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Nabeshima Sake Cups Set
Modelled in the shape of bamboo, these beautiful Nabeshima cups feature five different Japanese auspicious flowers and fruits, which are intricately hand-painted by artisans from Hataman Touen. Nabeshima porcelain has been produced in Imari, Saga Prefecture since the 17th century. It was often given as a formal offering to the feudal lords and shogun due to its exquisite, outstanding quality and craftsmanship. These stunning illustrations painted with a combination of bright yet sophisticated colors will transform and elevate your drinking experience. Perfect for sake or tea.
- Area: Imari, Saga Prefecture
- Brand: HATAMAN TOUEN
- Material: Porcelain
- Size: Φ50 x H53 mm
- This product comes with its original box.
- 尺寸：Φ50 x H53 mm
Brand: Hataman Touen
Manufacturer of Nabeshima ware in Imari, Saga Prefecture. They focus on new innovative discoveries while simultaneously carrying on traditional techniques such as "iro-e" (painting). One of their ingenious inventions includes the "Cuir" series, featuring porcelain surfaces that mimic the texture of leather.
佐賀縣伊萬里市的鍋島器皿製造商。他們專注於創新，同時承傳諸如“ iro-e”（繪圖）等的傳統技術。包括他們其中一項“ Cuir”系列中的獨創技術，其特色是瓷器表面模仿出皮革的質感。
A generic term for the high-quality porcelain produced in kilns operated by the Nabeshima clan between the 17th and 19th centuries. At that time it was manufactured as gifts for the shogun and feudal lords because of its outstanding quality and artistry. Its distinctive original style, which has been carried on to this day, is known simply as Nabeshima style, and includes “Iro Nabeshima” (colored Nabeshima), “Nabeshima sometsuke” (blue-and-white Nabeshima), “Ai Nabeshima” (Indigo Nabeshima), and “Nabeshima celadon.”
在17和19世紀之間由鍋島氏家族經營的窯爐中生產的優質瓷器的總稱。當時，由於其卓越的品質和藝術性，它被作為幕府和封地領主的禮物而製造。一直延續至今的其獨特的原始風格被稱為鍋島風格，包括“ Iro Nabeshima”（彩鍋島），“ Nabeshima sometsuke”（鍋島染付），“ Ai Nabeshima”（ 藍鍋島）和“鍋島青瓷”。
Japanese Crafts Online Media: KOGEI STANDARD
Instructions for use
- Wash before first use with water or warm water.
- Do not use in dishwasher or microwave.
- Do not use in oven or on open fire.
- Clean the product with non-abrasive, soft scouring pad.
- For your own safety, do not use any item that is chipped or cracked.
- As these are handmade products, each piece will look slightly different.