Egg Shell Tumbler / M
Among the dishes for export made from the Edo period to the Meiji period was porcelain called "Rankakude". Rankakude, whose technology has been discontinued once, has been reborn as an "eggshell series" by Yamahei Kiln. The base of the base of about 1mm in thickness has the translucency peculiar to porcelain, and it is mistaken for a lighting fixture. It became a simple shape from the desire of the kiln that i want you to feel the "white" of Arita ware. The image of "cocoon" is given to the surface. It is the product that I want you to feel the softness and the goodness of the mouth when I got it.
※Precautions for use
・This product is a product that stuck to the thinness made by an original manufacturing method by handiwork.
・Therefore, there is a slight variation in the design and size.
・Because it is a product that is particular about thinness, there is a possibility of burning if I put a hot thing. Please avoid using hot things.
・If there are scratches or cracks, discontinue use. Do not add strong force. This may cause damage.
・Please be careful not to get hurt after handling it carefully when cleaning and using.
・Please use a neutral detergent when cleaning.
・Do not use metal tawasi, abrasive tawasi, cleanser, etc. because it may cause scratches. Do not use the dishwasher. We recommend hand washing.
|Place of origin||Saga, Japan|
|Dimensions||W2.6 X D2.6 X H4.8 in|