Japansk porselen tallerken med oktagon form og matt grå overflate fra Arita 1616 / Japan. Design: Teruhiro Yanagihara . Kan kjøpes ved Kollekted by en interiørbutikk på Grünerløkka, Oslo.

1616 / arita japan

TY Anise Plate 150 | Unglazed Grey

Regular price 496,00 kr

The Plate 150 in the TY Anise series is a light octagon shaped plate with small rim designed by Teruhiro Yanagihara for 1616/ arita japan. Crafted using a traditional Japanese technique that has been practiced in the town of Arita for centuries. The plates in the TY Standard series incorporates innovative experiments with clay and they are designed to enhance usage and stackability. The plates complements any appetizer, small meals, dessert or even as a container for your favourite jewelry.

Hand-crafted in unglazed matte grey porcelain. Made by the clay of crushed stone.

Properties and product care
The material is durable and heat-and-stain-resistant with a matte grey look. Oven, microwave and dishwasher safe.

Ø 15 cm
H 2 cm

1616 / arita japan

Teruhiro Yanagihara

Arita, Japan


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