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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.
A beautiful book, in every sense of the word. Wabi-Sabi Further Thoughts Leonard Koren Imperfect Publishing Point Reyes, California Wabi-Wabi is the quintessential Japanese aesthetic. It is a beauty...
Japanese Artist and Creator, Motomu Oyama works with iron, creating abstract sculptural objects, as well as plates, and vessels. Oyama uses the properties of iron and specific methods to create...
Produced by the Hata Family in Kyoto, Japan, 12 Generations have mastered and handed on the tradition of Shoyeido incense. After nearly three hundred years, the Hata family continues the...
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Candelabra Puhutakawa(top), Imported Ebony(middle), Kahikatia(bottom) Walk In The Park - NZ woodturning artists Sam Choi and Jiho Yun originally from Korea, husband and wife team and they are currently live in NZ. They...