KINTO CERAMIC LAB Plate (200mm/8in) (3-Pack)

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The 200mm (8in) KINTO CERAMIC LAB Plate is perfect as a salad or main plate. Delicate, with rustic accents, the texture of the base feels so nice, you won't want to put it down! Working with traditional, Japanese craftsmen, the CERAMIC LAB collection is a modern interpretation of Japanese tableware. Set of 3 Plates.

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    The KINTO CERAMIC LAB Plate 200mm (8in) is perfect as a salad or main plate - picture your braised kale salad now!

    The KINTO CERAMIC LAB collection was born from the timeless traditions of Japanese craftsmanship. The CERAMIC LAB collection is delicate, with rustic accents. The clay textures in the bases are so nice to hold that you won't want to put them down! Developed by working closely with craftsmen in traditional pottery villages of Japan, the collection is a modern interpretation of Japanese tableware. Knowledge and skills were inherited to develop each product - from the proportion of clay and glaze, to the sensitive transformations while firing that depend on temperature and humidity. These ceramics are so nice that you may just want to buy the whole collection!

    • Set of 3 Plates
    • Diameter: 200mm (7.9in)
    • Height: 18mm (0.7in)
    • Porcelain
    • Microwave and Dishwasher Safe
    • Made in Hasami, Japan
  • Use for food service, from the kitchen to the table.

    Do not overheat in the microwave or heat without water. Wash with care. Do not use abrasive cleansers or steel wool. Product size and shape varies in each item due to manufacturing process. Appearance of colour glaze unevenness varies in each item. Some products may take on scorched-like texture on the surface. It is a unique glaze effect called "yo-hen", unintended colour transformation show on the ceramic and porcelain after firing.

    After use of metal utensils, grey marks may become noticeable on the surface of tableware. These are called metal marks, and they are caused by the friction between porcelain and metal. To remove them, we recommend using a soft cleanser such as Bar Keeper's Friend and gently rubbing with a wet cloth or sponge.

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Adam (Alberta, Canada)
Love these plates

Couldn’t be happier :)

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KINTO Ceramic Lab Plate 200mm 3-Pack

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