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Incredibly thin and beautifully crafted by the ever meticulous artisans at Kihachi using a potter’s wheel. Thin, light and delicate with a distinctive finish stunning woodgrains creating one-off pieces. The rim is curved to help catch food as you serve.
Elena Renker - Auckland base ceramist Introducing Renker’s Shino works through AAA store. Shino glaze originates from the late 16th century in the Mino region of Japan where it’s...
NZ emerging craftsman - Courtney Petley. Woodwork has always been a part of Courtney's life. Growing up watching her father and grandfather build houses, it was not long until Courtney began...
Bowl stand (native woods) #1Kauri (top) ,Dark Kauri (bottom) ethically sourced 255 x 215 mm #2Kauri (top) ,Dark Kauri (bottom) ethically sourced 250 x 215 mm #3Dark Kauri(top) ,Tawa(bottom) ethically sourced 240 x 210 mm Cake Stand (native...
Kobo Aizawa's stylish Cutlery. Kobo Aizawa focused on making cutlery as art objects rather than functional pieces. They succeeded spectacularly, winning a place in the permanent design collection of museums...