Set of 3 small Kamogawa vases
Living with Flowers:
Decorate your table with seasonal flowers.
At the table, at the hall, in the bathroom or the toilet, with a small vase in which you can easily place your garden flowers.
Small signed flower vases Mami KANNO.
Patterns inspired by the murmur of the Kamogawa River in Kyoto.
These small vases for a flower give your table poetry and joy.
Kamogawa 1 (left) 50 €: size Ø 5.3cm, H 5.5cm, 104g
Kamogawa 2 (middle) 50 €: size Ø 5.4cm, H 6.5cm, 110g
Kamogawa 3 (right) 50 €: size Ø 5.5cm, H 7cm, 133g
Set of 3 vases for 120 €
Made in France by Mami KANNO
Mami is a ceramic artist born in Tokyo. Graduated from Tokyo University of Fine Arts.
She has exhibited since 2003 in Paris, Tokyo and Switzerland.
His works in stoneware, porcelain and Raku are beautifully simple. They revisit the roots of Japanese culture by incorporating a contemporary touch.
She masters and carries out herself, from the conception and research of the earth, to cooking at very high temperatures. All his creations are unique, handmade pieces.
Mami's work is today supported by many journalists, chefs of starred restaurants as well as specialists in the traditional tea ceremony.
Mami also creates many pieces for tableware. In Japan, for example, the face of a bowl or plate is called the "landscape". It is in harmony with the climate, the season and the spirit of the present moment.