Erin Lightfoot | April 18, 2013

Pretty handmade porcelain jewellery and vases from Australian designer Erin Lightfoot. See more in her shop!

{ photos from Erin Lightfoot website }

posted under: Fashion, Gift Ideas, Home Décor, Jewellery


  1. this pattern are great.

    at first i thought it was tape in the first pic.
    that would be nice.

    greatings from berlin :o)
  2. Those are so pretty! I love the patwork effect, it's reminiscent of Native American artifacts but the pastels make it more modern and easier to match with different types of decor!
  3. love the use of the ikat/batik patterns!
  4. it's so beautiful ! I love the bangles ... ! <3
  5. I thought the bangles were tape too! They are gorgeous.
  6. These are lovely. Awesome geometrics.
  7. Oh gosh these are just absolutely gorgeous. Love the design.
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