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Nova 4-inch Round Holder
Shoyeido
Price: 18.99
Plum 4-inch Round Holder
Shoyeido
Price: 18.99
Pearl 4-inch Round Holder
4" hand-thrown
Price: 19.95



Bamboo 4-inch Round Holder
4" hand-thrown
Price: 19.95
Crimson 4-inch Round Holder
Discontinued by Shoyeido
Price: 13.99
Sagebrush 5-inch Round Holder
Discontinued by Shoyeido
Price: 19.95
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Sapphire Eclipse 5-inch Round Holder
Discontinued by Shoyeido
Price: 19.95
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Rust Rim Bowl
4" hand-thrown
Price: 19.95
Blue Bowl
4" hand-thrown
Price: 19.95



Cobalt Bowl
4" hand-thrown - discontinued / collectible!
Price: 19.95
Rust Rim Cup
3 1/2" hand-thrown - discontinued / collectible!
Price: 19.95
Blue Rim Cup
3 1/2" hand-thrown - discontinued / collectible!
Price: 19.95



Cobalt Cup
3 1/2" hand-thrown - discontinued / collectible!
Price: 19.95
Moonlight Bowl
4" hand-thrown - with feet and handles
Price: 19.95
JOHN LENNON
black image on a white 100% heavy cotton tee - (pre-shrunk - made in Haiti) John Lennon - beloved Beatle - was the image of peace and love. He was murdered in 1980 at the age of 40. Shown here "wearing" a Wilkes Barre tee shirt. A real hoot. Gotta love WB! Free Shipping!
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Price: 19.95



WILKES BARRE OVAL/CHARCOAL
image: "authentic Wilkes-Barre est. 1806" - intentionally distressed/antiqued on a genuine pigment-dyed tee made in Honduras of 94% ring spun cotton and 6% organic ring spun cotton - heavy weight. Wear your colors proudly! GO WB! Free Shipping!
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Price: 19.95
WILKES BARRE OVAL/BUCKWHEAT
image: "authentic Wilkes-Barre est. 1806" - intentionally distressed/antiqued on a genuine pigment-dyed made in Honduras of 94% ring spun cotton and 6% organic ring spun cotton - heavy weight. Color is warm and engaging.
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Price: 19.95
CIRCLES ON THE SQUARE - CHOCOLATE
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2-Sided: front is color photo image of our store front - celebrating our 25th anniversary - 1985 - 2010 - back features the menu description of our very popular Combo #25 - the Kirby Wallbanger - our signature meatless veggie sandwich on pumpernickel. A very tasty shirt! Big fun! 100% preshrunk Ultra cotton - made in Haiti. Free Shipping! NOTE: SMALL shirts are currently OUT OF STOCK.
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Price: 19.95



CIRCLES ON THE SQUARE - BLACK
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2-Sided: front is color photo image of our store front - celebrating our 25th anniversary - 1985 - 2010 - back features the menu description of our Combo #9 - the Low Fat Lulu - a smoked turkey sandwich on a baked on premises multigrain loaf. Warning: people will want to eat one! 100% preshrunk Ultra cotton - made in Haiti. Free Shipping! NOTE: MEDIUM & SMALL shirts are currently OUT OF STOCK.
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Price: 19.95
MARKET STREET BRIDGE - WHITE
Built in 1925 - the Market Street Bridge spans the mighty Susquehanna River between Wilkes Barre - Pa and Kingston - Pa. Elegant and winsome - the view shown is from the Kingston side of the river. 100% preshrunk Ultra cotton - made in Haiti Free Shipping!
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Price: 19.95
CLANCY'S FANCY HOT SAUCE
Headquartered in Ann Arbor - MI - Clancy's original label graphic - bold and very Celtic in style - is available on this Fruit of the Loom - made in USA - 100% HD cotton tee. VERY LIMITED STOCK. Clancy's Fancy Hot Sauce is available exclusively at Circles on the Square in Eastern PA. (Stock available: 3 SMALLS ONLY!) Free Shipping!
Price: 29.95



I (HEART) WB - WHITE
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100% heavy cotton - made in Haiti - preshrunk. The back of this engaging shirt features images of both WB namesakes - John Wilkes and Isaac Barre - as well as the Beehive WB City logo - and a concise history of Wilkes Barre - PA and the surrounding area referred to as the Wyoming Valley as featured on Wikipedia. Free Shipping!
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Price: 19.95
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WILKES-BARRE - Pennsylvania - BLACK
Imported 100% preshrunk - Ultracotton quality tee - which sports flowing script "Wilkes-Barre" and a more subtle "Pennsylvania" below it. Available in solid black or slate grey. Screen printed in downtown Wilkes Barre - PA! Free Shipping!
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Price: 19.95
WILKES-BARRE - Pennsylvania - GREY
Imported 100% preshrunk - Ultracotton quality tee - which sports flowing script "Wilkes-Barre" and a more subtle "Pennsylvania" below it. Available in solid black or slate grey. Screen printed in downtown Wilkes Barre - PA! Free Shipping!
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Price: 19.95



PUBLIC (SQUARED) - BLACK
Provincial Wilkes Barre PA is blessed with a center city Public Square (home to Circles on the Square!) which is a business hub - public park and a magnet for visitors. This wry and witty tee reflects true "downtown" humor! 100% Ultra cotton - preshrunk - imported. Free Shipping!
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Price: 19.95
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SUSQUEHANNA RIVER - GREEN MIST
Proud of our native American past - a local tribesman's image flanks the Wickipedia entry for the Susquehanna - the 16th longest river in the USA. It is 444 miles long and scenically outstanding. The shirt color reflects that natural beauty. 100% Ultra cotton - pre shrunk - imported. Free Shipping!
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Price: 19.95
WILKES-BARRE - HISTORY - WHITE
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This two sided tee features the work of a local historian and includes a brief city history (front) and the "curriculum vitae" of Mssrs. Barre and Wilkes on the back. Factually correct and provincially comical - the shirt actually contains four "typos". The challenge is to find them! A truly local product! 100% preshrunk - imported cotton. Free Shipping!
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Price: 19.95



Angel with Cymbals
This angel is one of a set of eight that is found on the fifteen-foot high fron in the center of the Baptistry of the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine. The angels are carved into the sides of an octagonal pinnacled shaft that rises from the center of the front bowl. Five of the angels are playing musical instruments; one is singing; another is carrying a censer; the eighth is praying. The Baptistry was designed by Cram & Ferguson. Its architectural style is 14th century Gothic, showing both French and Spanish influence in its detail. Beige Marble. American 20th Century. 13 x 3 x 2 inches
Price: 49.00
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Angel with Lyre
This angel is one of a set of eight that is found on the fifteen-foot high fron in the center of the Baptistry of the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine. The angels are carved into the sides of an octagonal pinnacled shaft that rises from the center of the front bowl. Five of the angels are playing musical instruments; one is singing; another is carrying a censer; the eighth is praying. The Baptistry was designed by Cram & Ferguson. Its architectural style is 14th century Gothic, showing both French and Spanish influence in its detail. Beige Marble. American, 20th Century. 13.25 x 2.5 x 2 inches
Price: 49.00
Out of Stock
Angel with Censer
This angel is one of a set of eight that is found on the fifteen-foot high fron in the center of the Baptistry of the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine. The angels are carved into the sides of an octagonal pinnacled shaft that rises from the center of the front bowl. Five of the angels are playing musical instruments; one is singing; another is carrying a censer; the eighth is praying. The Baptistry was designed by Cram & Ferguson. Its architectural style is 14th century Gothic, showing both French and Spanish influence in its detail. Beige Marble. American, 20th Century. 13.5 x 3 x 2 inches
Price: 49.00
Out of Stock



Tortoise
This tortoise is suggested by a Mimbres Indian (Arizona, New Mexico) pottery design. The original is always broken when the owner dies to let its Spirit go with him to the Spirit land. Mimbres Indian. Slate. 1st Century. 7.5 x 4.87 x .5 inches
Price: 25.00
Satyr Mask
This relief mask of a satyr, a woodland creature from Greek mythology with a fondness for unrestrained revelry, has been reproduced from the base of a bronze standard lamp in the Great Hall of The Breakers, Newport, Rhode Island. Executed in 1895 for Cornelius Vanderbilt, II, by the New York firm of Archer, Pancoast & Company, the lamp was itself copied from an Italian Baroque torchere. The expressive satyr mask, flanked with grape clusters, is a fine example of late 19th century metalwork. Yellow Bronze. American, 1895. 12.25 x 10 x 5 inches
Price: 75.00
Passion figure with Star
Five Passion figures adorn the fifteen-foot high front of the Baptistry of the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York City. Carved into the sides of a central pinnacled shaft, the figures carry symbols of joyful and sorrowful mysteries. The shell symbolizes the Baptism, the purification of Christ by immersion. The star symbolizes the Nativity. The dove represents the Pentecost. The lily became the dominant symbol of the Virgin in medieval art. The Chalice symbolizes Christ's Last Supper, the night before his crucifixion. Beige Marble. American, 20th century (1928). 10.5 x 3.25 x 2 inches
Price: 45.00



Passion Figure with Lily
Five Passion figures adorn the fifteen-foot high front of the Baptistry of the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York City. Carved into the sides of a central pinnacled shaft, the figures carry symbols of joyful and sorrowful mysteries. The shell symbolizes the Baptism, the purification of Christ by immersion. The star symbolizes the Nativity. The dove represents the Pentecost. The lily became the dominant symbol of the Virgin in medieval art. The Chalice symbolizes Christ’s Last Supper, the night before his crucifixion. Beige Marble. American, 20th century (1928). 10 x 3 x 2 inches
Price: 45.00
Miserigoerge
This fanciful design is based on the sculpted undersides of mainly 14th-century choir stalls known as misericords. From the Latin word Miserere or pity, these hinged seats were designed to provide momentary comfort for aging monks during the long services which were the norm in medieval churches. The themes of these intricate carvings were frequently secular, and many were bawdy. Cathedral Stone. English, 14th century. 2.06 x 3.25 x 3 inches
Price: 28.00
Magdalen College Gargoyle (Large)
The term gargoyle, which derives from the Old French word for windpipe, originally meant a grotesquely carved roof gutter water spout used in Gothic architecture. Today the term refers to any grotesque figure resembling a gargoyle. This delightful recarved example, who may be screaming, yawning, or even singing, comes from Magdalen College Chapel, Oxford University. The chapel dates from the founding of the college in 1458 by William of Waynflete, Bishop of Winchester and Chancellor of England. Cathedral Stone. English, 15th century.
Price: 59.00



Eyes of Horus
The Udjat is the scared eye of Horus, falcon god of Egypt. Egyptian mythology states that Horus lost his left eye in his war with Seth to avenge his father's death. Seth tore the eye into pieces. The eyepieces were discovered by Thoth (the god of wisdom and magic) who was able to reassemble them into a full moon. Thoth returned the eye to Horus who, in turn, gave the eye to his murdered father Osiris, thereby bringing him back to life. The symbol of the udjat was believed to ward off sickness and bad luck and be capable of bringing the dead to life. Slate. Egyptian. 6.25 x 3.75 x .5 inches
Price: 25.00
Ship with Angel
This stone located In the beautiful Hill Burying Ground (overlooking the ocean) in Plymouth, Massachusetts, marks the grave of a young sea captain, Chandler Holmes. The unusually interesting 19th century stone shows the captain's foundering ship, the ship of his life, and the angel of the Resurrection blowing the last trumpet above it. Stone. American 19th century. 6.25 x 11 x 1 inch
Price: 49.00
Misery's Love O Come to Me
This bronze relief comes from one of a series of panels decorating a small letter cabinet, believed to be of turn-of-the-century British origin. The art nouveau panel contains a quotation from Act III, Scene iv of King John, one of Shakespeare's lesser known history plays. This invocation of death by Constance, Duchess of Bretagne, results from the loss of Arthur, her son and nephew of King John. Pewter. British, 19th century. 12.81 x 3.38 x .5 inches
Price: 45.00



Parian Shelf
This bracket was reproduced from a 19th century Parianware piece, probably of French origin. Parianware was a from of hard paste porcelain produced in Europe and America with the intent of imitating the appearance of the fine, white marble found in Paris, Greece. Many objects, some utilitarian, others purely decorative, were made from this material. This piece, though classical in form and in the modeling of the face, incorporates contemporary costume with shell and horn-of-plenty motifs. White Marble. French, 19th century. 5 x 4 x 4.5 inches
Price: 38.00
Gryphon
This sculpture derives from a 13th century French cathedral relief. The gryphon, a fabulous monster with the head, wings and claws of an eagle and the body of a lion, had its origins in the ancient east where it was said to guard the gold of India. In Christian iconography, it symbolizes the dual nature of Jesus (the divine represented by the bird and the human, by the animal) and is common in Gothic church sculpture. Cathedral Stone. French, 13th century. 6.25 x 4.25 x .75 inches
Price: 38.00
Water Goddess
A monolith of Teotihuacan origin, Chalchiuittlique (kal-koo-it-li-kay) stands about ten feet high in the Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City. Called 'Our Lady of the Jade Skirt' by the natives, she is the water goddess of the ancients. Slate. Mayan. 7.13 x 4 x 1 inch
Price: 39.00



Zephyr Plaque
Aeolus, The lord of the winds, with his whiskers, hair, and beard billowing around him, gently blows bad spirits away. In the works of Homer, Aeolus controlled the winds and ruled the floating island of Aeolia. Specifically in the Odyssey, he gave Odysseus a favorable wind and a bag in which the unfavorable winds were confined. zephyr is the personification of the West Wind or very simply, a gentle breeze. This image is derived from a silver paperweight. Stone. European, 19th century. 7.75 x 7 x 2 inches
Price: 65.00
Hand to God
This relief is from a marble gravestone located in Forest Hills cemetery, Forest Hills, Massachusetts. Its stylized hand pointing upward was often used to symbolize the passage of a person's soul to heaven. White marble. American, 19th century (1846). 10.63 x 8 x 1.25 inches
Price: 59.00
Buddha
Inspired by a Tibetan Buddhist repousse`, here Buddha overcomes the temptations of Mara (the personification of evil) to attain enlightenment. The smaller meditating figures are Bottisatvas, disciples of Buddha, who have remained mortal. The bird-like figure swallowing serpents at the top is Garuda, the devourer of the ego. Ivory. Tibetan. 11.5 x 13.5 x .5 inches
Price: 75.00



Mandala
This mandala, from a Tibetan copper repoussee piece is an excellent example of tantric art in Tibet. In the central ring of the wheel are the eight trigrams that comprise the 64 hexagrams of the I Chings. In the outer ring, the animals symbolize the twelve years of the Chinese calendar. At the top left, the mandala is being devoured by Vajrapani, Guardian of the secret tantric law. At the top center is Manjusri, the Lord of Wisdom, cutting through ignorance with his sword. On the right is Chenrezi, the Lord of compassion. Holding the Mandala may be yama, the god of the Underworld. Ivory. Tibetan. 11.88 x 10.63 x.75 inches
Price: 75.00
Wheel of Life
A Tibetan Buddhist wheel of life is held like a mirror by Yama, the Lord of Death, and represents the stages of the soul's journey. The animals pursuing each other in the inner circle symbolize the ego drives that cause suffering: the pig / ignorance, the rooster / passion and greed and the snake / hatred. Bronze. Tibetan. 14 x 11 x .5 inches
Price: 75.00
Victory Angel
This exquisite head comes from the winged figure supporting the lectern of the Arts and Crafts movement Church of the Holy trinity, Sloane Square, London. The angel holds aloft a laurel wreath, symbol of victory in Greco-Roman paganism. The winged Nike, who crowned the victor in contests of arms, athletics, or poetry was the prototype of the depiction of the angel in Christian art. The purity of form and feature typical of the pre-Raphaelite depiction of women is captured in this elegant sculpture. White Marble. English, 19th century. 9.75 x 4.25 x 6.5 inches
Price: 65.00



Holy Trinity Angel with Cymbals
For centuries, religious artists arranged angels in hierarchical ranks, attending to duties assigned to them by the artists - taking part in Annunciation scenes, Coronations of the Virgin, and so forth. Even open mouthed, their function as holy choristers was not readily apparent. By the 15th century, a remedy had been found. Angel choirs were now provided with a host of musical instruments: fiddles, flutes, cymbals, harps and psalteries - to lend visual weight to their music making abilities. This celestial musician is one of four carved by Victorian sculptor, F.W. Pomeroy, for the choir stalls of Holy Trinity Church in Sloane Square, London. English, 20th century. 7 inches round x 1 inch deep
Price: 45.00
Holy Trinity Angel with Lyre
For centuries, religious artists arranged angels in hierarchical ranks, attending to duties assigned to them by the artists - taking part in Annunciation scenes, Coronations of the Virgin, and so forth. Even open mouthed, their function as holy choristers was not readily apparent. By the 15th century, a remedy had been found. Angel choirs were now provided with a host of musical instruments: fiddles, flutes, cymbals, harps and psalteries - to lend visual weight to their music making abilities. This celestial musician is one of four carved by Victorian sculptor, F.W. Pomeroy, for the choir stalls of Holy Trinity Church in Sloane Square, London. English, 20th century. 7 inches round x 1 inch deep
Price: 45.00
 

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