Aaron Scythe is a New Zealand ceramic artist who worked and studyed in Japan and has come back to Aotearoa to create wonderful designs with each piece an artwork in itself. You will not find perfectly matching sets, but you will find your unique teapot!

Aaron Scythe is a New Zealand ceramic artist who worked and studyed in Japan and has come back to Aotearoa to create wonderful designs with each piece an artwork in itself. You will not find perfectly matching sets, but you will find your unique teapot!

A must have for any collector, these mugs are made by ceramist Richard Stratton.

A must have for any collector, these mugs are made by ceramist Richard Stratton.

Small+bowl+with+bird+

Small+bowl+with+bird+

Metallic, red and blue glazed porcelain urn with Japanese influenced illustration

Metallic, red and blue glazed porcelain urn with Japanese influenced illustration

Paul Maseyk Faceted Vases at Tree Gallery Whanganui

Paul Maseyk Faceted Vases at Tree Gallery Whanganui

TREE Object Space Desire a store where you can buy the best of New Zealand Ceramics as well as complimentary works!

Available in green or white, please specify with order.

Available in green or white, please specify with order.

TREE Object Space Desire a store where you can buy the best of New Zealand Ceramics as well as complimentary works!

Place over top of plant and watch it grow through the openings in this living vase.

Place over top of plant and watch it grow through the openings in this living vase.

Ross Mitchell-Anyon makes domestic ware from his home studio on the riverbank in Whanganui. Repetition is important in Mitchell-Anyon's work. There is pleasure in  making and seeing the production process occur. In his process, he lets  the forms evolve and mutate rather than looking to impose 'quality  control'.

Ross Mitchell-Anyon makes domestic ware from his home studio on the riverbank in Whanganui. Repetition is important in Mitchell-Anyon's work. There is pleasure in making and seeing the production process occur. In his process, he lets the forms evolve and mutate rather than looking to impose 'quality control'.

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