Dragon Disruptive Pattern Porcelain Piece Jahan Loh x Kanezen Gama
The elusive mythical Dragon is imagined to have special elements in its scales, featuring bold patterns of light and dark in roughly equal amounts. These patterns serve to fragment and obscure the dragon's shape, making it indistinguishable against both light and dark backgrounds. Artwork depicting clouds and the dragon further enhances this effect, as the separate and conflicting patterns cancel each other out, blurring the details and boundaries of the dragon.
Made with Kanezen Gama Established in 1948 in Arita Town, Saga Prefecture, renowned as the birthplace of Japanese porcelain, Kanezen Gama specialises in crafting distinctive tableware suitable for both professional and home use, using Amakusa clay. Kanezen Gama's products are meticulously crafted by artisans who inherit a wealth of experience from the Arita, Saga region, ensuring quality and uniqueness in every piece.
Glazed artwork on Porcelain Plate D22cm Comes with authenticity card
This is a preorder art item and customers can anticipate receiving it within 2-4 weeks.A notification (email and mobile text) will be sent to our customers when the order is prepared for delivery or ready for collection.