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Blossom coffee bowl by Maiko Okuno

This coffee bowl (is known as Petit dejeuner bol in French) has calming and an excellent sense of presence coincide in harmony. This piece that you'll feel temptation of looking forever, at the same time motivates you to play around in various ways as you like. The rim part shaping bloom is a time-consuming manual process that requires extra attention. Maiko made this hoping it will make people happy and cheery when they pick up. Versatile for soup, tea, matcha green tea etc. 

 

Measurements: approx. Φ9x7.2(h)cm

Base materials: Japanese cherry birch

Blossom coffee bowl by Maiko Okuno

S$86.00

  • 0.09 kg
  • Available
  • Delivery time:2-4 working days

Millennium cup

You could admire this full-figured warm cup that fits comfortably in your hand. Each cup is individually crafted by a certified traditional craftsman in Yamanaka, Ishikawa prefecture. In order to preserve the wooden feature and to maximize the beauty of the wood grain, this cup is applied "nano glass coating" which enables dishwasher safe. This coating has cleared Food Safety Basic Act in Japan, eco-friendly and NO environmental hormones. Because of its durability and water proof, it's pretty easy to care and recommended for daily use. By nurturing with regular usage, it will gradually have depth to its colour.  

 

Measurements: approx. Φ8.5 (opening Φ6.7) x9cm

Base materials: Japanese zelkova

Millenium cup

S$70.00

  • 0.12 kg
  • Available
  • Delivery time:2-4 working days

Paired wine cup

This pair of wine cup is used the method called "Suri-urushi" of applying lacquer and then wiping off repeatedly many times over. These procedures make the wood grain to be visible. A glimpse of gilded inside brightens up your table. 

 

Measurements: approx. Φ6.0x16.5cm

Base materials: Japanese zelkova

Paired wine cup

S$330.00

  • 0.26 kg
  • Available
  • Delivery time:2-4 working days

Cup "memory" by Sayo Kuroki

This cup with a subtle beauty is used one of Makie technique called "Hari-gaki". This technique itself has been handed down since the 1500s in Japan. This is made by sprinkling metal powder on a black lacquered surface and then scratch with a special needle before drying the lacquered surface. The design is drawn freehand and the pen needs to be driven vigorously all at once before drying out the surface because it cannot be redone. The contrast between black and silver brings out a modern image. Absolutely one of a kind masterpiece. 3 different designs are drawn on each cup. 

 

Measurements: approx. Φ8.5x7cm

Base materials: Japanese cherry birch

cup "memory"

S$180.00

  • 0.11 kg
  • Available
  • Delivery time:2-4 working days