Maru Fuka Plate Flower A | Rei Matsuzaki
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A g raceful flower pattern
A graceful flower pattern drawn with inspiration from British fabrics and Japan ese kimono.You can feel the taste of a shadow picture, and just looking at it will make you feel at ease.
A nice expression with traces of handicrafts
After applying the mud, the flower pattern is shaved and drawn while being squeezed with a special needle, resulting in a unique and gentle texture. The flower-patterned areas are a little grainy and you can feel the warmth of handicrafts.
It uses the glaze formulation method that I learned when I was studying in England, so it's a wonderful color that I can't say anything about.The light gray flower pattern goes well with the slightly dull and elegant white.
For an elegant dining table
It has a moderate thickness, so it has a strong presence and is gorgeous just by placing it on the table.It complements the dishes such as simmered dishes, fried dishes, and salads. It is also recommended for one-plate dishes such as curry, pasta, and omelet rice.
Because each item is handmade, there are individual differences such as color, shape, size , weight, uneven glaze, glaze pool, and subtle differences in patterns and patterns. In addition, there are some cases where glaze is applied differently, 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 contact us before shipping and we will email you the photo.
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Diameter: Approximately 18-18.5 cm
|Rei Matsuzaki MATSUZAKI Urara|
|Year 1999||Graduated from Nihon University College of Art, Department of Fine Arts, Industrial Design Course|
|Year 1999||Traveled to England to study glass and ceramics for a year at Buckinghamshire University|
|2000||Training at Yumi Ceramics Factory in Mashiko|
|2005||Graduated from Tochigi Prefectural Ceramics Support Center Graduate School|
|year 2006|| Independence in Mashiko Town
Launched tete + gallery, a pottery and living miscellaneous goods store next to the atelier
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|Recommended care methods and precautions from Rei Matsuzaki|
〇Before using for the first time, it is recommended to soak it in soup or water to prevent it from getting dirty.
〇 After washing, please dry it thoroughly before storing it.
|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!
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