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Blossom small plate by Maiko Okuno

Meticulous hand craftsmanship for dignified appeal stands out on this simple piece. Even though all these details are made by hand work, each piece has well-proportioned form that fade it from your mind. 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. This design can be used for a long time that never go out of style. Available 2 colours.

 

Measurements: approx. Φ11.3x1.8(h)cm

Base materials: Japanese cherry birch

 

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Blossom small plate by Maiko Okuno

S$58.00

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

Flat vermillion plate "Memory" by Sayo Kuroki

Small graceful "Harigaki" designs on this bright but subtle vermillion gives it a sophisticated femininity. Most of the pieces by Sayo Kuroki features black/rough-based surface, but vermillion matte base is also special and fresh feel. Featuring small flowers on the sides coloured silver by tin powder naturally blend with this subtle vermillion. Not standing out too much but absolutely spices up in your space. This base material Japanese horse chestnut is amazingly light in your hand. Available in 2 different designs.

 

Measurements: approx. Φ16.4x2(h)cm

Base materials: Japanese horse chestnut

 

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Flat vermillion plate "Memory"

S$80.00

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

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Small plate set "Chabana" by Sayo Kuroki

Small "Harigaki" designs on the black surface complete the dignified elegance of this piece. This design is inspired by "Chabana" which is the flower arrangement for Japanese tea ceremony. The concept is the attitude of seeking beauty in simplicity and imperfection. By applying powdered charcoal on the surface before the top coat, unique rough texture is created. The contrast between delicacy and roughness is distinctive style of this artist Sayo Kuroki. This is a set of 2 different sizes of small plate. You can use them individually or stacked in pairs to enjoy playing the combination of these small designs. Comes with a gift box. 

 

Measurements: approx. Large Φ12x1.8cm/ Small Φ9x1.8cm

Base materials: Japanese zelkova 

Small plate set "Memory"
S$170.00

S$127.50

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

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Small plate set "Memory" by Sayo Kuroki

Small "Harigaki" designs on the black surface complete the dignified elegance of this piece. By applying powdered charcoal on the surface before the top coat, unique rough texture is created. The contrast between delicacy and roughness is distinctive style of this artist Sayo Kuroki. This is a set of 2 different sizes of small plate. You can use them individually or stacked in pairs to enjoy playing the combination of these small designs. These small pieces nicely spice the space up. Comes with a gift box. Perfect choice for those who are looking for unusual gift. 

 

Measurements: approx. Large Φ12x1.8cm/ Small Φ9x1.8cm

Base materials: Japanese zelkova 

Small plate set "Memory"
S$170.00

S$127.50

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

Compote stand by Maiko Okuno

The sophisticated handle, stylish rim and the feminine figure, each detail carries on the sense of refined elegance. Creating this elaborate shape out of a block of wood requires a lot of precision and skillful technique. She pays close attention to adjusting the thickness of the edge to make a shape of flower. This compote stand that features all these details will definitely create warm space with a modern twist. It takes 6-7 months to complete this item because she takes care of all the process starting from raw wood. Suitable for dessert such as ice cream, cut fruits or can be used as a snack vessel. 

 

Measurements: approx. Φ12x7.3cm

Base materials:  Japanese cherry birch

marron dome box

S$84.00

  • 0.08 kg
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Square mini plate "wildflower" by Sayo Kuroki

This square plate is used a technique called "Kanshitsu" which was originally used to produce Buddhist images brought from China in the 7th century in Japan. This method is quite a laborious. First, layers of Japanese "washi" paper soaked in the special glue paste called "Nori-urushi" are applied over the mold, each layer being left to dry before the next layer is added. This procedure is repeated 5-6 times, the mold is then removed. After applying a few time layers of lacquer and scatter tin powder all over, then this fine spidery design is added by "Harigaki" technique. After another layer of lacquer is applied, by polishing the surface, this beautiful luster with antique finish can be shown.  

Available in 2 different designs.

 

Measurements: approx. 7x7x1.3(h)cm

Base materials: Japanese "washi" paper

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Square plate "Wildflower"

S$60.00

  • 0.01 kg
  • Sold Out