Gentle and soft impressions hide a stronger, more vigorous face within these ceramics, silently insisting on an everyday dining scene. His signature glazing and colouring, and “shinogi” techniques are proving "Koh Ichino 市野耕” as a young, talented ceramicist making aesthetic ceramics in Ehime Japan.
This is a hand made small vase with a Japanese curving knife patterning hexagon shapes. It is a suitable size for a single flower and perfect for minimalist decoration.
It is very interesting to see how the original red clay turns into a naturally white face when the white clay slip is added, which is called "white makeup" in Japan. These white ceramics show a natural depth of colour, which comes from minerals in the soil combined with the ceramists skills. And his shinogi techniques and interesting patterning give characterful faces to simple ceramics.
* This is a hand made ceramic so each piece has a slightly different colour, shape and character.
Colour: white/ brown
Size: 11cm height, 6cm base /1cm top diameter
Product Care: Do not use in the oven/ microwave/ fridge/ freezer/ dishwasher. Wash gently with a soft sponge and washing up liquid.
Origin of Product: JAPAN