Arita Ware Hand Painted Square Bowl
These plates are beautifully decorated reflecting the high-quality craftsmanship handed down for generations within Arita Porcelain long history. The unique combination of red and blue is a common color combination for Arita ware. The irregular square shape makes the plate more special, but it is practical in everyday life.
The uniquely square shaped plates can be a perfect part of a chic and modern table setting. They can be used as individual plates for serving a large salad or appetizers. It would be the perfect size for some sushi or tofu. White desserts such as a slice of classic cheesecake or panna cotta would be an excellent match for these decorative plates.
Arita porcelain is the name for Japanese porcelain wares made in the town of Arita. Arita Porcelain roots date back to 1616 when Sanpei Lee discovered porcelain stones in the Arita region and began production of the first Arita porcelain pieces. They were exported to Europe extensively between the second half of the 17th century and the first half of the 18th century. The craftsmanship, production, drawing techniques, and unique designs with 400 years of history, continues to make Arita porcelain number one in Japan.
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