Ryuhei Sako

Earning his masters at Hiroshima City University in the Department of Design and Applied Arts in 2002, Ryuhei Sako uses the centuries-old Japanese Mokume-gane metal technique to create contemporary pieces. A member of the Japan Kōgei Association, his work is characterised by extensive research and experimentation.

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Mokume-Gane Vase
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Mokume-Gane Vase
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Mokume-Gane Bowl
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Mokume-Gane Open Vase
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Mokume-Gane Tea Container
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Mokume-Gane Mizusashi
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Mokume-Gane Tea Container
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Mokume-Gane Open Vase
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Mokume-Gane Bowl
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Mokume-Gane Incense Container
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Mokume-Gane Tea Container
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Mokume-Gane Tea Container
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Mokume-Gane Vase
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Mokume-Gane Vase
Metal
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Mokume-Gane Box
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Mokume-Gane Tea Container
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Mokume-Gane Incense Container
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Mokume-Gane Open Vase
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Vestige
Glass
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Whirl Vase
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Structural Blue
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Structural Blue 45.2
Glass
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Surface Tactility (on Wall) #4
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Iron Matte Glaze with Natural Ash, Sculptural Form
Ceramics
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Mini Whirl Vase
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Flame
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