- Trays made using a new technique
- Design: Mokuzogan Woven
This tray has an intricate grain pattern that look as if it were made by weaving sliced veneers of Japanese oak. Made by a wood-inlay technique, the Mokuzogan method, and not woven at all, the surface is flat and smooth.
Wood sliced as thin as paper is called "Tsukiita". These thinly sliced wood veneer sheets are cut at a precise angle and pasted to create this pattern. From there they are fashioned into a unique tray.
Tree species: Japanese Oak
Size: 25 x 36.5 x 2.2cm
Finishing: Urethane clear coating
Product design: graf
If it gets wet, please use a dry cloth to wipe it dry immediately
Store in a dry place away from direct sunlight
Each tray is hand-made from natural materials. There may be a slight difference in the shape, colour and wood grain patterns due to the inconsistencies of the materials. There may also be some scratch marks or unevenness.
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