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Nakagawa Kintsugi Table

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Les Ateliers Courbet Nakagawa Mokkougei Ki Oke Stool Wood Hand Crafted Japan Handmade OEO Master-Craftsmanship Kyoto Design Furniture Seats Table
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Copy of Les ateliers Courbet Nakagawa Mokkougei Indigo Table Japan Handmade Furniture Kyoto Design Mauro Mori Domeau Peres Hermes Saint Louis Lobmeyr Nymphenburg Sevres

Nakagawa Kintsugi Table

30,000.00

LES ATELIERS COURBET EDITIONS

 

MANUFACTURER

Shuji Nakagawa Mokkougei

 

DESCRIPTION

This table was created in collaboration with Les Ateliers Courbet and Studio OeO.

Seventh generation master-woodcrafter and artist, Shuji Nakagawa Mokkougei carries-on the finest tradition of woodcrafting from the region of Kyoto where time-honored techniques are passed on from father to son.

The workshop of Nakagawa is widely recognized for its iconic wooden buckets (ki-oke) handcrafted using a technique developed 700 years ago during the Muromachi era. During the Edo period, households used wooden buckets for bathing rituals or for storing rice and miso.The buckets can still be found in every Japanese households today, although they are used for various purposes, such as champagne coolers, bathtubs or beautiful decorative objects for the home. 

While he continues to work closely with his father, Japan Living National Treasure, Kiyotsugu Nakagawa in the family's workshop in Kyoto, Shuji Nakagawa has built a name for himself and gained the recognition of an international collector base from his own studio in the mountains of Shiga where he creates Museum exhibited pieces. 

 

MATERIAL

Japanese Sawara Cypress coated with natural indigo pigments protected with urethan finish and Kintsugi details

Burl wood base 

 

* May be customized whether with a natural finish or a full indigo coat

 

DIMENSIONS

L 75 x W 37.5 x H 15 inches

 

LEAD TIME

Available

* Please contact the gallery for bespoke commission

 

PRICE

$27,000

 

 

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