Hitoshi Morimoto Bizen Vase #05

by Hitoshi MORIMOTO

Hitoshi Morimoto’s Bizen works are informed by traditional Japanese ceramics and modernized by a mastery of craft. Their antique silhouettes are crafted from very rare Bizen clay and brought to life in an ancient kiln.

The color and ‘glaze’ of each piece is the result of unique firings. Bizen works must be fired for up to fourteen days continuously, non-stop, day and night, from various angles. The result is an extremely hard and durable ceramic.

Let us show you around these incredible works, make an appointment with one of our Design Specialists today at Virtually Yours

SOLD: No Longer Available

Hitoshi Morimoto Bizen Vase #05

by Hitoshi MORIMOTO

Hitoshi Morimoto’s Bizen works are informed by traditional Japanese ceramics and modernized by a mastery of craft. Their antique silhouettes are crafted from very rare Bizen clay and brought to life in an ancient kiln.

The color and ‘glaze’ of each piece is the result of unique firings. Bizen works must be fired for up to fourteen days continuously, non-stop, day and night, from various angles. The result is an extremely hard and durable ceramic.

Let us show you around these incredible works, make an appointment with one of our Design Specialists today at Virtually Yours

SOLD: No Longer Available
  • Item Dimensions
    D8.5 x 24cm
  • Country Of Origin
    JAPAN
  • International Shipping
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Hitoshi Morimoto Bizen Vase #05

1,400 USD

About Hitoshi MORIMOTO

Hitoshi Morimoto is a third generation Bizen ceramist whose modern works are inspired by the silhouettes of ancient traditions. The Japanese ceramist who studied sculpture at Tokyo Zokei University, is deeply connected to his craft. His spirit, dedication, and historical nods to the great tradition of Bizen can be seen throughout all of his works, each of which take up to two years to complete.

Visually, these minimalistic Bizen pieces are informed by traditional Japanese ceramics which are then modernized by Morimoto. They are brought to life in an ancient kiln, one of six in the entire country of Japan. Bizen, is a style of ceramics, and an extremely rare form of clay due to the unique soil in the region. It is recognized as an official Japanese heritage.