Handmade by Japanese woodworker Tomokazu Furui for OEN shop, the 'Zabon', meaning 'sitting tray' in Japanese, is often used in the tea ceremony to present sweets to guests.
A beautiful book that focuses on everyday objects and interior design elements, 250 to be exact that help examine the intricacies of Japanese design and craft.
What’s life without a good paperweight? Every desk needs one, and they don’t come much more precious than these objects designed by Carl Auböck at his metal workshop in Vienna.
Based in the Cumbrian countryside, Jonathan Leech has created a new selection for OEN shop in 2015 that are functional in form but have a fantastic rustic edge.
A new maker at OEN shop is Hokkaido potter Kana Tozuka, her works represent a sprinkling of snow and the black-bronze ceramics are almost like antiques honouring a transition in time.
Japanese craftsman Yusuke Tazawa owns studio Think Forest! in in Ebina, Kanagawa Prefecture where he crafts these beautiful wooden trays. dishes and boxes by hand.
Owner of Japanese woodworking studio Atelier tree song, Taisuke Hirabayashi is a skilful craftsman who's able to create wooden cutlery and lacquer objects of beautiful form and weight.
We've just restocked a selection of goods from SyuRo, who produce metal cans with the philosophy of high craftsmanship and dedication towards continuous improvement.
Handmade by Katsufumi Baba at his studio in Fukuoka, Japan these beautiful porcelain and stoneware vessels cling to your fingers and are extremely practical for everyday use.
Due to popularity in their native country of Japan, Studio Prepa produce beautiful glasswork a couple of times a year for OEN. View our newest selection here.
Inspired by a simple stream, Swedish potter Stefan Andersson has designed and made this fantastic stoneware water cup coated with a fine porcelain slip.