A great deal of impression of this hand-formed bowl is also the result of contrast of the inner and outer surface each of them in their own manner treating the subject of spring.
On the outer one the design of cracks forms the curvy branches of an old cherry-tree, opening flower buds. The trunk and also the flying birds are carved into rigorous surface of clay. Passing through the brim to the inner side of the bowl we come to the reign of bright colors - green of young foliage, blue sky and blue mountains, half-hidden in a spring mist. Also blue - but of another shade is the character "spring".