Pottery Diameter 25 cm Height 4.6 cm It is a large plate with a hill where the traditional pattern of Oribe is drawn with a valve pattern (brown black pigment) in the center and Oribe glaze is poured from both sides. The design is not my original, but the Oribe pattern, and I am surprised that such a modern and unique design was devised from the Muromachi period to the Edo period. However, the pattern of the picture is slightly colored, such as adding vermilion or yellow. The bowl is thick and has a heavy weight. It's a platter that feels more profound than it looks and is easy to use. Oribe ware has a beautiful green color with shades from yellowish green to blue-green, and we repeated trial production until we could get this color that we liked. * Because it is a pottery (earthenware), there are pinholes (glaze holes), glaze peeling, and rough skin that are not problematic to use, but these are also characteristics of "earthenware" and the appeal of "earthenware". I hope you can think of it as a product of taste.