An ancient Japanese belief was that nothing lasts forever, and this simple fact is what made objects so precious. Once broken objects could be brought back to life using a technique known as kintsugi. A reassembled piece then became even more precious. Fem Fetalle was inspired by this notion, the dramatic pose suggests beauty is both fleeting and vulnerable to the forces of nature.
The sculpture was sculpted in ceramic, bisque fired, broken, raku fired, and finally painstakingly reassembled.
Size: 28cm height.
All of our products come with free delivery to mainland UK.
If you live outside the UK mainland and would like to make a purchase, please contact us using the Ask a Question” tab for details on additional delivery costs.
You have 14 days from receiving the product to notify Sable & Ox if you wish to return an item. Please note that pieces commissioned to your specific requirements, or items with a broken hygiene seal cannot be returned unless found to be faulty.
Take note that all of our products are packaged and shipped by the artist and not by Sable & Ox.
Read our full deliveries and returns policy here.