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01 木瓜/Mokkou Ring - Black
SERIES_01 Porcelain Imari ware - Saga Prefecture

This porcelain collection created in Hatamantoen, a pottery studio in Saga prefecture that specializes in Imari ware known for its intricate hand-painted designs. The collection design is a modern and elegant interpretation of more traditional plate edges.
MATERIAL
Porcelain
SIZE
w24 h25 d8 〈unit : mm〉
FREE SIZE : φ17-17.5
5g

Please note that porcelain colors and size could vary slightly from one unit to another unit due to slight individual differences, especially for hand painted items.
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      The order products will be send out within 5 days
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      The order products will be send out within 90 days

STORY

  • SERIES_01 Porcelain Imari ware - Saga Prefecture

    Maker : 畑萬陶苑 / Hatamantoen
    The Imari ware porcelain tradition, located in the Okawauchiyama region of Imari, and dates back over 300 years. Under the patronage of the Nabeshima clan, the pottery made here was used to create gifts and the finest offerings for the shogunate and, to this day, this area continues to create the highest grade porcelain. The Hatamantoen studio, founded in 1926, is constantly striving for new innovation and creation of new styles of Imari ware while preserving traditions of the past.

    -scape | Imari
    To see the cradle of creation that gives birth to Imari ware, visit our photo gallery at https://hin-design.com/en/collection/collection.html , to better understand how HiN captures the sprit of Imari craftsmanship.

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