Stone Incense Burner or Vase

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Stone Incense Burner or Vase

1,200.00

Stone wall- inspired Incense burner / vase

This Bizen incense burner by Hiroyuki Wakimoto easily turns into a vase when you take off one or both of the top pieces. Contrasting colors are achieved by placing composite pieces in different parts of the kiln during firing. Wakimoto is also well known in Japan for his “kurinuki” technique, in which he “digs out” clay to shape his pieces, as opposed to throwing them on the wheel.

Size: 21 cm h x 11 w x 9 d / 8.3 in h x 4.3 w x 3.5 d

Weight: 2.4 kg / 5 lb 5.6 oz

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