The Peaceable Kingdom will have on view Peruvian retablos, hand-crafted and colorfully painted miniature sculptures by the Jimenez family from the Andean region of Ayacucho, Peru.
Whether they are made from soapstone, banana leaf fibre, African textiles or Mahogany (from Ghana and Kenya), alabaster, wool or clay (Peru), painted wood (India, Indonesia and Guatemala), orange peels or bread dough (Ecuador), oil drum metal (Haiti), felt (Kyrgystan), or elk horn (Exeter, RI), these creche scenes will delight and amaze you.
The Peaceable Kingdom starts its annual summer sale this Gallery Night. The sale is storewide and can be up to 40% off. So if you have put off calming down with a Tibetan Buddhist Singing Bowl, dressing up with a silk ikat chappan from Afghanistan, covering part of the floor with a hand-woven rug from Turkey, playing a djembe from Ghana or simply adding to your jewelry collection, now is the time to do it.