Oil Lamp_N0. 776
Horong is a Korean traditional oil lamp that used to produce light using an oil based
fuel source before the invention of electric lighting.
The Dogabi Horong can be used as a lamp with paraffin oil
or as an aroma diffuser, which is an object that will make everyday spaces special.
STORY OF DOGABI
DOGABI is an old word for Korean goblin.
In Korea, the goblin has been regarded as the god of abundance and wealth.
They make gold for good people, protect their homes, and help them succeed. Their figures exist in people's imaginations, and sometimes they are seen as men with magical powers, or they are portrayed as terrifying monsters. You can meet Korean goblin faces imagined by ceramic artist Hyung Jun Kim in our brand.
His one-of-a-kind functional ceramic sculptures will become collectible pieces of art.
■ Material : Ceramic (white Porcelain)
■ Method : Wheel Throwing, Sculpt, Pierced decoration
■ Kiln Temperature : 2102℉, Oxidation Firing, Glaze / 1472℉ Oxidation Firing, Gold (British 23.5k)
■Size : 80×90×95(h)mm,215g
For the photo shoot, only oil was applied to the oil lamp wick to light it up.