This is a series in which clay is raised using a technique called ``Icchin'' and decorated with silver. The fine irregularities highlight the luster of the silver color, giving the impression that the vessel is wearing an accessory. The image is stained glass, and the silver color is made of the precious metal palladium, which is highly rare. The design, Nanten, has been considered auspicious since ancient times because of the rhyme of “overcoming hardship.”Even today, they are used as lucky charms, warding off evil spirits, and as New Year's decorations, and are sometimes displayed as New Year's flowers at entrances and alcoves along with pine and bamboo.
All works are made by hand. Therefore, there are individual differences and the size, color, composition, etc. may differ slightly from the image. Depending on your monitor, the color of the actual product may appear different. I use Amakusa pottery stone for my works. Iron content may be unintentionally seen on the surface, but we hope you enjoy it as a view of the material. Microwaves are not allowed.
We will secure the item as soon as your order is confirmed, but due to time differences, it may be out of stock. If the item is out of stock, we will contact you via email and process the cancellation. We appreciate your understanding in advance.
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