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Dancing Flames

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5th Generation Seiun Souemon Hara

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M - 60.0cm(H) x 30.0cm(W) / 23.6"(H) x 11.8"(W)

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Overview

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2017

Bronze

Edition of 2

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Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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Dancing Flames is a versatile work of art. The Hanshidou (Red-violet Organic Bronze Casting Technique) bronze vessels can be extended to become a larger sculpture or a collection that grows over time. As bronze remains one of the material choices for monumental statuary, Dancing Flames can be exhibited in hotel lobbies, fine-dining restaurants or kept as private collections.

Dancing Flames was co-created between Satoshi Hara of 5th Generation Seiun Souemon Hara, and Chris Lee of Asylum.

Large-size Weight: 120kg
Small-size Weight: 80kg
Only available by pre-order, with a production lead time of 2 months.

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Hometown: Niigata, Japan

Lives and Works: Niigata, Japan

Created by the wisdom and ambition of their ancestors to add value to life and contribute back to the rich nature of Japan, the Hara family continues to master two bronze casting techniques – Lost-wax casting and Hanshidou. Their craft was designated an Intangible Cultural Property by the prefecture in 1978. Due to the nature of the craft, organic process and material, every object produced is unique and ages beautifully over generations.

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