Writer Kihoko Oba Cloud pattern bean plate and chopstick rest
Bean plate and chopstick rest. The material is different from pottery or semi-porcelain depending on the work. This is semi-porcelain. A colorful bean dish carefully drawn one by one. There are a lot of pictures, so if you have different pictures for your family, the dining table will be lively and conversation will be lively. It is a bean dish that makes you smile for everyday use and on the day of the hare.
■ Size: Approximately diameter 8.5 cm x height 1.8 cm
■ Material: Semi-porcelain
[Introduction of creators]
We continue to have a passion from molding to painting, and aim to make such vessels that make us happy every day and discover things every time we use them.
Please pick it up and enjoy the warmth of the soil and the world of painting drawn by each stroke.
March 2001: Graduated from Imari Training School Potter's Wheel Department
April 2001: Enrolled in the painting department of Saga Prefectural Arita Ceramics University
March 2002: Graduated from Saga Prefectural Arita Ceramics College, Department of Painting
April 2002: Worked in a pottery class
2002: Kiln built at home
Work in pottery class: Ekoda Pottery
The product image and the delivered product are not exactly the same.
Since all the containers are handmade, the size, shape, color, pattern, texture, etc. are different one by one.
Individual differences such as intrusion (cracks that look like patterns entering the surface), pinholes (small holes), iron powder (a state in which iron is oxidized to black spots due to burning), and uneven glaze are the individual differences of the container. Please refrain from purchasing those who cannot capture it as an expression of.
We do not accept cancellations, returns or exchanges due to customer's convenience.