Masato Kigasawa "Dancing in the Wind" Cut glass bowl
- Created in 2010
- H 12.0 / ø 25.7 cm
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Red fritted glass used on the inside. The outside, carved with deep, thick lines expressing wind, is sandblasted. The thin lines carved in between express flower petals floating on water and the reflection of light on the water surface.
|Year of Creation||2010|
|Dimensions||H 12.0 / ø 25.7 cm|
|Materials||Glass using fritted glass on the inside|
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.