High rim Plate 22cm / Crazed Grey Glaze

$20.00
The raised rim helps to prevent spills and splatters, making this plate ideal for serving dishes with sauces, stews, or curries. It's also versatile enough for pasta, rice, or main courses.

22cm diameter
4.5cm height

Made in Gifu, Japan.
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SKU
C1915
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  • Description

    Add a touch of rustic charm to your table with this unique high-rim plate. Crafted from porcelain in Gifu Prefecture, Japan, this plate features a captivating design that combines a white base with a crazed grey pattern and a contrasting brown rustic exterior.

    Crafted with Character:

    The crazing pattern, a web of fine cracks in the glaze, is a unique characteristic that develops during the firing process. It adds a touch of wabi-sabi charm, celebrating the beauty of imperfection.

    High Rim for Mess-Free Meals:

    The raised rim (22cm diameter) helps to prevent spills and splatters, making this plate ideal for serving dishes with sauces, stews, or curries. It's also versatile enough for pasta, rice, or main courses.

    Durable and Functional:

    Despite the crazing, this high-quality porcelain plate is built to last. The smooth, glazed surface is easy to clean and dishwasher safe for added convenience.

    The Crazed Grey design has an intricate pattern of linework over a simple matte white background. ICHI kilns signature 'Earth' glaze features on the exterior.

    The Ichi kiln has over 70 skilled craftspeople. They work with a large variety of glazes and use a unique hand-finishing technique to create tableware with an individual touch. We are proud to have been working in partnership with the Ichi kiln for over 30 years. 

    Slight irregularities in size, glaze and texture reflect the artisan nature of the product and are embraced.

    General information & care instructions

    Our tableware is food safe and can, with some care, be used in the oven, microwave and dishwasher. Sudden changes in temperature (eg. from freezer to oven) are likely to cause thermal shock, which will damage your item. Always place very hot items onto either wood or cloth.

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