Painting to squeeze out

Using the ``Icchin'' technique, in which pigmented clay is squeezed out using a dropper, three-dimensional lines and dots are painted on unglazed fabric. We produce bright, light, and contemporary pottery.

The bean plate is not glazed so that the lines drawn with Ichichin look more three-dimensional, and the texture of the base material is utilized. Of course, the surface has been treated to prevent stains. The work is so detailed that it's hard to believe that it was drawn by hand. Please feel free to use it not only for cooking but also as a tray.

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カラクサ - 豆皿カラクサ - 豆皿
Karakusa - Mamezaraφ8.4 × H2.0 cm Sale price$17.00
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ライン - 豆皿ライン - 豆皿
Line - Mamezaraφ8.4 × H2.0 cm Sale price$17.00
レース - 豆皿レース - 豆皿
Lace - Mamezaraφ8.4 × H2.0 cm Sale price$17.00
ドット - 豆皿ドット - 豆皿
Dot - Mamezaraφ8.4 × H2.0 cm Sale price$17.00
サクラ - 豆皿サクラ - 豆皿
Sakura - Mamezaraφ8.4 × H2.0 cm Sale price$17.00
ストライプ - 角豆皿ストライプ - 角豆皿
Stripes - Kakumame Plateφ8.4 × H2.0 cm Sale price$17.00

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