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.