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Worldly Goods

Worldly Goods
June 2010
Map out more intriguing interiors with items from afar

1 { BASIC } An eclectic collection of wooden napkin rings lends international flavor to even the simplest Lowcountry supper. $4 each at Nadeau

2 { EXCLUSIVE } Folk artist and Lowcountry native Joy Robinson made this JouJou mama doll by hand from batik. $128 at Gibbes Museum of Art store

3 { HIPSTER } With a removable wooden head atop a bone container, this medicine or snuff holder can remedy any dull desktop, bookshelf, or side table.
$48 at Seeking Indigo

4 { ARTSY } Kamoi Kakoshi’s MT Deco washi paper masking tape sticks to fun and funky designs to elevate the household staple. $10 for set of two at Worthwhile

5 { SPLURGE } Made from dyed natural materials, this Zulu tribe creation serves as an artful ode to Africa’s basket-weaving tradition. $1,800 at