This masterpiece with handmade Hamon patterns shows the vitality of water. Water is gentle and elegant when it is flowing. Water helps in maintaining the physical functions of human body and yielding good harvest of crops. Where there is water there is auspicious.
Hamon silver kettle is made of a piece of pure silver by tools passed down from Meiji Era without welding. The hammering tools were refined by the artist in Meiji Era in order to make particular patterns on silver kettles.
Using top-level, pure quality precious metals as materials and infusing traditional Japanese culture and jewellery and metal arts, every singular silver kettle is homemade in Japan. Kyoto Zuihodo adopts the Japanese Samurai spirit which believes that no matter how hard the creative process is, or how long it might take, we can always overcome ourselves, hammering delicately to finish the most perfect works of art in our hearts and present them to collectors.
660 Sakae-cho, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto-city
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