“みず-II” (jap. water) is the second jug from the KPM I am working on in the kizu collection. In contrast to みず-I, the fractions on one side are star-shaped and form an exciting contrast to the curved object shape. Nevertheless, the cracks starting from the collision center round to the other side and open up a completely different line shape to the viewer there.
The traditional Kintsugi method can be seen inside through black hairlines, where the original shards were joined together using Urushi Japanese lacquer and nikawa glue. On the outside, the cracks were painted over with bengara urushi and finished with 23.75 carat rosenoble gold.
The 1.15 liter jug from the Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin is matched to the URBINO table, coffee and tea service by Trude Petri and blends harmoniously into the modern or classic living ambience.
Designer: Trude Petri
Year of origin: 1947
Jug MIZU 2 みず-II
23.75 Karat Rosenobel Pudergold