Lisa Larson Mashiko Mamezara Tori
A palm-sized Mashiko-yaki bean plate with a bird designed by Lisa Larson.
It is recommended to use it with a teacup or flat plate.
[What is Mashiko ware]
Pottery produced around Mashiko-machi, Haga-gun, Tochigi Prefecture. Mashiko is said to be a mecca for modern ceramic art. In 1924, Shoji Hamada settled down and built a pottery kiln, attracting the attention of not only Japan but also the world of pottery. Stone powder and old iron powder are used as the glaze, and the coloring is done with a dog brush, so it is characterized by a heavy color and a thick texture.
Size | Φ9.3 x h2cm
Material | pottery
Made in Japan
*Microwave and dishwasher safe