- Small porcelain dishes that are perfect for pickles, nuts, small snacks, and garnishes
- Traditional Japanese Patterns made with Inban printing
- Designers collaborate with craftsmen to create an exceptional product
Handmade by traditional craftsmen. Each plate has different shades of colours, blurs or lack of patterns. Enjoy the uniqueness of each piece.
Inban is one of the printing techniques used in Japan where a pattern is transferred from paper to porcelain.The craftsman wets the patterned “tensha-gami” (printing paper) then places it on unglazed pottery. Since they are handmade, each item is unique. After they are dried, the porcelain is glazed and baked to create a perfect little dish.
Karamatsu : Larch flowers in circular arrangement
Kikuju : Chrysanthemums
Koshi : Lattice with white dots
Kuyo : Nine Petal Flowers
Dimensions: φ11.7 x H1.7 cm
Place of origin: Japan
Dishwasher and Microwave Safe.
Oven and Freezer Unsafe.