※電子レンジ、食洗機 使用不可。

Ken Fujimoto’s wood artwork features unexpectedly formed holes and cracks. He creates unique tableware using wood that is usually thrown away, carving while wood still contains water, and drying after shaping to create natural shrink and deformation.
The shape created by the mixture of human hand and wooden nature form presents its uncontrollable character and gives you a merry feeling. An artwork or tableware, Ken’s unique work provides various concepts depending on how you face them.
The bowl with beautiful gradation of tree rings has the atmosphere like an art piece. It can be used to serve fruits, bread, or even as a flower vase. Depending on a way of use, you will find new attraction in this ware.

material: horutonoki (urethan base, oil finish)
measurement: approx. φ20.5〜22cm、h10cm
*dimensions may be slightly different depending on where it's measured.

< Care>
*Please do not use microwave and washer.
*Do not serve soup if there's a crack or a hole. Also refrain from leaving it long in water.
*When using as a flower vase, use a cup inside and avoid filling water directly.
*Wash with a soft sponge before leaving it long after use.
*Dry it enough before storing.

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