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Kiso Wooden Tray

Kiso Wooden Tray

Regular price $70.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $70.00 USD
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The Kiso Wooden Tray

The Kiso wooden tray is the ideal for serving, decoration and place setting. The Kiso wooden tray has a rosewood finish and is handcrafted in Gifu, Japan. Wood sourced from  the Kiso valley forest in Japan.

The Kiso forest is famous for the quality of its lumber. During the Edo period, the ruling samurai class put so much value on the wood that common people were prohibited from cutting the five trees of the Kiso river valley.

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: 

11.8" L x 7.1" W x 0.8" H

 

Composition

Handmade Japanese Ceramic

Shipping & Returns

Complimentary delivery within the Contiguous United States of orders $35, or more.

Returns or exchanges of unused merchandise in all original packaging accepted within 30 days of receipt. Please see the full return policy here.

Care Instructions

Care Instructions

Do not place in washing machine. Hand wash only.

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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

  • Complimentary Delivery

    Orders placed with Clementine Threads that exceed $35 USD are delivered by ground service as a compliment to those addresses within the Contiguous United States.

  • Exchange and Return Opportunity

    We understand that on occasion minds are changed. Therefore, we extend the opportunity of returning or exchanging your purchase within thirty days of the date it was delivered. Our return and exchange policy may be reviewed in full here.