GOSHU ENGIZARA Plum plate | STUDIO M'
Five types of auspicious dishes using motifs that have long been considered auspicious in Japan.
Plums on a soybean plate. Plum is known as a lucky charm for the New Year. When it is still cold, the plum blossoms that endure the cold and bloom before the hundred flowers are a symbol of joy that signals the arrival of spring. The earthy pottery material and the pale pink color of the plums create a subdued, cute and warm atmosphere. A bean dish of just the right size to put condiments and snacks on. Also for soy sauce dishes used for sashimi. You can also use it as a container to put side dishes and fruits in addition to one soup and three vegetables.
Although it is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, it seems to play an active role at the table.size | W9.1 x D8.7 x H1.7 cm
material | White pottery (red clay) / Milky white glaze / Reduction
dishwasher | x
Made in Japan
Photos copyright by Studio M' / Marumitsu Poterie