Komon (小紋 - Japanese) which means "emblem" in English are plates for sharing and giving with each pattern having an implied meaning:
Waves (青海波) ー Repeat wave shapes - for business success.
Arrows (矢羽根) ー The arrow hits the target - for a great great marriage.
Net (網目) ー The sequent pattern of the net - for scooping up happiness.
Linen leaf (麻の葉）ーThe linen plant grows strong and steady - for protecting your children.
Kihara is a modern line produced by Arita pottery. Arita is where white porcelain was first introduced to Japan through the old silk road. This style of Japanese pottery ( Aritayaki Porcelain ) is now among the most renowned in the world.
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Bowl stand (native woods) #1Kauri (top) ,Dark Kauri (bottom) ethically sourced 255 x 215 mm #2Kauri (top) ,Dark Kauri (bottom) ethically sourced 250 x 215 mm #3Dark Kauri(top) ,Tawa(bottom) ethically sourced 240 x 210 mm Walk In The...