Inkuku

Ipswich

INKUKU HAS CLOSED ITS STORE AND IS NOW ONLINE ONLY.

Inkuku is a beautiful treasure trove of free trade homewares, gifts, trinkets and jewellery found in the basement of Ipswich’s historic Old Flour Mill.

Inside Ipswich's old flour mill

Well worth paying a visit to when in Ipswich, Inkiku stocks handmade goods and wares sourced from some 20 countries throuhgout Asia, Africa, India, Central and South America.

Art pieces inside Inkiku's shop in Ipswich

On the shelves you’ll find gorgeous Raku Pottery from South Africa, gaily painted earthenware vases, urns and boxes from Mexico, knife-carved Kisii Stone objects from Kenya, South American trinket boxes and Swazi candles and beaded insects also from Africa.

Necklaces and jewellery

There’s ornate silver jewellery pieces from the Karen Hill Tribe and stunning and decorative Haitian steel drum wall art, which the artists cut and shape by hand.

African handicrafts on shelf

In addition there are cute ceremonial Ndebele Dolls, tiny Worry Dolls, tin bookmarks, gorgeous Mali Mudcloth scarves, pure silk jewellery rolls, ornate leather tealight holders and exquisite sari coin purses.

Need to know - Inkuku also has an online shop - click here

Old Flour Mill

Shop 14

227-233 Brisbane St

Ipswich

Thu-Fri 9.30-2.30

Sat 9.30-1

0402 736 628

Map

227-233 Brisbane St Ipswich

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