Overall: 21.7 x 20 cm (8 9/16 x 7 7/8 in.)
Louis D. Kacalieff, M.D. Fund 1984.9
This flattened hexagonal flower vase showcases the brilliant coloration that can be achieved through wood firing: scorching produced the flash of orange on the surface. Although this piece is a traditional form for holding flowers, Kohyama has also produced more sculptural works that are intended for the same purpose.
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