[Set of 4] [Exclusive box] Square Bowl x 4 / 1616 arita japan
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|remarks||【Set contents】4 items: TY Square plate (×4) [150 (×1) / 184 (×1) / 220 (×1) / 255 (×1)]_x000d_ All the products are handmade by traditional craftsmen. Please enjoy different individualities of each product.|
|Short Description||【[Set of 4] Square Bowl x 4】This is a set of Square Bowl ×4 from 1616/arita japan. It includes “150, 184, 220, 255.” Traditional crafts meet modern design. TY "Standard" series is a fusion of a designer Teruhiro Yanagihara and traditional craftsmen of Arita porcelain. Pile different sizes of bowl to make a stylish table setting like café. Simple and multiple-use bowl make your life richer.|
The product of 1616 / arita japan is said that it is "too beautiful porcelain". It is a domestic brand that has attracted attention in Milan Salone. History of porcelain, which continued from 1616.How about you try using the traditional crafts at the table?
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