This service of enamelled traditional porcelains from Arita, Japan, uses the colour palette of the New-Zealand contemporary artist Shigeyuki Kihara (especially in the Black Sunday MET New York – 2008 category). The Kihara collection is made in Japan according to ancestral methods and a meticulous know-how handed down through generations in one of the oldest porcelain workshop of Arita which celebrates today 400 years of creation. Pieces of this collection can present various shapes, dimensions, tints or textures, sign of its traditional manufacturing. The declination of sizes and colours, which 4 are studied for the House (teal blue, silver, lilac and raspberry), brings graphics and authenticity to your table.
Dishwasher cleaning possible.