spoons and forks by Yuichi Takemata April 18th, 2012  Metal artist Yuichi Takemata got his start apprenticing at a jewelry atelier to learn the craft of jewelry making. He later went independent, designing and producing his own work and eventually opening a small retail shop in Kanazawa.

Grey, Metal (spoons and forks by Yuichi Takemata April

This small Japanese cast iron teapot (tetsubin) is beautifully decorated with cherry blossoms which are the national flower of Japan and symbolize new beginnings, love and beauty.

This small Japanese cast iron teapot (tetsubin) is beautifully decorated with cherry blossoms which are the national flower of Japan and symbolize new beginnings, love and beauty. (info by previous pinner, thank you) GRS says: my favourite colour!

Japanese sword guard, Tsuba 鍔

Japanese sword guard, or 'tsuba' 鍔 - The fish are carp, the symbol for good luck

when copper meets japanese aesthetics.

WHEN COPPER MEETS JAPANESE AESTHETICS (79 Ideas)

Tsuba in the form of an octopus Japanese, Edo Period, mid-19th century By Ryoun Michiyoshi, Japanese School Kyoto School, Japanese, MFA

Tsuba in the form of an octopus Japanese, Edo Period, century By Ryoun Michiyoshi, Japanese School Kyoto School.

Japanese cast iron kettle teapot Tetsubin Nambu Hobun-dou Mt. Fuji shape

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Metal incense burner with roosters by SHOAMI Katsuyoshi (1832-1908), Japan 正阿弥勝義

Shoami Katsuyoshi, Incense burner with domestic fowls, Sannenzaka Museum, Kyoto.

Patinated bronze vase, late Edo period (mid-19th century). Japan

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An inlaid bronze plum-blossom shape koro (incense burner) and cover By Shoami Katsuyoshi (1832-1908) of Okayama, Meiji Period, 1889 (5)

An inlaid bronze plum-blossom shape koro (incense burner) and cover By Shoami Katsuyoshi of Okayama, Meiji Period, 1889

Hoseki Okuyama Tankin.

Hoseki Okuyama Tankin.

Nambu Iron Kettles from the workshop of Hisao Iwashimizu (Kukan Chuzo) - Analogue Life Online Shop | Japanese Designed & Artisan Made Housewares

Nambu Iron Kettles from the workshop of Hisao Iwashimizu (Kukan Chuzo) - Analogue Life Online Shop

Hoseki's family was famous for the craft of 'tankin'. In 1995, he was designated as a Living National Treasure for his tankin skills. Tankin is a metalcraft technique that involves hammering heated metal and molding it over a plate called an 'ate-kin'.

In he was designated as a Living National Treasure for his tankin skills. Tankin is a metalcraft technique that involves hammering heated metal and molding it over a plate called an 'ate-kin'.

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