Starting with Ishinani flower vases, various shapes have been completed by pursuing the fun of clay’s plasticity. Works using a potter’s wheel, and even various creature-like shapes made from a single piece of board. This work was completed in pursuit of that kind of fun. Unlike the hanamichi vases, we aim to create a vase that can be used to hold a single, pretty wild flower. Yellow glaze is a glaze that has been commonly used in Onoko ware since ancient times, and is a glaze that is colored with iron. In the old days, you could often see teapots decorated with uchikake, which was a symbol of wealth.
Flower inserts not included.