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W210 / D150 / H21
W148 / D127 / H20
Country of manufacture
Material / Component
White pottery (white clay) / white glaze / oxidized
Green pottery (white clay) / Oribe glaze / oxidized
Blue pottery (white clay) / Ruri glaze / reduction
・ Some size errors may occur depending on the color.
・ Due to the degree of firing and the nature of the glaze, individual differences may occur in color unevenness.
-Due to the nature of the Oribe glaze of this product, some parts of the surface may have an oil film-like part or become glossy in response to the ingredients of the ingredients, but there is no problem in use. It will become less noticeable after repeated use.
Details from manufacturer
Studio M is an original brand of home-use tableware. We are developing tableware and tools that are designed to be used at home. If you review the tableware you use every day, you will find that Studio M's tableware will enrich your life so that your meal will be a little tastier, more enjoyable, and you will want to try something different than usual.
A quince type that is considered to be one of the family crests and patterns. Planned from the desire to change the plate from a supporting role to a leading role. It's fun to incorporate the distinctive shapes into your usual dining table. The table, which was mainly a round or square bowl, is very gorgeous. Not only for daily use, but also for hospitality seats, you can serve dishes elegantly. lien is a bond in French. Imagine a table where you can deepen your bond by having a meal together.
Dishwasher and Oven CANNOT be used
Because of the nature of pottery, color, size, weight, etc. of product may slight differ from the referential information.
Please note that each item is handcrafted so the appearance of the pattern may slightly differ from the image. Pictures are only for reference.
Due to the characteristics of glaze, there are individual differences in light and shade and color unevenness, so please be aware in advance.
There may be scratches that are inevitable in production.