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Chrysanthemum Palace Plate – 110


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This Chrysanthemum Plate was made by 1616 Arita. A special agent added to the clay gives the characteristics of this style a light grey, matte tone. Inspired by the chrysanthemum flower, the plate's design features petals around the rim, making it a lovely piece for serving food or holding your special items.


Following the tradition of Arita pottery, Teruhiro Yanagihara developed a new series of ceramics using the traditional technique of clay made of crushed stone, though in a different composition. The result is a high-density kind of clay that makes the pottery items extremely strong and heat and stain-resistant, even without glaze.


11.0 × H2.0cm

Made in Japan


Arita, Japan

Arita is a town located in Nishimatsuura District, Saga Prefecture, Japan. It is known for producing Arita porcelain, one of the traditional handicrafts of Japan. It also holds the largest ceramic fair in Western Japan, the Arita Ceramic Fair.

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