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A ceramic vase made by Mai Tagawa.
It is characterized by the texture which reminds you some living thing's fur, and the unique color changes of the clay from *Shigaraki. It has a stable shape though, the space in the center, like a wind tunnel, gives it a light impression. You can just display it as an object, or simply arrange a single flower in it. The small hole makes it easy to keep a single flower straight.
*The price has been reduced due to a crack. The crack is not deep and is not expected to break easily unless strong force is applied.

W16×D5×H11 cm, mouth Φ0.5 cm
W6.3×D2×H4.3 in, mouth Φ0.2 in

330 g
11.6 oz


・There is a small white glaze pool on the surface.
・There are some bubbles on the surface of the glaze, but they do not affect when use.
・There are some crazes.
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・The color of the image on the screen may differ from the actual product.

Product number: 20024



"I listen to the voice of soil, how they want to be."

Graduated from Tama Art University. While a student at the university, she studied ceramic art. Currently based in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. She creates tablewares and vases with the unique scarlet coloration of clay.

You can see her 
Works here
Interview here