Writer Eiji Miyaki Bowl L Indigo
Indigo blue with a stylish and refined deep indigo color. The flow of glaze and the fine sparkle are expressive and beautiful. Japanese, Western, and Chinese, it is a color that is easy to match any dish. A bowl with a little depth is useful on a daily basis, regardless of the dish.
※ The flow and design of the glaze will be different expressions one by one, but we treat it as the same product. Please enjoy the charm of individual difference unique to the artist's work.
■Size: About 22.5cm in diameter× height 4.8cm
[Introduction of the makeer]
Artist Eiji Miyagi, who has a workshop in Tajimi City, Gifu Prefecture, is made using a technique called casting using molds.
It is a technique that is often performed in division of labor mainly when mass production, but new expressions and possibilities are pursued by performing all the journeys in one's own workshop.
In particular, indigo with denim fabric-like depth and vivid and beautiful Nile blue pieces reminiscent of the southern sea attract many fans.
2003 Worked at Toki City Pottery Mill
2004 Opened kiln in Tajimi City
2005 International Ceramics Festival Mino Selected
2008 MoMA SHOP, Museum of Modern Art, New York
Participated in solo exhibitions, group exhibitions, etc.
The product image and the product to be delivered are not exactly the same.
The size, shape, color, pattern, and wind are different one by one.
Please refrain from purchasing those who can not catch individual differences such as intruding (a pattern like a pattern entering the surface), pinholes (small holes), iron powder (a state that oxidizes and becomes a black dot when iron is burned), unevenness of glaze as an expression of individuality and depression.
We do not accept cancellations, returns, or exchanges due to customer's convenience.
If you are looking for a mass-produced vessel with all shapes and lines, please refrain from purchasing at our store.