Plate made by Masakazu Yoshida, a Japanese ceramist living and working in the city of Ashiya between Osaka and Kobe.
This Rinka (flowers) plate uses a traditional motif in Japanese culture with the flowers that are often found in Japanese tableware. Rinka is the chrysanthemum, which is noble.
His philosophy in the creation of pottery is for him a profession with pleasure and creativity. Masakazu creates works that are simple, elegant, beautiful and for use in daily life.
MATERIALS : Sandstone
TECHNIQUE : Stamping and turning
ENAMEL : Matt beige
COLOUR : Beige
DIMENSIONS : Ø 19.5c m, height about 3cm
USES AND MAINTENANCE:
In general, it is better to rinse quickly after use.
NOTE: Like any handcrafted product, these pieces may have slight variations in shape, color and thickness. The crackle present on the cup may stain over time. Imperfections such as surface cracks and different roughness of the material are part of the nature of the technique and the uniqueness of the pieces.