Imari Porcelain Jewelry and accessories made in Japan For over hundreds of years, Imari Ware has been called “porcelain diamond” or “ivory gold” and has enchanted people all over the world for over hundreds of years with its gloss and elegance. Inheriting the tradition, Imari Ware has been newborn as “Imari Porcelain Jewelry” by a perfect fusion of Imari Ware, pearl and precious metals. The greatest features. Original techniques of Tachikawa.
Most porcelain like pots or saucers have some uncoated rough part on edges or bottoms. Seifu’s pieces are fully coated with no rough spots on them. It would be a mystery to anyone who knows how porcelain is made. Seifu’s unique design comes from this special technique.
[Cracking by burnt gold]
By burning gold or porcelain in the kiln, fine cracks appear on the porcelain. This technique needs years of experience and instinct because the shape of the cracks is made by fine handcraft.
Technique as Power of Life Art as Pleasure from the Heart
New Imari Ware has been born as “Imari jewelry” by fusing the tradition of Imari Ware, precious metals and pearl. A handiwork must have life in it. Its life will be created by the craftsman’s technique. The best day, handcraft, handwriting and several firing will make porcelain pieces. The porcelain pieces combined with precious metals and pearl will produce a real jewelry. “Technique as Power of Life. Art as Pleasure from the Heart.” The poet Goichi-Matsunaga left me this poem. I’m trying to create pieces which will give you pleasure.