1 of Ikebana Vase
1 of Black Coated Brass Kenzan
- All made in Japan
・Black Brass Kenzan (Black Coated)
Size: 2.4 x 2.4 x 0.82" (61 x 61 x 21mm)
Weight: 0.5lbs (247g)
Pin frog Size: 1/16"(1.4mm) in diameter, 1/2"(13mm) in height
Number of Needles: 168
Size: L 125 × W 125 × H 48 mm (L 4.92 × W 4.92 × H 1.89 inch)
Weight: 252 g (8.89oz)
Origin: Japan (Mizunami, Gifu prefecture)
【100% Made in Japan Ikebana Floral Vase】
Real Japanese ikebana tool kit made by local artisans from the cities of Sanjo, Niigata Prefecture (kenzan pin frog) and Mizunami, Gifu prefecture (flower vase). The vase is made in mino ware ceramic pottery style, which was developed more than 1300 years and it is a protected traditional craft characterized by the innovative glaze use and its unusual shapes and colors. The kenzan is made following traditional design from ikebana Sogetsu School.
【 Small Black Ceramic Suiban with White Brush Glaze Details】
Small black flower ikebana vase with a white brush glaze details. Pairs perfectly with Wazakura black kenzan series. The strong color puts a lively tone in your room and floral arrangements. Although it is a low vase, its depth allows you to pour plenty of water in and grow flowers.
【Flower Arrangement or Decorative Use】
This Japanese suiban ikebana vase is recommended for moribana style floral arrangement in which kenzan is used to construct naturalistic landscapes.
Suitable for fresh bouquets, aquatic plants, moss, greenery silk flowers, home décor, kitchen, bathroom, office, wedding centerpiece, etc
【Black Coated Kenzan】
With rubber gasket that prevents scratches or damage to your vase.
It keeps your flowers upright, stable and in position while allowing water and nutrient absorption. It helps water to remain clear for a longer time.
Black coated color blends with the vase.
【About Wazakura Japan】
Wazakura Japan began their journey collaborating with Japanese craftsmen with the aim to make easily available authentic bonsai tools, ikebana floral arrangement supplies and accessories overseas and keep traditional Japanese crafts alive. We work with small traditional blacksmith shops and artisans still in business around Japan. Their skills are preserved and passing down to their descendants.
Both the vase and the kenzan are pretty and of high quality. Will consider purchase more.