A pattern that looks charming, floating in a small smooth dish of white porcelain. A small dish made from the famous pottery of porcelain from the Edo period ·Kutani-yaki's small kiln uses the domestic stone that can be collected in Komatsu city, Ishikawa prefecture called Hanasaka pottery. The shape of the dish is modelled on the old 5 - inch dish produced by Kutani.
And the reason for the pattern which was printed in the middle is because it is based on antique rubber stamps sold in French flea market. The pattern was first made in a plaster mold, printed on the centre of the dish prior to firing, and then a blue pigment, was poured and baked with a glaze.
- Dimensions: φ11cm
- Material: Porcelain
- Microwave & dishwasher safe
Place of origin: Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan