Mori Porcelain Elephant Sculpture
Sale Price (non-members): $29.99
Sale Price (members): $26.99
Original Price: $85.00
This Mori Porcelain Elephant Sculpture is an abstract elephant-in-the-round, designed in the 1960s by award-winning porcelain artist, Masahiro Mori. Mori’s visionary fusion of traditional ideas with modern sensibilities transformed Japanese porcelain design and production. As popular today as in the 1960s, this Mori Porcelain Elephant Sculpture is made by the Japanese company Hakusan Porcelain where Masahiro Mori worked as a designer for nearly 20 years. 4"h. x 4.5"dia.
This fine Asian porcelain sculpture is inspired by a work in the Smithsonian’s Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. Birds, cats, elephants and fish are just a few of the porcelain subjects included.
Every Smithsonian purchase will arrive with a museum provenance card explaining how it is adapted from or inspired by an object or objects in our collection.