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Set at her farm in Oregon's Willamette Valley, Sundance artisan Katherine Dunn writes about "Healing Conversations in the Barnyard," a memoir of grief and healing that opens readers' eyes to love, joy and humor in the ebb and flow of life. As she tends to her "misfits of love"—aged, abandoned and ailing farm animals—she shares conversations in the magical space where humans connect with animals. Photos and illustrations by the author. USA. Paperbound. 6" x 9".
$35.00
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Put your feet on the coffee table—drinks, too. You'll only enhance its ravaged, rough-hewn patina, gained over a century of service in a Belgian brickworks. Thick steel frames the azobe-wood planks; underneath, a welded, distressed steel base. Weighs approx. 200 lbs. 55"L x 36-1/2"D x 16"H.
$1,295.00
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Pine reclaimed from rustic structures bears the knots bestowed by nature, the saw marks and nail holes added by artisans. It's kiln-dried, bleached, sanded, lightly waxed and finally sealed with a protective coat of matte lacquer. Three cubbies hold cable box, DVR, Blu-ray player, game consoles, etc. Six drawers (three 19"W x 14-1/2"D x 2-1/2"H, three 19"W x 14-1/2"D x 6-1/2"H) store entertainment accoutrements. Nickel pulls. 68"W x 20"D x 26"H.
$1,795.00
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