Cutlery Rest set/ Lucky motif / Nousaku
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|notes||oven, freezer, microwave, dishwasher cannot be used.|
|remarks||Wash with soft cloth or sponge with neutral detergent after use. When the gloss has become dull, please polish the products using a commercially-available metal polish, toothpaste or baking soda. Please do not apply to the direct flame because of the low melting point of tin. Please do not put in the freezer to reduce the risk of tin pest (that tin becomes brittle by the cold).|
|Short Description||【Cutlery Rest set/ Lucky motif】This is a set of 5 cutlery rests. In Japanese, lucky motifs are called Kissho-mon. 5 different notifs are Ume (Japanese plum), Nanten (Nandina), Hyoutan (Gourd), Kikko(Turtoise's shell), and Seigaiha (Wave). There is a introduction of each meanings in the box. May the Kissho-mon bring you happiness.|
Nousaku is a top brand of metalworking in Toyama city. They continue to produce artistic products with bendable tin. The items are not only traditional crafts, but also artwork. Designers around the world are fascinated by their design and detailed work.
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