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June 22, 2013
See something on the show floor you like? Chances are you'll be able to take it home with you. Here we outline a few favorites from the exhibitors participating in Dwell on Design's Cash and Carry program.

Josh Herman Ceramics, Booth 1206

In our June issue's Jars of Clay story, we featured San Diego–based designer Josh Herman's highly textured glazed ceramics. On the show floor, he's selling his just-released bud vases ($55), tall vases, and decorative pods ($750).

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Haand Design Studio at Dwell on Design 2013

Haand, Booth MH 29

Artisanal design studio Haand trekked to Dwell on Design all the way from Durham, North Carolina, and brought a selection of handmade asymmetrical dinnerware (from $33–$350).

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Peace Industry at Dwell on Design 2013

Peace Industry, Booth 1621

Spy San Francisco–based Peace Industry's hand-felted 100-percent wool rugs in Booth 1621.

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A+R Booth at Dwell on Design 2013

A+R, Booth 1641

A+R is hosting another pop-up shop at Dwell on Design this year, which features lighting, housewares, furniture, desktop accessories, and more.

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Brave Space Design Booth at Dwell on Design 2013

Brave Space Design, Booth 1420

Florida–based Brave Space Design is selling its wire-framed, wood topped stools for $475–495.

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Aether Apparel at Dwell on Design 2013

Aether Apparel

We previously reported on Aether's mobile Airstream retail shop on dwell.com and we're excited to say it's made a stop at Dwell on Design.

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The Good Flock Booth at Dwell on Design 2013

The Good Flock, Booth MH10

Find the table or wall-mounted Aurora lamps from Portland-based the Good Flock in Booth MH10 ($160–199).

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Brook & Lynn Weaving at Dwell on Design 2013

Brook&Lyn

Each of Brook&Lyn's textile pieces are handwoven and no two are alike. Find the fiber art in booth M14. For a complete list of Cash and Carry exhibitors click here.

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dod shop josh herman

Josh Herman Ceramics, Booth 1206

In our June issue's Jars of Clay story, we featured San Diego–based designer Josh Herman's highly textured glazed ceramics. On the show floor, he's selling his just-released bud vases ($55), tall vases, and decorative pods ($750).

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