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  • Unique - 2021


    Wood-fired stoneware, Japanese Urushi lacquer, horn, antique gold and jade beads, silk thread, horse hair...


    Life size


    ° The firing of the piece is made in an "Anagama"-type kiln. Wood fired ceramics are particular in their tonality and textures that can only be obtained through this centuries old process using the Anagama  kilns. The temperature can reach 2,500 °F and the whole firing lasts several days, producing fly ash and volatile salts. It is the complex interaction between the flame, ash and minerals of the clay that forms the natural ash glaze which may vary in texture and thickness. The surface may turn out smooth and glossy or rough and sharp. Originally from China, the Anagama kiln found its way to Japan in the 5th century.


    This piece ships via UPS domestic and international (Custom Duties & Taxes May Apply).
    Due to the nature of the piece, it cannot be returned or exchanged.



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