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raku ikebana vase

Square white Ikebana vase from the Raku fire

79,00 Euro

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Product description

Handmade is becoming more and more important, no matter whether it is a self-knitted hat or hand-painted shoes. It is simply time to get away from the industrial mass production and give your home an individual charm. Handmade for handmade. The large Ikebana vase fits perfectly into the picture and also into the current situation. Ikebana is the Japanese art of flower arranging and is gaining more and more importance as a meditative technique! The perfectly angular shape follows the golden cut - absolutely eye-catching.

During production, small feet were added to the piece to match the shape. This makes the Ikebana Vase look like it is floating! It directs the eye and due to its closed form, the water evaporates less. This also gives the flower arrangement enough space to be effective. This Ikebana vase brings a stylish ambience into your home.

The Ikebana Vase has been treated with the raku technique in a glaze band. This combination of Japanese techniques creates something wonderfully unique! The technique was developed in Japan in the 16th century and is appreciated worldwide. The more than 1000 degrees Celsius hot ceramics are taken out of the kiln glowing yellow and placed in beechwood shavings. This risky and dangerous work explains the rarity of Raku and Raku ceramics.

Despite the most careful cleaning, the smell of soot and fire has not yet completely disappeared.

The square Ikebana vase is about 4.5 cm high, about 30 cm wide and about 20.5 cm long. Its weight is about 2.3 kg.

Product details
type of firing
Raku (earthenware)
Country of origin
Germany (EU)
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