It is a ceramic cutlery rest. I think that those painted with one point one point, dyeing technique are rare. It has a simple shape, but the distortion and vermilion tint unique to handmade give the table a look. I made it with an awareness of the ease of use and the design that can be used regardless of Japanese or Western ethnicity. As a knife and fork rest, of course, it is also recommended to put a spoon and chopsticks and lotus. It is a sale in a set of two. We will send you a complete collection of shapes and colors. ・ Contents: 2 -Pattern: Kuratsunagi pattern -Material: pottery · Size: about 12 × 12 × 105 mm There are three types of patterns, so please check out the other pages. ■ About delivery time Please contact us if you are in a hurry, as you may be absent from the event. ■ Notes on purchase 1. Range ○ Dishwasher ○ Steamed food ○ Frozen storage ○ Oven × Open flame × Be careful of rapid heating and quenching because they are weak to sudden temperature changes. 2. Please wash and dry immediately after use. It causes mold. 3. Some of the surface may look like cracks. This is called "crust" and occurs during firing due to the difference in shrinkage between glaze and soil. It is easy to infiltrate the colors such as tea and soup into the penetration, and the pattern changed by the year has been loved by the tea people as a "scenery" of the pottery from old times. If you are concerned, you can get closer to the original by using tableware bleach etc. 4. Rinse with water each time before use to make it difficult for stains and odors to penetrate. 5. There is a rare color that is slightly reddish or pinkish, but this is called Ohon (Gohon), and the iron in the soil is colored red during firing. It is highly incidental, and it is an interesting reaction that differs in the way of appearance even when fired under the same conditions. Of course, there is no problem in use. Kiki Kiku's story is produced assuming a casual everyday use. Although all items are carefully inspected, in rare cases, catatsuki, rough edges, distortion, pinholes (air holes), and smearing of paint are observed. In addition, the difference in the painting by brushing, the difference in the form by the circle, and the presence of the book by the roar also differ one by one. We hope that you enjoy it as a feature of ceramic making that is not found in industrial products including them.