I use wazuku, which is Japanese iron from ancient times, and produce teakettles.
By applying traditional technology such as horobiki*, the loam mold casting process or iron smelted in a furnace, I aim at the creation of works incorporating modern concepts.
*A technique to make a mold by putting a mix of kneaded river sand and clay wash into a molding box, and pulling it around a wooden pattern.
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The artwork is shipped approximately 2 weeks after confirmation of payment.
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Shipping Fees etc.
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0.6%–1% of the price of the artwork
0.2%–0.5% of the price of the artwork
Fees may vary depending on the delivery location, type of artwork, and size.
Customs duties are generally not levied on imported artworks in countries like the United States, though the final judgement will be made by the customs office of the importing country. If the artwork is liable for custom duties, the international courier will pay on behalf of the customer and the customer will be charged upon receiving the artwork.
Packing will be done by the artist or a professional fine-art courier.
The artwork will be shipped approximately 2 weeks after confirmation of payment.
We ship around the world.
The purchased item will be sent directly from the artist or operating company (Opendoor Inc.).
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