Masato Kigasawa

Cut glass flat bowl. “Choppy water”

  • Glasswork
  • Presented in 2020
  • H 7.6 / ø 28.0 cm
  • Sold Out

I expressed splashes of waves with the slanting lines and octagonal patterns resembling patterns of woven bamboo on the side, and the inside of the sea with the horizontal lines and lens-shaped patterns in the bottom.

Category Glasswork
Year Presented 2020
Dimensions H 7.6 / ø 28.0 cm
Materials Blue fritted glass used in the bottom
Exhibition The 67th Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
Artist Signature Signature on box and piece
Notes Comes with box

  • Kiriko cut glass

    Kiriko cut glass is made by using rotating grinders or diamond wheels to cut geometric patterns and curves into the surface of finished glass vessels. The patterns are evened and finished with fine polishing stones. Edo kiriko and Satsuma kiriko are especially famous.