Seafood Theme Soy Sauce Plate / Chopsticks Rest Set of 5 Kutani Ware – K&S - Sydney

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Kutaniware  |  SKU: KWK6-45

Seafood Theme Soy Sauce Plate / Chopsticks Rest Set of 5 Kutani Ware

$33.00
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Seafood Theme Sauce Plate Set of 5

A set of soy sauce plate / chopsticks rest with seafood theme. The sauce place seems a bit uneven on one side, which is because there slot is designed to hold a pair of chopsticks. 

Prawn (Ebi, えび), Sardine (Iwashi, ), flounder (Hirame, 平目), Snapper (Tai, 鯛), Striped beakfish (Ishidai, イシダイ)

  • Origin: Kutani Ware
  • Function: Tapas Plate
  • Measurement: 9cm in diameter

About Kutani Ware

Kutani ware (九谷焼, Kutani-yaki) is a style of Japanese porcelain traditionally supposed to be from Kutani, now a part of Kaga, Ishikawa, in the former Kaga Province (Wikipedia). 

The design of Kutani ware normally features the beauty of nature, landscapes, people. Most of the surface, and because Kutani ware emphasizes on the use of vivid colors such as purple, read, green and yellow and blue, Kutani ware is considered as a fine porcelain unique to Japan.

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Kutaniware

Seafood Theme Soy Sauce Plate / Chopsticks Rest Set of 5 Kutani Ware

$33.00

Seafood Theme Sauce Plate Set of 5

A set of soy sauce plate / chopsticks rest with seafood theme. The sauce place seems a bit uneven on one side, which is because there slot is designed to hold a pair of chopsticks. 

Prawn (Ebi, えび), Sardine (Iwashi, ), flounder (Hirame, 平目), Snapper (Tai, 鯛), Striped beakfish (Ishidai, イシダイ)

About Kutani Ware

Kutani ware (九谷焼, Kutani-yaki) is a style of Japanese porcelain traditionally supposed to be from Kutani, now a part of Kaga, Ishikawa, in the former Kaga Province (Wikipedia). 

The design of Kutani ware normally features the beauty of nature, landscapes, people. Most of the surface, and because Kutani ware emphasizes on the use of vivid colors such as purple, read, green and yellow and blue, Kutani ware is considered as a fine porcelain unique to Japan.

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