Du-seok has a function of connector. Because it has color of bean so called Du(bean)-seok. Easy to handle than iron and has a similar feature of gold so used to enhance the dignity of the place.
The center piece is a combination of the insular and rough macheon rock and pocheon rock, and the decorative Bosanghwa & Sungsungyi patterns. If you look at the yard of a traditional Korean house, there are naturally carved terrace stones and water trap. It contains memories of how the house was being worn away by time and nature, creating a landscape of the house.
The contrast of Sungsungyi pattern which is naturally spreaded out, and fancy Bosanghwa pattern is harmonized and unique. The pattern of compensating is a modification of the lotus flower, which is patterned by combining two palmette leaves. The pattern of the compensation painting is a more decorative design of the palmette, which has flourished since the Unified Silla Period.
The ample-sized Du-seok is enough to hold food. When placed with an object, it gives it a heavy weight to make it look cool. This product was produced in collaboration project between Daechun Heo, Ahn Leehwan who is no.64 Intangible Cultural Property of Metal Craft and Auroi's designer Kisang Gio. It was produced through the Yeol project, a craftsmanship project of the foundation, Yeol.
Cupronickel, Brass, Macheon stone, Pocheon stone
Ø 200 x 103 / Ø 300 x 120
No. 64 Intangible Cultural Property of Metal Craft (Duseokjang)