New work has arrived from talented Swedish potter Stefan Andersson, with these pots being fired in his wood kiln, making a series of ceramics that look modern but are totally unique.
New works by SyuRo have arrived, a Japanese studio founded by Masuko Unayama in 2000 as she was inspired by the small factories crafting using the so called 'Monozukuri' philosophy.
We recently asked Yusuke Tazawa if he would kindly interpret his own style in to a series of handcrafted chopsticks and a spoon, what arrived here at the studio is really special indeed.
Naho was born in Kumamoto but now lives and works in Tokyo. She uses her background as a painter to assist her metalwork, thinking about the gradient and shape in the metal.
Studio KUKU make tableware and furniture inspired by the nature surrounding their studio in Nagano, so we're pleased to announce new work from them that has arrived in the shop.
We've been waiting tentatively for new works to arrive from Japanese potter Shinobu Hashimoto, so we are pleased to announce that a new selection has been uploaded to the shop.
We are excited to release a selection of ceramics by a new Japanese maker named Fumihiro Toda, a well respected craftsman who is known for his beautiful ceramics with rustic touches.
Any customers waiting for the large service spoons and forks or the smaller renge spoon by Atelier Tree Song will be pleased to know that they are now back in stock in the shop.
Talking to Ruka Kikuchi and he notified me of a new object that he had been hand crafting, so we decided to stock a small selection in the shop and are presenting the new arrival here today.
Just a quick post for all our readers who were interested in the ceramics handmade by Japanese potter Katsufumi Baba, a new selection of his work has now come back in to stock.
Just arrived is a lipped lacquer vessel and lacquer lunch box, two very special objects from Japanese woodworker Maiko Okuno, both of which are crafted by hand at her studio in Japan.
These new boxes by Fujii Works are back in at OEN shop and come in small and large and have been handmade with a horse chestnut lid by Japanese woodworkers Kenichi and Minako Fujii.