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Plates

  • Blue and White Stripe Stoneware Plate
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    From start to finish, each piece from Dina's pottery collection only passes through one pair of hands. A one woman operation, Dina throws and glazes each piece in her studio in Portland, Oregon. We were immediately drawn to the unique quality of her work. We're proud to offer them as part of our Kuma tableware selections.

    This is a demo store. You can purchase products like this from Kiriko.

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  • Mame Fish Plate
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    Amabro

    Mame Fish Plate

    $20.00

    Mame or mamesara roughly translates from Japanese as "small plate." With a unique shape, traditional Japanese patterns, and gold foil overlays, these plates add a delightful accent to a dinner table. The Mame plates can be used for side dishes, or on a living room or bedroom side table to hold valuables or coins. Made by amabro, a company that merges old with new by using traditional Japanese production techniques and modern design.

    This is a demo store. You can purchase products like this from Kiriko.

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  • Mame Peach Momo Plate
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    Amabro

    Mame Peach Momo Plate

    $20.00

    Mame or mamesara roughly translates from Japanese as "small plate." With a unique shape, traditional Japanese patterns, and gold foil overlays, these plates add a delightful accent to a dinner table. The Mame plates can be used for side dishes, or on a living room or bedroom side table to hold valuables or coins. Made by amabro, a company that merges old with new by using traditional Japanese production techniques and modern design.

    This is a demo store. You can purchase products like this from Kiriko.

    Visit product page
  • Mame Red Circles Plate
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    Amabro

    Mame Red Circles Plate

    $20.00

    Mame or mamesara roughly translates from Japanese as "small plate." With a unique shape, traditional Japanese patterns, and gold foil overlays, these plates add a delightful accent to a dinner table. The Mame plates can be used for side dishes, or on a living room or bedroom side table to hold valuables or coins. Made by amabro, a company that merges old with new by using traditional Japanese production techniques and modern design.

    This is a demo store. You can purchase products like this from Kiriko.

    Visit product page
  • Mame Sparrow Plate
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    Amabro

    Mame Sparrow Plate

    $20.00

    Mame or mamesara roughly translates from Japanese as "small plate." With a unique shape, traditional Japanese patterns, and gold foil overlays, these plates add a delightful accent to a dinner table. The Mame plates can be used for side dishes, or on a living room or bedroom side table to hold valuables or coins. Made by amabro, a company that merges old with new by using traditional Japanese production techniques and modern design.

    This is a demo store. You can purchase products like this from Kiriko.

    Visit product page
  • Mashiko-Yaki Large Square Plate
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    Mashiko-Yaki

    Mashiko-Yaki Large Square Plate

    $18.00

    Handmade hand-painted pottery from the town of Mashiko. Using local clay that is special to the area, the artisans still practice the same century old techniques to create their wares. As a result, each piece has slight variances in color and texture that make it truly unique.

    This is a demo store. You can purchase products like this from Kiriko.

    Visit product page
  • Mashiko-Yaki Small Square Plate
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    Mashiko-Yaki

    Mashiko-Yaki Small Square Plate

    $18.00

    Handmade hand-painted pottery from the town of Mashiko. Using local clay that is special to the area, the artisans still practice the same century old techniques to create their wares. As a result, each piece has slight variances in color and texture that make it truly unique.

    This is a demo store. You can purchase products like this from Kiriko.

    Visit product page
  • Stoneware Plate
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    Dina

    Stoneware Plate

    $40.00

    From start to finish, each piece from Dina's pottery collection only passes through one pair of hands. A one woman operation, Dina throws and glazes each piece in her studio in Portland, Oregon. We were immediately drawn to the unique quality of her work. We're proud to offer them as part of our Kuma tableware selections.

    This is a demo store. You can purchase products like this from Kiriko.

    Visit product page