RINKURO KILN OLD IMARI STORY LION AND PEONY IMARI OCTAGON BOWL
$163.00

Rinkuro Kiln Old Imari Story Lion and Peony Imari Octagon Bowl

USD $163

The gorgeous Japanese bowl features a lion and peony with a modern interpretation of the traditional classic patterns of old Imari.

In Japanese arts, the combination of splendid peony and the imposing tiger is often depicted as regarded as a symbol of bravery and wealth.

This gorgeous pattern, expressed by the colorful colors using gold is perfect for New Year's and other celebrations. With this luxurious look, you may use it as a home decoration.

The large size is suitable for serving salads, main dishes, side dishes such as Nimono(simmered food).

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PRODUCT DETAIL

  • Quantity: 1
  • Dimension: D25cm(9.8in) x H6.3cm(2.4in)
  • Material: Porcelain - Hasami ware
  • Origin: Made in Japan
  • Brand: Rinkuro Kiln

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    ABOUT RINKURO KILN

    Rinkuro Kiln was established in 1968 in Hasami Pottery, a pottery production area with 400 years of tradition. It was created with the aim of creating unique style and high quality pottery.

    They continue to produce products with their unique sensibility, such as "Sometsuke" with a deep taste that never gets old, the gorgeous "Ko-Imari style," and "Some-Nishiki" with a perfect balance of Sometsuke and Akae.In recent years, they have been working hard to create tableware that meets the needs of both the Japanese and Western styles, and their creative activities are in tune with the times.

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    About HASAMI ware

    Hasami ware is a pottery ware produced near Hasami Town, located in the north central part of Nagasaki Prefecture, and has a history of over 400 years.
    Each pottery has its own characteristics, but Hasami ware is said to have "The beauty of Hasami ware is that it has no characteristics. It is characterized by the use of wood grain patterns to express a natural texture, and is made with great attention to detail.
    Since there are no techniques or designs that are instantly recognizable as Hasami ware, Hasami ware takes in the trends of the times and produces a wide variety of products.