Amboyna Burl Urushi Coating Revival release Limited 30

Amboyna Burl Urushi Coating  Revival release Limited 30

In 2010, we released a limited edition of 105 pieces, and since we got good materials for the sold out ones, we will release a limited edition of 30 pieces.
Scientific name :Pterocarpus indicus
Southeast Asia
Release in 2010
It is Burl that can be found near the base of a large tree (Fabaceae Family) with a tree age of 1000 years or more called Amboyna.
Coat urushi more than 18 times to prevent contamination and cracking.

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    Released on July 11, 2023

(Sold out) Sandalwood Kintsugi Urushi Limited 11

November 13th Sold out

Released on November 9, 2023

Origin: India, Mysore region

English name: Sandalwood

Before logging export restrictions were imposed in 1965, there were only a few stockpiled in Japan. We were lucky enough to obtain it as a log in 2009, and by polishing it using odorless persimmon juice and high-quality urushi made in Japan, we succeeded in preventing stains while retaining the sandalwood aroma.Limited to 25 pieces. It was sold out after its release. By repairing and manufacturing the remaining cracked material that had been stored and finishing it with kintsugi (golden joinery), we achieved the beauty of scarcity” that makes it more beautiful than the original.

Price: ▷Please refer to the SW column in the price list.

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(Sold out)Black persimmon urushi limited 13

Sold out on November 12th

Released on November 9, 2023
From Minano, Chichibu, Saitama Prefecture

I got a few special rare parts.
Black persimmon is a common name, and the type of tree is “persimmon tree.” When a persimmon tree is sawn, it usually has a milky white to light yellow color, but in rare cases, a black color similar to ink may enter the center of the tree. This is called black persimmon. The probability is 1 in 10,000, making it extremely valuable and expensive. It is common for black patterns to appear only on old trees that are over 150 years old, so we thought that the “tannin” that is the source of persimmon tannin may change color, giving the persimmon tree, which is originally white, a black color. It is being The carefully selected wood grains are wiped and finished with urushi.
Price: ▷Please refer to the BP column in the price list.

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