04/30/18 | My Hunt
It is a major Wada Morihiro, made in the late 1980, about 16 inches tall, intricate like a folding origami paper work. The making of it is truly difficult and intriguing, as it cannot be slab built, it must be built up by small strips of clay, which ensure each every corner and angle straight and sharp. The surface is interlocking pattern. A large piece as such, the bottom is slightly tilted upward, therefore, the piece doesn’t appear heavy, a master’s touch!