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Photoshoot: Kazari + Ziguzagu

Thursday, November 20, 2014

These shots were taken and styled by the talented team of Mike Baker and Heather Nette-King, and represent Kazari + Ziguzagu in our current incarnation. From antique to contemporary the pieces featured span 500 years of design.

These shots are a reflection of the hard work of our daughters Lucy and Hana who have recently joined the business. Our Malvern Road store has also undergone a transformation in the past year, if you haven't popped in recently it's well worth a visit! It's an exciting time for us, now heading into our 37th year of trading!

Please see full details of featured items below.

 

Left:

  • Two mid century chairs re-upholstered in block printed indigo draped with antique Japanese woven temple decoration
  • Antique Samurai helmet box dated to the Tenbun period 1532-1555 on box
  • Skull shaped goblet, hand painted tea pot and soba cup by contemporary Japanese artist Shin Koyama
  • On the wall: one hand painted plate by Shin Koyama mixed with 19th century Japanese blue and white.

 Right:

  • Antique Japanese indigo boro
  • Carved Filipino bench with vintage zabuton, Ziguzagu indigo cushions, katazome indigo pieces and antique sake bottle lamp with indigo shade.
  • Vintage zabuton, Chinese ceramic pumpkin tea pot and tea cups from Hunan. 

Left:

  • Japanese antique chest-on-chest
  • Two Benin bronze heads from Nigeria
  • Japanese pottery vase
  • Japanese cast iron tea pot
  • Japanese suiseki (rock on stand)
  • Fanti fertility figure from Ghana
  • Vintage sake bottle
  • Shino pottery vase C19th
  • On the floor: Tamba pottery tsubo (tea jar) C19th, Shigaraki pottery tsubo C18th, contemporary Japanese studio vase, Kuba cloth cushions

 Right:

  • On the wall: Artwork by John Bartlett
  • On the floor: Tamba pottery tsubo 19th century
  • Mid century re-upholstered Danish chairs
  • Ethiopian Jima stool
  • Benin bronze head of Queen Idia
  • Two antique Japanese drums
  • Contemporary Japanese studio vase
  • Shigaraki tea jar C18th
  • Kuba cloths from Democratic Republic of Congo


Left:

  • Contemporary Japanese chest of drawers,
  • Contemporary print by artist Andrea Innocent
  • Ceramic tea bowl in the shape of a skull and ceramic skull goblet by contemporary Japanese artist Shin Koyama
  • Vintage Japanese itomaki and gold thread
  • Ziguzagu pendant covered with vintage Japanese meisen
  • Ziguzagu cushions made from vintage Japanese kimono fabric
  • Vintage Japanese fabric rolls draped on the bed
  • Vintage Japanese zabuton (floor cushions)
  • 1920’s Japanese drum
  • Vintage Japanese beaded evening bag.
Right:
  • Japanese 1920’s shop accounts chest
  • Vintage Japanese gold threads
  • Vintage kimono fabric rolls
  • Obi-jime
  • Ziguzagu cushions
  • Vintage Japanese zabuton (floor cushions)
  • 1920’s Japanese drum
  • Vintage Japanese beaded evening bag.

Left: 
  • On the wall: ‘History of Australia ‘ By Shin Koyama
  • On the floor: dining table made from recycled C18th elm doors
  • Contemporary leather strap chairs
  • Ziguzagu cushion made from vintage Japanese indigo
  • On the table: Contemporary Japanese and Chinese ceramic vases and vessels, Japanese vintage indigo fabric
Right:
  • On the wall: ‘Blow up’ and ‘Kill me’ by Shin Koyama
  • Filipino bench
  • 1920’s Japanese drum
  • Chinese 19th century saddleback stool
  • 2 x Ethiopian jima stools
  • Chinese workman’s stool
  • 1 Chinese indigo cushion, 1 Japanese indigo cushion
  • Contemporary Japanese and Chinese ceramic vases and vessels, Japanese vintage indigo fabric
  • Itomaki (spool with thread)
  

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