This versatile plate or small dish recalls the earth of its making. The natural colors of unrefined porcelain are pulled out of the clay by the firing process, which occurs in a kiln that uses real wood flames reaching 2400* in temperature. A limited selection of these is available for the moment: 25 of each size. This Wing Bowl is the same style.
A Toast plate 7"x5"x3/4" costs $55, and a Tiny dish is 5"by 4", costing $32. The 3" purple stone pictured is for scale. Also pictured is the typical variety of surface.
Plated images are courtesy of Earl Ninsom of Langbaan and Jane Hashimawari of Ippai and Wil Harper.
I am so delighted to be able to assist you in creating a unique aesthetic experience for you and your dinner guests! These pots were fired in an innovative kiln that had a miniscule carbon footprint, so you can know that not only are you supporting a professional potter, you are also supporting work made with dedicated environmental ethics.
Formed out of porcelain, they will withstand going through an industrial dishwasher, so you can safely clean them that way if hand-washing is difficult for your staff and kitchen flow. I think the most attention should be given to how stacks of them are placed on a counter-top. Too tall and the lowest ones may break. I suggest ten plates tall, for example.