Vividness typical of Nishijin textile
This square dish has a bright red temari (decorative ball) pattern with abundant gold and silver threads woven into it.
Temari used to be a playthings for girls, and are often used on furisode (long-sleeved kimono) and Shichi-Go-San kimono as a design to wish for a good marriage or happiness.
The beautiful textile is sandwiched between glass and EVA resin, and the back of this highly functional dish is coated with a non-slip and shatterproof finish.
It has a strong presence as a decorative plate, and is also very useful for serving a variety of dishes.
The 13cm size can be used as a side dish or a pastry plate, while the 22cm size is perfect for a main dish.
How about this as a gorgeous gem for the Hina Matsuri (Girls' Festival) and other celebrations?
|Country of origin
|Kyo-Yuzen Dyeing・Nishijin textile
|Glass, Silk, Polyester
|5.12 IN. : W5.12 * D5.12 * H0.39 in.
8.66 IN. : W8.46 * D8.46 * H0.79 in. (13cmサイズ：W13 * D13 * H1
22cmサイズ：W21.5 * D21.5 * H2cm)
|5.12 IN. : 0.29 lbs(130g)
8.66 IN. : 0.75 lbs(340g)
|Microwave x, Oven x, Dishwasher x
|Do not store in direct sunlight.
Do not apply adhesive tape to the surface.
Do not leave the product immersed in water after use.
Wash by hand and wipe with a soft cloth.
|1-2 weeks (if out of stock + 1-2 weeks)
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