Openwork bowl by Lee Neung-Ho
Lee Neung-Ho creates works by harmonizing the traditional method of a wooden spinning wheel with the modern method of gas kilns.
In order to revive the essence of soil, only the minimum form is given to the work. To keep the original soil from various soil combinations and the artist's unique texture, the work is made based on the traditional pottery production method "Tapping," and there is a relaxed view of nature and life. While emphasizing the Korean color, texture, and shape, the artist creates elegant works ranging from modern living porcelain to ceramic objects with elegance.
When you turn on the candle, the light leaks faintly through the works outstanding with openwork carving technique although, It is also suitable for containing fruits.
Materials & Size(cm)
Ø 7.5 x H 8.5
Precautions for use
- After use, wash one by one carefully with a soft sponge without using a dishwasher or dryer. Also, do not use iron scrubbers or abrasives because the surface may get damaged.
- After washing, dry it sufficiently, and be careful not to touch other things because they may absorb or crack due to differences in intensity when storing.
- Do not tap or rub with objects such as spoons.
- If there is a crack or wound, do not use it because it may be dangerous when used.