Andy Chen

Corian Sake set with inlay

My parents had a couple of porcelain sake sets when I was a youngster and I was impressed by their elegance. When I decided to make a set recently I thought it would be nice to inlay it, which is something I have been itching to do ever since I saw Stephen Hatcher's demo a couple of years ago. His work is so stunning and inspiring. However, I decided to use organic material instead of stone for the inlay. The tree branches are mixed saw dust from mahogany and ebony and the flowers are ground-up dried crepe myrtle flower petals mixed with white Corian powder

Corian Sake set with inlay
Andy Chen, Sep 18, 2011
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