Tomomi Kamoshita - Kintsugi Chopstick Rest (1 Piece)

£120.00
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Created with epoxy putty, brass powder, resin lacquer, glass and vintage ceramic fragments.

Brand Description 

TOMOMI KAMOSHITA,

CERAMIST & KINTSUGI ARTIST

Tomomi uses a technique called yobitsugi (meaning ‘calling together’) to renew damaged ceramics by introducing objects foreign to the original piece, resulting in a patchwork-like finish. Using old pieces of her own pottery and combing them with fragments of broken ceramics from the Edo period (1603–1867) and sea glass washed up on the beach, she has created chopstick and cutlery rests, and plates for the display at Pantechnicon.