Rimpa is a traditional pottery technique that is famous throughout Japan. Each plate embodies this part of history for a dining experience that is truly authentic.

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  • RIMPA Style Kyoto Pottery Small Plate Pine Tree

    RIMPA Style Kyoto Pottery Small Plate | Pine Tree-MAMESARA

    This RIMPA Style Kyoto Pottery Small Plate Pine Tree shows earthy, natural tones and the meaning of prosperity for you. This design is carefully created to represent Japan’s nature in a tonal, simplistic way. Using bold, floral shapes atop more natural textures, looking into this design truly reveals Japan’s nature. This RIMPA Style Kyoto Pottery Small Plate Pine Tree is one of our best sellers due to its beauty in colour and design and has been handcrafted in Kyoto by one of our Japanese makers.

     

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  • RIMPA Style Kyoto Pottery Small Plate | Red & White Plum-MAMESARA

    This RIMPA Style Kyoto Pottery Small Plate Red White Plum shows the Japanese seasonal symbol. Using bold, floral shapes atop more natural textures, looking into this design truly reveals Japan’s nature. This RIMPA Style Kyoto Pottery Small Plate Red White Plum has been handcrafted in a beautiful way for you to enjoy in your own home.

     

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  • RIMPA Style Kyoto Pottery Small Plate | Iris-MAMESARA

    This RIMPA Style Kyoto Pottery Small Plate Iris has a depth that brings this representation of Japan’s nature to life, whilst being more modern in its vibrancy. “Rimpa” is a word made by combining the “Rin” character from the name of Ogata Kōrin (1658-1716), a painter of the style who came 100 years after Sōtatsu, and “Ha” which means faction or school. Using bold, floral shapes atop more natural textures, looking into this design truly reveals Japan’s nature.

     

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  • RIMPA Style Kyoto Pottery Small Plate | Tatsuta River-MAMESARA

    This RIMPA Style Kyoto Pottery Small Plate Tatsuta River Plum has the contrast of the more geometric abstract shapes with the swirling brush strokes in this design is complemented by the careful use of colour. “Rimpa” is a word made by combining the “Rin” character from the name of Ogata Kōrin (1658-1716), a painter of the style who came 100 years after Sōtatsu, and “Ha” which means faction or school. Using bold, floral shapes atop more natural textures, looking into this design truly reveals Japan’s nature.

     

    not rated £35.99