Long-angle plate, candy glaze x straw white glaze x green glaze | Enokida Satoshi Enokida kiln
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The unique taste of handicrafts
An enokida kiln container made using Mashiko soil and traditional glaze. Since each piece is made by hand, you can see the natural fluctuations and deflections in the shape, which gives you a sense of depth and depth that cannot be expressed by mass-produced products.
We use a technique called "splitting" in which two or more different types of glaze are hung separately.The traditional glaze of Mashiko ware, candy glaze, straw white glaze, and green glaze are in perfect harmony, which makes the table that tends to be monotonous colorful.
Feel the warmth of the soil
It has a moderate weight and thickness, and has a smooth and smooth texture as a whole. You can feel the warmth of the earth with some roughness.
A long plate that makes a good accent on the table
Grilled fish, serving sashimi, thick roasted egg, cheese & ham, caprese of tomato and mozzarella, hors d'oeuvre and sweets, assorted desserts, etc. It is a container that changes various dishes and situations.
Because each item is handmade, there are individual differences such as color, shape, size , weight, glaze unevenness / glaze accumulation, and glaze shrinkage. In addition, there are some cases where glaze is applied differently, scratches, pinholes, and iron powder (black spots) are seen, but there is no problem in using it.Please enjoy it as a unique expression unique to handmade products. You cannot choose which item you will receive, but we hope you will look forward to it until you receive it.If you are interested, please feel free to contact us as we will email you a photo separately if you contact us before shipping.
◆◆ List of containers by Satoshi Enokida ◆◆
Vertical width: Approximately 10.3-11 cm
Microwave oven: Possible (warm degree)
|Satoshi Enokida (Enokida-gama) ENOKIDA Tomo (Enokida-gama)|
|1979 year||Born in Osaka|
Graduated from Tochigi Prefectural Ceramics Technical Support Center Training Course
Making pottery at Enokida kiln
|2015 year||Tochigi Prefectural Art Exhibition Category Encouragement Award|
|2016||Tochigi Prefectural Art Exhibition Category Encouragement Award|
|2018||Tochigi Prefectural Art Exhibition Category Encouragement Award|
|2020||Japan Folk Crafts Museum Semi-Selected|
Mr. Satoshi Enokida (Enokida Kiln) Visiting the workshop Here
|Understanding about "container"|
〇Since each item is handmade, there will be individual differences in color, shape, pattern, size, thickness, weight, etc. Also, even with the same glaze and soil, color unevenness and shades will appear.
〇Since the paintings are also hand-painted one by one, the facial expressions may differ.
〇 Depending on the product, small holes, small black spots, line scratches, protrusions, pinholes, rattling, and distortion may be seen depending on the manufacturing process.
〇 The image of the product is processed so that the color is as close to the real thing as possible, but the color and texture may look different depending on the display screen of your computer or smartphone.
〇 At our shop, we not only inspect the manufacturers, kilns, and writers, but also deliver the ones that have cleared the final inspection at our shop.
〇 As the product photos are taken as samples, the details of the delivered products may not be the same.
〇 We do not accept returns or exchanges due to customer's convenience. Please purchase after understanding and understanding.
〇 We hope that you will enjoy it as a "taste" and "interesting" unique to handmade products that are not found in mass-produced products at factories!
|Recommended care method from Enokida kiln|
〇Before using for the first time, soak in rice and soup for about 10 to 30 minutes. (Sealing)
〇 After use, wash well and dry thoroughly so that saltiness does not remain.
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