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CHOJUGIGA 15cm Plate


This plate is the perfect serving plate for a la carte dishes.


Price¥ 1,300
Size

φ14.5×H2cm

Material

Porcelain

Maker

Jyuzan Ceramic Company

Area

Hasami



Additional Information

The copperplate transfer printing technique used can result in slips and gaps that create subtle variations.
The brown rust paint wrapped around the edge will vary from piece to piece.
We use a half matte glaze that that allows paint to easily bleed. Depending on conditions and environment, the amount of bleed varies from piece to piece.
Abrupt temperature changes may cause the item to crack. Please make sure the item is at room temperature when heating in the microwave. Do not soak in cold water.
Partial changes in temperature can cause the item to crack. Be careful not to expose only one part of the item to heat.
Technique: Semi-Matte Glaze, Yusu Ash Glaze, Underglaze Decoration/Copperplate Transfer


We have recreated the dancing and singing of the Dengaku scene from the Scrolls of Frolicking Animals, Japan’s oldest manga. Dengaku was a folk song and dance that originated during the Heian period and is said to have been a prayer for an abundant harvest performed before planting rice with flutes, drums, and the traditional binzasara percussion instrument. These amusing animals are sure to bring your dinner table to life!

The Scrolls of Frolicking Animals series uses a copperplate transfer printing technique typical of Hasami ceramic painting during the Meiji and Taisho eras. Designs are printed onto Japanese washi paper before being transferred onto the bisque ahead of firing.

We’ve used iron-rich paints and absorbent glazes to create dynamic lines for a unique, artistic touch, the lip of each piece finished with an expressive rust paint.