Aburi is Jordan Gower; a small batch ceramic brand specialising in gas fired tableware for restaurants and residential projects. The name Aburi is borrowed from the Japanese term flame seared - ubiquitously seen across Australian sushi menus - and references both the context in which the ceramics are made and the location in which they’re intended.

Aburi celebrates food and fire and has worked with top restaurants and wineries including Penfolds Magill Estate Restaurant, Hardy’s Verandah Restaurant, Woodstock Winery, The Pot by Emma McCaskill, Nido Bar & Pasta, Leigh St Wine Room and Sparkke At The Whitmore.

Jordan Gower is a visual artist located Adelaide, South Australia. He received his BVA from Adelaide College of the Arts and HON from University of South Australia’s School of Art, Architecture & Design. Since graduating he has worked at SASA Gallery, undertaken a mentorship with porcelain artist Phil Elson and residencies in Singapore, Japan and Adelaide, and has completed JamFactory’s two-year Associate Training Program, where he continues to hire studio space as an independent artist.

To make an enquiry please contact Jordan Gower by email or instagram.
IG. @aburiceramics