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In Japanese, the term "結 musubu" not only signifies tying a string but also connecting one entity to another. It conveys positive connotations, such as achieving a goal ("mi-o-musubu") or experiencing something wonderful ("en-o-musubu"), offering a range of interpretations.

Designer: Makoto Komatsu 小松 誠

Origin: Seto, Aichi-ken, Japan

Material: White Porcelain 白磁


  • S:  10.5 × 7 × 11.5cm
  • L:  16 × 12 × 15cm

結 MUSUBU」 is one of the latest artworks by Makoto Komatsu, designed as a commemorative product to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Ceramic Japan.

This unique vase consists of two interconnected parts, with a barrier inside that allows water to be poured in without flowing out from the other side, making it perfect for showcasing a single flower. When displayed at different angles or combined in different arrangements, it can also serve as a distinctive piece of art decoration, enriching your space with diverse perspectives.

It will be a great choice for wedding gifts, birthday gifts, Valentine's Day gifts, and more.

* The vase surface may have noticeable traces of connections, as well as slight irregularities, a subtle grainy texture, and extremely small black dots, which are characteristic of handmade craftsmanship. Please note that these are not considered defects.
The production of this item involves many manual processes, resulting in individual minor differences. 


Import directly from Japan 


About Artist — Makoto Komatsu 小松 誠

Born in Tokyo, Japan, Makoto Komatsu graduated from the Craft Design Department of the Musashino Art Junior College. He worked in the Craft Design Office of Musashino Art University and was a professor at Musashino Art University in 1999. He won the Exhibition Design Award at the 1st Mino International Ceramics Exhibition in 1986. He has held solo exhibitions in Ikebukuro, Ginza, Yushima, Roppongi and other places in Tokyo. He has also participated in international exhibitions in Japan and over the world, such as the World Modern Ceramic Art Exhibition in Shanghai and the 4th World Ceramic Biennale in Korea.


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