SINGAMA BLUE LINE SETO WARE SQUARE PLATE 8.4IN
¥12,800

SINGAMA Blue Line Seto Ware Square Plate 8.4in

JPY ¥12,800

This square plate is perfectly suited for serving main dishes. The lines drawn along the rim accentuate the dish elegantly. Employing a technique of "Sometsuke" (underglaze cobalt blue) painting on a base brilliantly fired to a pure white, each piece is meticulously crafted, embodying the essence of Seto Sometsuke ware.

Since the painting is done by the hands of artisans, no two pieces are exactly alike. Each stroke varies in thickness, neither too straight nor too rigid, exuding a gentle softness.

The plate is of an ideal size for serving main dishes such as sashimi or tempura. It is also versatile enough for a variety of other uses, such as serving salads, appetizers, or toast.

Founded in 1919, "SINGAMA" is a pottery studio located in the northeastern part of Seto City, Aichi Prefecture, in a place called "Shinano." The pottery is made from high-quality Seto clay and adorned with indigo Seto Sometsuke, displaying soft and delicate patterns and a simple yet charming design. The dishes, brimming with the warmth of handcraftsmanship, add a comforting touch to everyday life. Seto Sometsuke ware is characterized by its overall pale blue color and gentle style.

PRODUCT DETAIL

  • Quantity: 1
  • Dimension: 21.5cm(8.4in) x 21.5cm(8.4in) H2cm(0.8in)
  • Material: Porcelain 
  • Origin: Made in Japan - Seto ware
  • Brand: SINGAMA

ABOUT SINGAMA

Founded in 1919, SINGAMA is a pottery studio located in the northeastern part of Seto City, Aichi Prefecture, in a place called "Shinano." The pottery is made from high-quality Seto clay and adorned with indigo Seto Sometsuke, displaying soft and delicate patterns and a simple yet charming design. The dishes, brimming with the warmth of handcraftsmanship, add a comforting touch to everyday life.

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Seto Ware

With a history of almost 1000 years, Seto Ware is deeply rooted into Japanese daily lifestyle. It is a historic ceramic ware and included in one of the six oldest kilns in Japan, known as "Rokkoyo".

It was the first area in Japan to mass-produce porcelain, and the word "Seto-mono" has become synonymous with ceramics in Japan. Seto Ware is known to be highly diverse in style and design today.

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