Designed and made in Kyoto (Japan).
Hand-painted bread plates (⌀15.5 cm / 6.1 in) in perfectly white clay, featuring the painting of a crescent moon on the edge, designed by Kyoto-based artist SHOWKO.
Use your table as a frame to these hand-made plates. A very Japanese feel, with a unique universal twist of beauty and elegance.
Instructions for use
On a Japanese table, a bread plate would often be considered a dessert plate, or a separate torizara for smaller portions (also called "kozara" - see our article about Japanese tableware).
On a Western table, similar plates might be suited for bread and butter, or for dessert.
The following images feature this product in sets that include 2 Bread Plates, 2 Luncheon Plates, and Moon Cups (all separately available on KiGinKin. Please contact us to receive a quote on sets.)