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- adj. made by hand or by a hand process. Contrasted to
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- adj. made by hand or a hand process
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Ocumicho in the Mexican state of Michoacan is known for its hand-crafted ceramics.
The idea for a small-scale, hand-crafted alcohol came from Galsworthy's travels around the States as export manager for the London brewery Fullers.
Surely it must go beyond wearing a piece of hand-crafted indigenous apparel.
What better way to spend a perfect weather day than inserting yourself into a swarm of people looking at hand-crafted treasures?
These hand-crafted ceramic flower pots entice shoppers.
If you decide to visit the enchanting, Mexican town of La Peñita, make sure you attend the tianguis, a gigantic every Thursday market with close to one hundred merchants selling everything from fruits and vegetables to artisan crafts, in and around the main town square. These hand-crafted ceramic flower pots entice shoppers. © Christina Stobbs, 2009
Some rooms have balconies and others fireplaces; each suite has its own beautiful color scheme and the private baths are covered with hand-crafted Talavera-tiles.
Recently, the 28-year-old unveiled his first collection of handbags and shoes all hand-crafted in Italy available at Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus.
One is "Scale of Justice Carried by Shore Foam" 2010, a large, hand-crafted sculpture of foam, on top of which is positioned a precariously-balanced scale of justice on a turbulent crest.
Nature is a hand-crafted modern ceramic planter intended for growing a variety of herbs and flowers designed by Design Night.
A few days ago someone posted an Ebay auction for this 250-pound hot rod couch is entirely hand-crafted in metal, features black leather upholstery, and boasts sunset orange pearl durable automotive paint.