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Tsubomi Flower Vase No.20 / Hiroshi Taruta

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Taruta's passion for carvings has led him to create his own unique porcelain pieces with a blue-white glaze that are unlike any other. He noticed that carving was prone to distortion and cracking, and the outcome tended to exude a sense of stiffness and tension. To overcome this challenge, he incorporated curved shapes and lines to achieve a soft, limpid feeling. This flower vase is a testament to his artistic vision and desire to express himself with lines. 

For more story about Hiroshi Taruta, visit our online media at Kogei Standard.
  • Area: Seto, Aichi Prefecture
  • Artist: Hiroshi Taruta
  • Material: Porcelain
  • Size: φ150 (longest rim diameter) × H235mm
  • This product comes with its original wooden box.
  • Only available in Singapore.
    Crafted By

    Hiroshi Taruta
    A ceramic artist living in Aichi Prefecture. He studied ceramics in Seto. While utilizing a technique called “hotaru-de” which creates translucent patterns, he continues to pursue his original aesthetic expressions full of limpidity.

    Care Instructions

    - Do not use in dishwasher or microwave.
    - Do not use in oven or on open fire.
    - Clean the product with non-abrasive, soft scouring pad.
    - For your own safety, do not use any item that is chipped or cracked.

    Shipping & Delivery

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    Pickup available at 24 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089607.
    Usually ready in 2 hours.

    Tsubomi Flower Vase No.20 / Hiroshi Taruta
    Tsubomi Flower Vase No.20 / Hiroshi Taruta

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Where are the products made?

    All products are made in various areas and prefectures across Japan. HULS Gallery Singapore curates and presents a collection of fine crafts from across Japan, each with a unique heritage and expression, collectively highlighting Japan's distinctive appreciation of beauty.

    Is there any physical store in Singapore?

    Yes, we have 3 locations in Singapore.

    Duxton Hill - Flagship
    24 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089607.
    11:00 - 19:00 (Monday - Saturday and excluding Public Holidays)

    Millenia Walk
    9 Raffles Blvd #01-36/37, Singapore 039596.
    11:00 - 20:00 (Daily)

    Takashimaya Department Store, B1, Japanese Tableware Section

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