The casual hexagonal form makes this work a noble style. KANAMORI Eichi insists that embodiment design of flowers and plants are unbecoming for vases, and he adopts the geometrical pattern. He designs two to five inlays with silver and gold on the vase. This work gives the images of rhythm, extension and expansion from changing the interval of inlays. This has a calculated design and skill not to impress the hardness of the bronze.