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Hiroko Hatano Spoon 19


Dimensions: H 2.5cm x W 7.1cm X L 10.5cm

Materials: Glass

Method:  pâte-de-verre, finished by hand carving and polishing

Care: To clean, please wash by hand in warm water. Not heat resistant. 



This sculptural spoon embodies a harmonious blend of form and function, crafted with a delicate oval body in a translucent light grey glass that emanates a subtle inner glow. Through a delicate balance of curvaceous lines and simplicity of form, Hatano masterfully showcases her expertise in manipulating pigment, glass particles, and the graceful movement of the air bubbles within. Employing the pâte-de-verre technique, where glass powders are pressed into a mould and finished through a long process of carving and polishing, the result is a smooth surface that invites tactile exploration and exudes a refined vitality.


About the Artist

Tokyo-based glass artist Hiroko Hatano has been working with glass since 2008. Using a kiln casting method, Hatano creates pieces finished through a diligent carving and polishing process, favouring simple forms that showcase her use of pigment, glass particles, and air bubbles. The result is a dynamic exploration of her material that is both refined and energetic.

Hiroko Hatano Spoon 19



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