefici di bere al mattino acqua calda, limone e un pizzico di curcuma - Ambiente Bio

Acqua calda e limone al mattino, a stomaco vuoto, possono essere un toccasana per il nostro organismo. Ancora di più se si aggiunge anche un pezzetto di curcuma...

Acqua calda e limone al mattino, a stomaco vuoto, possono essere un toccasana per il nostro organismo. Ancora di più se si aggiunge anche un pezzetto di curcuma...

Alimenti vegetali ricchi di ferro

Alimenti vegetali ricchi di ferro

The history of ARITA began in 1616, when the Korean potter, Ri Sanpei, discovered kaolin at Mt. Izumiyama in Arita Area and made porcelain for the first time in Japan. Arita is the oldest porcelain style that currently exists in Japan, and is designated as a Traditional Crafts by the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry, since 1977.

The history of ARITA began in 1616, when the Korean potter, Ri Sanpei, discovered kaolin at Mt. Izumiyama in Arita Area and made porcelain for the first time in Japan. Arita is the oldest porcelain style that currently exists in Japan, and is designated as a Traditional Crafts by the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry, since 1977.

Goro Suzuki

Goro Suzuki

Kenzan-style tea bowl with design of plum blossoms  late 19th century    Ogata Kenzan , (Japanese, 1663-1743)   Meiji era     Red earthenware with white slip and iron pigment under transparent lead glaze  H: 8.1 W: 10.6 cm   Kyoto, Japan

Kenzan-style tea bowl with design of plum blossoms late 19th century Ogata Kenzan , (Japanese, 1663-1743) Meiji era Red earthenware with white slip and iron pigment under transparent lead glaze H: 8.1 W: 10.6 cm Kyoto, Japan