This beautiful shape produced by layering various glasses and bowls represent a sample of traditional technique and design which Kinzangama kiln has inherited so far.Each item, by accumulating like a tower, brings dramatic changes to our living space. There are many variations in shapes, which makes tables much more charming.
These are art pieces of Kinzangama kiln produced with an expectation for new and rich atmosphere in between ‘good old’ traditional crafts and ‘modern’ lifestyles.
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In Ancient India, they worshiped a peacock dancing gracefully with their feathers spreading out as the most beautiful and significant bird of all in the world.
A figure of peacock with gold decoration over deep blue and green blue glaze is giving off rather mysterious and brilliant light.
Here a pattern of peacock feather, which could be often found in the archive of Kinzangama kiln, is delicately expressed in a traditional technique with gold glaze. A bold design is also produced with pieces of gold leaf.