Tantri Mustika – Garnitures

Inspired by opulent 17th Century ceramics, this series of handcrafted vessels sees an antiquated concept modernised through Tantri Mustika’s signature colourful Terrazzo detailing and gold lustre.

Asobimasu Clay – Kaiketsu Vase

A wheel-thrown vase created by Melbourne ceramicist Kate Brouwer aka Asobimasu Clay, designed to interact with the flowers displayed within, with its organic form and curves encouraging a disordered organic arrangement.

Tantri Mustika, Garnitures. Photo – Melissa Cowan.

Asobimasu Clay, Kaiketsu Vase. Photo – Adam Brady.

Nicolette Johnson, Dark Tower.  Photo – Nicolette Johnson.

Nicolette Johnson, Dark Tower.  Photo – Nicolette Johnson.

Tammy Kanat, Serenity 2019. Photo – Emily Weaving.

ACV Studio, Folded Vases. Photo – Anna Varendorff.

Kenny Yong-soo Son, The Teapot Project. Photo – Youmee Jeon.

Natalie Rosin, Kirribilli Ceramic Tapestry. Photo – Katherine Lu

Alichia Van Rhijn, Small Spaces. Photo – Alichia van Rhijn.

Alichia Van Rhijn, Small Spaces. Photo – Alichia van Rhijn.

LEFT: Interia, Texture. Photo – Dean Baird. RIGHT:  Lynette Sumner, Subterrane Pods. Photo – Geoff Sumner Photography

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