We were so thrilled to host the first North American solo exhibition for Japanese wood artisan Tomii Takashi. Thank you so much for everyone who came out to the opening reception, and for the people that came to visit us the following days who weren’t available for opening night!
There are still plenty of amazing pieces still available and on display at Mjolk, so please drop by in person to see the work before it’s gone. For our supportive international customers, please hold tight as we will be adding the works to the website soon. If there is anything in particular you wanted to inquire about, don’t hesitate in dropping us a line.
Above: Wall vase (sold out)
Window decal by Sali Tabacchi.
Turned bowl with natural urushi lacquer-ware coating.
An incredible solid walnut salad bowl!
Wooden coffee mug with natural urushi coating.
right: chestnut serving tray
A hand chiseled oak tray with porcelain tea cup and saucers by Renaud Sauvé.
Chestnut canoe bowls.
A collection of serving trays on our black library shelving.
A hand carved chestnut bowl with black urushi salad servers.
A chestnut tray with specially made white-urushi plum blossom and clover dishes.
A fantastic collection of wooden cutlery.
Cherry soup spoons.
Japanese lacquer-ware sake cups.
Elodie received the nicest gift from Tomii-san. This kid officially has an amazing chair collection at 15 months old, thanks to this gift and the Børge Mogensen Shell Chair given to her by Thomas Graversen of Fredericia. This chair is especially novel for her since she can sit and get up easily from it, though because she is used to climbing onto chairs, she’s had to practice a bit. Last night she kept practicing backing into it. Too adorable.