A compass is considered to bring good luck because it allows people to gather.
I made this piece by creating Saikiko around the compass.
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- lacquer, brass, and Kyoto opal
- W 19.5 × D 19.5 × H 12.2 cm
W 7.68 × D 7.68 × H 4.80 in
weight: 6.39 lbs
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Kenji Omachi is highly skilled in traditional techniques using lacquer, such as Maki-e. In his search for new methods of expression, he discovered and fell in love with Kyoto Opal, a man-made gem developed by the KYOCERA company. He remains a pioneer in inlaying this new material, which is used in the same way as inlaid mother of pearl.
Integrating lacquer and Kyoto Opal