Soup bowl made by potter's wheel Mizumezakura Black wipe lacquer

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Soup bowl made by potter's wheel Mizumezakura Black wipe lacquer

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A soup bowl from "Rokurosha", run by Mr. Sakai, a woodturner in Sabae City, Fukui Prefecture. At PINT, we made and introduced a soup bowl with a low base. The soup bowl has a low height and literally has few signs, depending on the current tableware that is used with Western tableware, and the shape of the current house with dining tables and sofas from floor life. I was making (Soup bowl made from zelkova wood made on a potter's wheel https://jp.pinkoi.com/product/YXjQ27x5 ) There are many traditional soup bowls with a high base, but one of the reasons why I haven't dealt with them so far is because I couldn't find the one that was right for me. At first glance, this soup bowl was a dish that made me want to use it even if it had a high base. It has a sharp outline with straight lines, a beautiful balance, and a sense of stability. At first glance, it gives the impression of being stiff, but it has a smaller diameter and is taller than a typical soup bowl. In addition, the cherry tree has a light grain, so even if it is wiped with lacquer, the feeling of wood is not too strong, and it blends well with other vessels. The shape and material soften the Japanese atmosphere of the sturdy soup bowl, and it has a nice appearance. The higher the base, the more stable it is and the easier it is to hold. Holding a bowl in one's hand is a unique Japanese way of eating and eating, but the soup bowl has been made to fit in with today's lifestyle. When you use it, it fits well in your hand, and when you line it up with other tableware, the dining table looks tight. The painting is also finished in the same production area. There are two colors, black lacquer and unrefined lacquer. There are two types of shapes: soup bowl and rice bowl. The short and wide bowl is the rice bowl. [Material] Mizumezakura (domestic material) [Finishing] Wiping lacquer (black lacquer) [Size] φ10.4×7.5cm [Exterior] With special box 【Care】 ・Avoid using a hard brush. The lacquer may peel off. ・Please avoid soaking in water for a long time. ・Detergent can be used without problems. It's okay to wash with a soft brush or wash with a sponge. ・Avoid using a microwave oven or tableware dryer. [About individual differences] Since both the bowl itself and the lacquer are natural materials, there are individual differences in grain and color shade. Please understand that it is not exactly as shown in the photo. Also, if you purchase more than one, we will choose the closest color as possible, but the color may differ depending on the stock status. If the color is significantly different, we will contact you before shipping.

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Wood
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Handmade
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It has a sharp outline with straight lines, a beautiful balance, and a sense of stability. In addition, the cherry tree has a light grain, so even if it is wiped with lacquer, the feeling of wood is not too strong, and it blends well with other vessels.

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