TIGERS FACING EACH OTHER
A ceramic vase made by Sakura Tokiyama.
It has an atmosphere of being from an old era, yet with a modern impression. The lovely tigers are symmetrically arranged in a way that makes you think about their meaning. When you turn it over, you can see the beautiful marble pattern on the bottom. The small scratches on the surface has been repaired with gold, a technique called "Kintsugi".
Φ8×H14 cm, mouth Φ4 cm
Φ3×H5.5 in, mouth Φ1.6 in
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・It is partially repaired with gold, a technique called "Kintsugi".
・There is a small dent near the mouth.
Product number: 20016
"I create to make things painted come to life, by caring the tactile and sense from my hands, and invisible things ."
Graduated from Tokyo Zokei University. Started to learn pottery by herself, and practiced potter's wheel and hand-twisting techniques by searching on the internet. She also worked as an intern at SHOKKI, a handmade ceramic label in Japan. Currently works on ceramics and paintings at the university's studio space for teaching assistants.