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.
Herman - 2012 L103 x W70 x H110 mm Acrylic resin, clay, enamel paint Karley Feaver works across a range of disciplines including painting, sculpture and taxidermy. Karley's interests arise from the...
__ Martha robe A light weight mix of cotton and silk jacket with side pockets. Minimal style spring/autumn coat comes with a sash. The Jacket has been inspired the Kimono...
Pear incense holders - Ebony - near black, imported wood, one of the hardest woods in the world. - Heart Rimu - medium brown, native wood - Rata- dark red...
Bowl stand (native woods) Totara (top) ethically sourced Puriri (bottom) one of the hardest wood in NZ, Rare to find, ethically sourced. Walk In The Park is the husband and wife...