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9 Gorgeous Finds From Black Sellers On Etsy

From art pieces to quilts, candles to kids' toys, here you'll find some of the most stunning creations on Etsy.

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Based in The Netherlands, Studio Nom makes gorgeous and graphic contemporary fiber art. Its handmade to order (so colors may vary slightly which is part of the fun) and is made using cotton rope and natural dyes.
$177.62
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This beautiful printed scarf is made of 100% organic cotton and it can double as a hair wrap. It’s from Etsy seller Emma Hall (of EmmaMakeStudio), and she also offers beautiful wall art prints.
$52.32
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This succulent geode planter comes from husband-and-wife duo Val and Ray Talbert who raw mineral geode planters and candles. The duo, selling under Tal & Bert, is from Pittsburgh and their work is inspired by the Japanese art of wabi-sabi, which celebrates imperfections.
$108.50
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Sisters Sandra and Jennifer Mapp are the brains (and the noses) behind Kindred Essence, an Etsy shop specializing in luxe candles, grooming products, and organic shea butter soaps. Here earthy and floral aromas combine for an amazing scent that lingers.
$9
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From Erin Carter of Perpetual Bliss Co comes a luxe line of concrete accessories and sculptural candles. When the Atlanta-based interior and retail designer, found her work slowing at the onset of pandemic, she began making home goods as a creative outlet — lucky us.
$65
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“I felt a drive to create something for my children and children like them, who were unaccustomed to seeing their likenesses in their toys,” Paper Play & Wonder’s Shaina Adams says. You can print these cards right at home.
$6
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Etsy seller Caster Pettway of Quilts By Caster makes stunning and high-quality quilts that follow the Gee’s Bend’s four generation quilting tradition which hails out of Alabama. This one is handcrafted in shades of blue with an animal print woven in.
$1,975
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“Women are underrepresented in art, especially women of color. We’re strong, beautiful, and so much more powerful than the media gives us credit for,” illustrator Melissa Koby of MKobyArt says. Her gorgeous colorful prints, called “The Quarantine Series” have resonated globally.
$35
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This stunning catch all tray from Tara Jayne Designs is made using concrete, acrylic paint, resin, and cork. Philadelphia is where the seller creates hand-poured and painted concrete items like trays, incense holders, and coasters.
$28
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