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Established 400 years ago, Kihachi is renowned for their very traditional, technical approach to their craftsmanship. They use a potter's wheel to create a very thin, delicate distinctive finish. Kihachi has always endeavoured to improve their products and have often adopted modern aesthetics.
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...
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...
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...
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 Walk In The...