• Ghost ornament, Studio arhoj
  • Ghost ornament, Studio arhoj
  • Ghost ornament, Studio arhoj
  • Ghost ornament, Studio arhoj

Ghost ornament

Ghost decorative object by Studio Arhoj.

Inspired by the Japanese Shinto belief that everything in nature has a soul - from a plant to a pebble on the beach - Louise Gaarmann & Anders Arhoj have designed these ceramic figures to animate your home.

Small yet possessing a definitive presence, Ghosts can be used as paperweights, door stops, toys, ring holders or simply as decorative objects.

Each Ghost is unique, hand-thrown in earthenware, hand-glazed, hand decorated and low-fired in the kiln three times.

Please note that the design and manufacturing process means that each Ghost has its own unique colour and pattern, supplied at random; enjoy surprising or being surprised.

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Ghost decorative object by Studio Arhoj.

Inspired by the Japanese Shinto belief that everything in nature has a soul - from a plant to a pebble on the beach - Louise Gaarmann & Anders Arhoj have designed these ceramic figures to animate your home.

Small yet possessing a definitive presence, Ghosts can be used as paperweights, door stops, toys, ring holders or simply as decorative objects.

Each Ghost is unique, hand-thrown in earthenware, hand-glazed, hand decorated and low-fired in the kiln three times.

Please note that the design and manufacturing process means that each Ghost has its own unique colour and pattern, supplied at random; enjoy surprising or being surprised.

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Approx. 9-11cmh

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Hand-glazed earthenware.

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Studio Arhoj is a Danish interior & design studio run by Anders Arhoj. Originally founded in Tokyo in 2006, Studio Arhoj is now based in Denmark.

Studio Arhoj is a Danish interior & design studio run by Anders Arhoj. Originally founded in Tokyo in 2006, Studio Arhoj is now based in Denmark.

In addition to exploring the relationship between Scandinavian simplicity and traditional Japanese culture they are interested in keeping traditions alive and knowledge about old crafts such as wheel throwing and glaze construction. 

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