Brass Trivet Moon
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This Futagami Trivet Moon is made of brass and handmade in Japan. Through oxidization, its color changes over time to eventually produce a beautiful patina. The...
This Futagami Trivet Moon is made of brass and handmade in Japan. Through oxidization, its color changes over time to eventually produce a beautiful patina. The brass is sand casted in the mold, giving it special surface.
We love this type of surface, which deepens gradually into a warmer tone of brass. The upper face of the tray has a so-called IHADA-finish, a crude casting surface.
The tray gradually changes its colour over the course of years due to oxidization. The longer it is used, the richer and subtler it becomes.
At Misc we carry the Futagami Stationery Trays and the Brass Sun Trivet.
Measures 13 x 13 x 1,6cm
Weighs 500 grams
Features clear silicone feet
Made from Brass
Color will gradually change due to oxidization
Made in Japan
Comes in nice box
Oji Masanori, who designed the Futagami Stationery Trays, was born in 1974 in the Hiroshima Prefecture. After graduating in 1997 and working in an architect office and a graphic design office, he became who he is as of today, a designer. His works expand from designing a variety of Japanese handicraft products, making graphic designs of ongoing works to developing the branding of his product families in an integrated manner. He designs based on the upbringing of a handicraft item with an eye in the destiny of that particular product.
If there’s a visceral part of the Futagami products that can’t be shown in a photograph, it’s their weight: a reminder of their reality. Hyper-dense objects, like brass paperweights, remind you of what’s real when they sit in the palm of your hand. While most of our world is getting smaller and lighter, heavy metals pin you into place with their gravity. This is something that the designers and craftsmen at Futagami know well: before it was a lifestyle brand, Futagami was a manufacturer of Buddhist devotional objects.
We’re intrigued by the odd luster of their brasswork, too. Futagami brass is untreated, meaning that it reacts quickly the oils of your skin when you touch it. This means that the way the light glints off of, say, a paperweight, will be different when you first take it out of the box to the tenth time you move it across the table, to the hundredth time, to the thousandth time. It’s a continually evolving process, meaning the beauty it bears now is only one stage of its life. Buying one of these sand-cast bronze pieces is not just a purchase for today, but a purchase for decades from now, when its true beauty — unique to you after years of use — will be revealed.
We’re enamoured with Futagami, and are proud to stock them in our online shop, as well as at our store in Amsterdam.
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Importing from countries as far as Japan & shipping worldwide has more of an impact than we would like. That is why we plant a tree for every order + we plant an additional 2 trees each day.
Furthermore, we offset the individual carbon footprint of our staff, including travel per individual under 8,000 km by car or 2 short-haul return flights annually, by funding climate change solutions through Ecologi.
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