Sarah Ann Ceramics' Dinnerware is Inspired by Animal Footprints

By: Allison Love - Published: Jul 28, 2010 • References: sarahannceramics &
Sarah Ann Ceramics' new line of china features the tiny little footprints of various animals across beautifully crafted surfaces.

Along with creating cute and classic china, the artist posts little known facts about insects and animals on her Etsy store to go along with her hand-crafted work. For example, she tells us that "spider crickets are also known as cave crickets. They spend most of their lives in total darkness relying heavily on their sense of touch (hence their long extremities)." Stats for Footprint China Trending: Older & Chilly
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