Glazed porcelain bowl with a flower petal shape, offering the delicacy of porcelain, but with the feel and warmth of hand-formed clay. The 'Kohyo White' glaze is a warm rustic white with defined detail and unique speckling in each piece. Such a versatile little bowl, we use ours for burning incense papers, serving treats when friends come over, as a tea strainer rest and so much more.
- Hand-made in Japan
- Glazed Porcelain
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- Dishwasher and microwave safe
- Handwash recommended
- Each piece is unique and slightly different
- Approximate dimensions: 10.5 x 4 cm
Designed with its rustic hand-formed and flower-shaped edges this is a piece that will add warmth and joy to your home, the glaze and textured surface result in slight variations between bowls.
Kaneko Kohyo ceramics was founded in 1921, when Ito Kohyo chose the site for the original kilns at the top of a small mountain near Toki City, Gifu Prefecture.
Originally specializing in manufacturing Shinto altarpieces and sake bottles, Kaneko Kohyo draws on modern methods while preserving the ancient artisanal technique as it evolves into the production of ceramic tableware for everyday use.
With its trademark of simplicity, elegance, and warmth, Kaneko Kohyo's ceramic collection creates a hospitable dining experience and makes for aesthetic home decor.
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