Sculpture Bouddha Jizô

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€110
This Buddha is an allegory of Japanese Jizô. It accompanies and protects children and pilgrims on their way ... I make it with the idea ...
  • Material : Porcelain ceramic
  • Color : Celadon, copper blue
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Sculpture Bouddha Jizô

BLEU TERRE

€110

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This Buddha is an allegory of Japanese Jizô. It accompanies and protects children and pilgrims on their way ... I make it with the idea of the box in which you can put your wishes on paper, the head being independent, it can tilt and thus give it an expression different. Each piece is unique and may therefore have variations compared to the piece ordered. To find out which models are available, you can write to EMPREINTES customer service at serviceclients@empreintes-paris.com

  • Type precision : Buddha Jizô of love
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Dimensions : H23cmx L12cm
  • Suitable for outside use : No

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

The piece is made of Bavarian porcelain. The use is decorative and symbolic.

The piece is produced by turning and then modeling with Bavarian porcelain. The cooking is done with gas in reduction, which brings this depth to the celadon enamels.

Shipping is done by Colissimo or UPS depending on the weight, I can make a quote for shipping with the shipment of the package.

Craftsman

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My inspiration comes from the history of Asian arts, and I mix my European origins with the oriental spirit. I aspire to make very refined pieces, simple in their lines and their colors. Seduced by the softness and flexibility of porcelain, I decline "bamboo" vases with celadon covers, tea cups and bowls with irregular and asymmetrical bodies, imbued with life. I cook reductive gas, offering the enamels to flourish with the flames. Adept at meditation, I set out to shape “Buddhas”. My porcelain or black sandstone characters are drawn from my imagination influenced by Japan. They are little gods warm to the soul.