News from Kazari + Ziguzagu
Scarlet Opus, a highly regarded global design trend forecaster, have given a macro trend forecast around the concept of imperfect beauty, releasing a blog post How to Embrace the Wabi Sabi Design Concept in March this year. This trending topic is also gaining attention in Australian design circles, with the much anticipated recent release of the Dulux Colour Forecast 2019. Now is the perfect time to revisit the…
DESIGNER SHOW HOUSE 19 – 21 OCTOBER
27 Leading Designers, Historic Como House, 25 Rooms and Areas – Reimagined!
Como by Design offers the rare opportunity to view historic Como House “reimagined” by 27 eminent Melbourne designers in one beautiful location from Friday 19 to Sunday 21 October. The three-day event will see each designer decorate a space of the house, showcasing their own style and flair and bringing a fresh look to the period residence.
Como by Design will kick-off with the sunset Garden Party Gala preview on Thursday 18 October. A program…
THE ANTIQUE FAIR WITH SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
Ridley and Wayville Pavilions
The Adelaide Antique Fair Proudly Supported by
SCAMMELLS AUCTIONS and CHANNEL SEVEN
THIS YEAR’S CHARITY WE ARE SUPPORTING IS
AUSTRALIAN LIONS HEARING DOGS
Scammells will be conducting appraisels in the collectables hall
Friday 11.am till 5.00pm
Saturday 11 am till 4.00pm
Sunday 11 am till 3.00pm
GOLD COIN DONATION
TO ASSISTANCE LOINS HEARING DOGS AUSTRALIA
A CHANGE IN FAIR HOURS FOR 2018
Friday 10.am till 6 pm Saturday 10 am…
Fresh @ Moorabool….
Spring Fresh additions.
We are pleased to offer some fresh additions to moorabool.com.
As a subscriber, you have first look at our recent finds – and first chance to buy.
This week, some great Fresh items, including a fleet of Jugs, some Irish Beleek porcelain, and other interesting items.
Our ‘Spring Sale’ continues with more temptations – from last week’s results, it seems a decent reduction cannot be resisted! It’s worth checking the ‘Spring Sale’ section regularly, as we often add pieces during the week.
Paul Rosenberg, Alard Pett & all @ Moorabool Antiques
Items will remain in the ‘Fresh’ page for…
Welcome to our monthly list for October 2018, with nearly 200 items.
Among the highlights are a late 19th century photograph album containing views of the interior of Paraguay, dating to just before the founding of the New Australia colony; an important hand coloured copper engraving by Grasset de Saint-Sauveur (Paris, 1798) illustrating the discoveries of Cook and La Perouse; an obscure ephemeral Arthur Rackham item, The Wendy Calendar (1911); a leaf from the Coverdale Bible – the first Bible printed in English (1535); plus a wide selection of books on Australian and international artists, 18th century bindings, Australian children’s…
Lauraine Diggins Fine Art is pleased to announce our current exhibition ASPECTS OF AUSTRALIAN MODERNISM
The Gallery is showing a selection of Australian paintings, featuring works by George Baldessin & Brett Whiteley, Blackman, Boyd, Crooke, Davidson, Dobell, Drysdale, Friend, Gleeson, Nolan, Olsen, Onus, Tucker, Wakelin, Williams, Vassilieff.
Still Life with Bowl of Fruit
We are pleased to present Travel, a list containing over 70 books and maps from the last three centuries describing the geography and ethnography of regions on all continents, and European discoveries by land and sea across the globe.
Highlights include a rare French 18th century children’s board game in the form of a Mappe-Monde; examples of both the coloured and non-coloured editions of White’s First Fleet account, Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales (1790); a Philips’ floor globe for merchant shippers (1925); and a wide selection of maps depicting most parts of the world.
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SPRING RACING CARNIVAL WEARABLE IKEBANA – Create a stunning wearable ikebana fascinator or statement piece to enhance your track side outfit.
On Sunday 28th October award winning flower designer Shoso Shimbo will host a 2 hour long Ikebana workshop at Kazari + Ziguzagu.
Learn how to make a stunning wearable flower arrangement inspired by a 500 year old tradition, just in time for the 2018 Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival. Shoso Shimbo is of the Sogetsu School of Ikebana and will discuss the history and culture of Ikebana, as well as…