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    We're delighted to share with you, a selection of photographs from our recent shoot with photographer Lisa Cohen and stylist Heather Nette-King.


    Above left: An antique Japanese indigo boro textile hangs above a 19th century Chinese elm altar table and a 1970's maple chair reupholstered in a Japanese indigo boro textile. To the right on the altar sits a hand painted vase by artist Shin Koyama whilst rolls of new Japanese indigo textiles rest beneath.

    Above right: Vintage Japanese two panel screen depicting koi carp swimming through a stream forms the backdrop for a select range of finely crafted solid oak furniture by Ethnicraft©. Atop the circular dining table sits a contemporary iron tea set next to a one-of-a-kind Japanese pottery vase made by Juitsu Kato, while a handmade African mudcloth cushion adorns the sold oak stool.



    Above left: Contemporary solid teak leather slingback leather and cowhide peanut bench sit beneath a Contemporary artwork entitled 'Matriarch' by Indonesian artist I Gusti Wis. The featured handmade cushions are covered in Indonesian ikat cotton. 

    Above right: Finely styled assortment of Japanese merchants shop storage chests (Choba-dansu) and boxes, featuring a hand painted goblet by artist Shin Koyama, an oribe mizusashi along with assorted Japanese ceramics and textiles. 


    Above left: A pair of Chinese 18th century demi-lune tables dominate this scene, whilst  a 19th century Chinese elm stool sits beside and African Bedu mask on the wall. A bronze statue of a crow and stunning one-of-a-kind Shino studio pottery vase

    Above right: A C14th Century Chinese elm altar table sits under an C17th Japanese screen depicting a Buddhist  temple scene. Under the screen sits a contemporary Shigaraki studio pottery bowl by Matsumoto Yoichi, in the foreground an C18th Japanese Shigaraki tea jar, lacquer dish and contemporary studio vase by Yasuda Zenko.


    Above left: An assortment of handmade cushions sits atop a brightly coloured ottoman upholstered in African Wax Print Cotton. The cushions are covered in Vintage Japanese kimono fabrics, Indonesian Ikat cotton, African wax print cotton and Chinese Miao tribal textiles.

    Above right: A colourful selection of Vintage Japanese silk kimonoare available for sale at both Kazari + Ziguzagu on Malvern Road and Kazari Warehouse in Cremorne.

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