KATA KATA Small Ceramic Bird Plate
Kata Kata creates beautiful textiles using Japanese traditional method called katazome which uses special pigments and stencils. Inbante is one of the traditional methods used in pottery which is like a transfer printing, patterns printed on washi paper transferred onto ceramic ware. Because of the method of printing and how this is made all by hand, there may be some imperfection seen on each item such as unevenness of colour/tones, blur, etc. These tiny ceramic plates (mamezara) can be used for spices, cutlery rests or as jewelry dish etc.
Measurements: Approx. 10.8 x 8 x 1.3cm
Material: Ceramic (Porcelain)
Made in Japan