Small plate made by Kihara, originally from southern Japan on the island of Kyushu. Patterns like chrysanthemums are very present in traditional Japanese dishes. These small, hand-painted pieces called mamezara , or “bean plates,” are traditionally used for finger food, but can also be used as bowls to hold various jewelry, coins, or stationery.
MATERIALS : Porcelain
ENAMEL : Brilliant
COLOUR : White and blue
DIMENSIONS : Ø 11c m, height about 2cm
USES AND MAINTENANCE:
Made in Japan
NOTE: Like any handcrafted product, these pieces may have slight variations in shape, color and thickness.