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The gracefulness of natural material shuns glamour - a gentle arrangement of unpretentious wild flower is all that it needs
Bamboo, the ubiquitous plant of the orient, exists in a variety of species and abundance in Japan. Its dense texture and flexibility met with the adroitness of Japanese craftsmen, who consummated the common plant from mere material for utilitarian tools such as simple baskets used since ancient times to an indispensable ingredient for high art forms. In consequence, countless masterpieces were born. It was further sophisticated with the influence of the tea ceremony.
Bamboo baskets symbolize the Japanese' innate consciousness to express nature as it exists, represented in their use in arranging flowers "as they exist in the meadows" during tea ceremonies.

artist :NODA, TEIICHI
age :contemporary
size :Dia 16.5 x H 19 (cm)
size :Dia 6 1/2" x H 7 1/2" (inch)
box :Gift box

 

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artist :NODA, TEIICHI
age :contemporary
size :Dia 15.5 x H 23.5 (cm)
size :Dia 6" x H 9 1/4" (inch)
box :Gift box

 

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artist :NODA, TEIICHI
age :contemporary
size :Dia 13 x H 25.1 (cm)
size :Dia 5" x H 10" (inch)
box :Gift box

 

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