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.
Made in Japan