Zuiho Kiln Kikubishi Delicacy Plate
A charming small plate that will dazzle any table setting for special occasions.
"Kikubishi" is a traditional Japanese design that dates back to the Edo period. Kikubishi refers to a pattern where a chrysanthemum is designed in a diamond shape. It is characterized by its elegance with a dignified image.
This plate comes in two colors, gold and silver. The gold has a warmer feel and the silver a cooler impression. The surface of the plate is slightly coarse and nicely reflects the metallic colors. The sides are colored in a matte dark brown.
Use these plates to serve small appetizers before a meal or place them on a larger plate to hold a sauce or condiments. Use 2 or 3 of these plates to serve different types of cheese for a wine tasting occasion.
Delicacy plates from Zuiho Kiln will help you elegantly decorate your table with their stylish designs and stunning metallic colors.
Zuiho Kiln was established in 1917. Having built a kiln in the Arita Sotoyama area, Zuiho Kiln has always felt the changes in the times. They have continued to produce original tableware for restaurants including traditional Japanese style restaurants, Ryotei. They also produce tableware that people can use in their everyday lives and that have warmth only felt in handmade products.
- Quantity: 1
- Dimension: 10.5cm(4.1in) x 7cm (2.8in) x H2.5cm(1.0in)
- Material: Porcelain
- Origin: Made in Japan - Arita Ware
- Brand: Zuiho Kiln
ABOUT ZUIHO KILN
Zuiho Kiln was established in 1917. Having built a kiln in the Arita Sotoyama area, and always feeling the new winds of the times, they have continued to produce original tableware for restaurants including Ryotei (traditional Japanese restaurants), as well as dishes that people can use in their everyday lives and feel the warmth of human touch.View more Zuiho Kiln's Items
ABOUT ARITA WARE
Arita Ware, made in the town of Arita in Saga Prefecture, is the oldest porcelain production area in Japan's history. Arita porcelain is characterized by its translucent white porcelain surface, dyeing using "Gosu" (indigo pigment), and gorgeous red painting using glassy overglaze pigments (red, green, yellow, purple, and blue). The pottery is highly durable and is produced in a wide variety of styles, from fine art to daily necessities. It was exported to Europe, where it was prized as fine art and called "white gold".
Arita Ware is also a prestigious brand that is admired by ceramicists from other regions as a representative porcelain production area.