Rimpa Style small plate set

RIMPA Style Kyoto Pottery Small Plate | Tatsuta River-MAMESARA

£35.99

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.

 

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Description

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.

Rokubeygama was opened in 1771 in the Gojyosaka area of Kyoto by its founder, Kiyomizu Rokubey. After 250 years, Rokubeygama is currently in its eighth generation and has become a well-respected family of artistic pottery. Following the rise in popularity of Kyo-yaki, the principals of each generation have since been creating pieces using this traditional technique. Under the supervision of the current owner Kiyomizu Rokubey, Rokubeygama continues to produce works that suit the modern lifestyle such as dishes, vases, ornaments, and tea sets.

 

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Brand

Rokubeygama was opened in 1771 in the Gojyosaka area of Kyoto by its founder, Kiyomizu Rokubey. After 250 years, Rokubeygama is currently in its eighth generation and has become a well-respected family of artistic pottery. Following the rise in popularity of Kyo-yaki, the principals of each generation have since been creating pieces using this traditional technique. Under the supervision of the current owner Kiyomizu Rokubey, Rokubeygama continues to produce works that suit the modern lifestyle such as dishes, vases, ornaments, and tea sets..

How to use

This craft can be used with a dishwasher or a microwave.
Before use, please soak it in water or hot water. After use, please wash it with water as soon as possible and dry it thoroughly before storing it.

How to look after our crafts

Pottery has a very high capacity for water absorption.
If you do not dry sufficiently, mold may form.
Some of the items are rough on the bottom of the tableware, if you are worried about your table being damaged, please rub the bottom with sandpaper until smooth.

Additional information

Dimensions 10.2 x 10.2 x 2.3 cm