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  • Misusashi - Mizu-what?

    Mizusashi, Mizu-what!? Unique, decorative and functional Japanese Mizusashi (mizu-sashi) are lidded containers traditionally used for the storage of hot water during a Japanese tea ceremony, however in 21st century Australia they can be used for the storage of just about anything. The best feature of a vintage mizusashi is that they are completely unique one-of-a-kind pieces and are both decorative and functional. Mizusashi can be used as unique and decorative...

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    Special Mention - Belle Magazine

    Kazari + Ziguzagu have received a special mention from Barbara and John Hermon of Hermon and Hermon in the November...

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    Inside Out Magazine - Editorial

    Thank you to our friends at Inside Out Magazine for a lovely feature on Japanese mizusashi in the October 2017...

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    Japanese chest-on-chest - form, function and versatility!

    Antique Japanese two-piece Tansu (chest-on-chest) are beautiful and versatile antique storage solution Japanese antique furniture embodies contemporary form, function and...

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    Hokusai at the NGV

    On now at The NGV is the worlds largest exhibition of works by Katsushika Hokusai, the artist behind the famous...

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    Our new Japanese shipment has arrived

      As usual our latest shipment is full to the brim with one of a kind pieces! This time we...

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    Gillie & Marc - Sculpture By the Sea

    Gillie and Marc have been working alongside the Australian Rhino Project, who are ensuring the long term survival of rhinos...

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    Traditional Japanese Woodblock prints by Local Artist Terry McKenna

    Terry McKenna has been active as a visual artist since the early 90's, today specializing in 'Mokuhanga' traditional Japanese woodblock...

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    Special Mention - Home Beautiful

    Kazari + Ziguzagu have received a special mention from Barbara Hermon in the recent issue of Home Beautiful magazine.  "...They...

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    Bamboo:Tradition in Contemporary Form at the NGV

    The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) International has recently launched a new exhibition titled Bamboo: Tradition in Contemporary Form which...

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    MBA Design featuring Kazari

    MBA Design Group have recently completed the design and implementation of a retirement village in Hawthorn, Melbourne. Director Margie Bromilow...

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    Sunday Life - Feature

    The home of directors Jo Maindonald and Robert Joyce was recently featured in Sunday Life magazine in the Sunday Age...

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    Gillie & Marc now at Kazari + Ziguzagu

    We are now stocking a selected range of Gillie & Marc resin sculptures and limited edition artworks. These include  Mini...

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