はもん "hamon" (Japanese wave ring) is a unique piece whose story is told by the rings of the décor and the crossing break lines of Kintsugi repair. Its symmetrical straightness is broken, but the gentle waves continue to circle unperturbed into infinity. Cool gray and warm gold complement the perfection of the broken and let the eye follow the round and straight lines.
The original shards were assembled according to the traditional Kintsugi method 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 URBINO service from KPM Berlin impresses with its noble, clear design language, which is committed to the design ideal of New Objectivity. Gently rounded curves and the shapes of the vessel, which are derived from a circle and a sphere, unite here to create an elegant, timeless design. Trude Petri designed the series in 1930, this bowl with the grey striped decoration was created in the late 1940s to 1950s at the Auslagerungswerk Selb.
Designer: Trude Petri
Year of origin: 1930
Decor: grey striped decor
Underglaze blue sceptre mark with "S" (storage plant in Selb, 1944-57). Red imperial orb. Painter's mark 110
Bowl HAMON はもん
23.75 Karat Rosenobel Pudergold