GOSHU ENGIZARA Chidori plate | STUDIO M'
Five types of auspicious dishes using motifs that have long been considered auspicious in Japan.
It was inspired by the ceramic rakugan type of Japanese sweets. Using motifs that have long been considered auspicious in Japan. It is an item that you want to use for New Year's and celebrations in combination with other motifs.
Although it is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, it seems to play an active role at the table.size | W9.5 x D9.4 x H1.7 cm
material | pottery (white clay) / Ruri glaze / reduction
dishwasher | x
Made in Japan
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