Sun 9th May 2021
Burton St, Milsons Point NSW 2061
ZUKO, short for ZUGA KOSAKU is a handmade ceramics studio based in Sydney’s Bundeena. This seaside village is inside Royal National Park situated on Dharawal country.
Beginning life in 2005, ZUKO takes its playful Japanese name from the traditional art & craft class taught throughout Japan’s elementary schools.
ZUKO’s bespoke pieces include large & small cups & mugs, plates & bowls, dishes, platters & vases. Each is individually handmade using Australian clay and unique Japanese glazes. No two items are ever identical.
From single one-off pieces, which make great personal gifts to large matching sets that cater for cafes & restaurants, ZUKO’s work is functional, durable and collectible.
ZUKO’s ceramics are all organic, kosher, free-range, artisan, bespoke, halal, with no MSG. They are non-GMO, wabi-sabi, no wasabi, fair-trade approved with no preservatives; ying-yang, no ping-pong and lactose-free. The ceramics have no added sugar, no hormones, are gluten-free, bio-dynamic, BPA-free, dolphin friendly, whale friendly, galah friendly, pigeonfriendly, koala friendly, and biodegradable-eventually.
ZUKO ceramics are sustainable, loveable, instagrammable & respectable. They are one with Mother Earth; they are a personal stand against Star Wars, a move toward peace & love; a mind-body statement, full of balance, harmony and joy. ZUKO ceramics are IKEA-free, vegan pottery and suitable for everyone, everywhere.