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Porto Miroku Plate

Porto Miroku Plate

Regular price $53.00 USD
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The Porto Miroku round plate:

The Porto Miroku round plate Is perfect for dinner setting a sophisticated table. The shape of the Porto Miroku plate is asymmetrical yet perfectly round. How? Well, the Porto Miroku plate has a naturally shallow texture, combined with a contemporary matte glaze and an offset rim that follows an irregular form around the perimeter or edge. This element beautifully frames the dish, does not jump for attention, yet creates an inquisitive moment for its user. Hand-made in Gifu, Japan.

The Way Of The Wabi.. 

An aspect of Japanese ceramics is the beauty of asymmetry and imperfection. Cracks and flaws are a product of nature and time beyond the will of the human being. In 16th century Japan, the celebrated Japanese tea masters valued the beauty found in imperfect and irregular objects often in their most austere natural state. This led to the unassuming aesthetic ideals of Wabi-cha: simplicity, purity, restraint, and humility.

Dimensions:

9.4" DIA x 1.1" H

Composition

Handmade Japanese Ceramic

Shipping & Returns

Free express shipping & delivery on all U.S orders.

40-Days hassle free returns & exchanges.

Care Instructions

Care Instructions

Do not place in washing machine. Hand wash only.

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Kurieto x Clementine Threads

About Kurieto:

Kurieto has been fortunate and privileged to forge strong relationships with artisans across Japan, working with ceramic and glass. From city to city, region to region, the tools and techniques vary, producing pieces unique to individual artisans and families.

Why we chose Kurieto as a partner:

An aspect of Japanese ceramics is the beauty of asymmetry and imperfection. Cracks and flaws are a product of nature and time beyond the will of the human being. In 16th century Japan, the celebrated Japanese tea masters valued the beauty found in imperfect and irregular objects often in their most austere natural state. This led to the unassuming aesthetic ideals of wabi-cha: simplicity, purity, restraint, and humility.

"Beauty naturally appears in works unconsciously created" - SOETSU YANAGI

  • Free Shipping & Delivery

    All Orders within the U.S Recieve complementary express shipping !

  • Hassle-Free Returns & Exchanges

    Your order was not as you expected? No worries ! Contact us at info@clementinethreads.com within 40-days of your purchase & ou team will help guide you through the process.