HRS126 - Tray / Lid Black ø 10"
Marking ten years since the inception of HASAMI PORCELAIN, Tortoise General Store owner and HASAMI PORCELAIN designer, Takuhiro Shinomoto, unveils his latest creation: The 'Grey Collection.' Building on the modular template of his original designs, the Grey Collection's plates and bowls features a sleeker, more slender profile with a 50% reduction in material usage compared to its predecessor. Still seamlessly stackable with the original HASAMI PORCELAIN pieces, the collection appears in soothing gray tones reminiscent of concrete. The Grey Collection's richlite trays are the elegant and more eco-conscious alternative to the wooden trays from the original collection as they are durable, heatproof, won't expand or contract and are made from post-consumer recycled paper.
This richlite tray has a black finish and stacks easily with other 10'' diameter bowls, plates, and lids, offering convenient storage, effortless serving, and easy handling with its modular design.
10'' D x .47'' H
Nestled in the historic town of Hasami, Nagasaki prefecture, Japan, the exquisite HASAMI PORCELAIN comes to life. Its visionary designer, Takuhiro Shinomoto, has traversed borders and cultures, and brought modernity to traditional Japanese ceramicware for a worldwide audience. Originally hailing from Tokyo, Japan, Shinomoto ventured to the United States in 2003, where he currently resides in the vibrant neighborhood of Venice Beach, California. During his time in Tokyo, he honed his skills as a furniture designer at the esteemed Japanese design company, Idee. Drawing inspiration from his diverse experiences, Shinomoto has designed HASAMI PORCELAIN, but has also designed the remarkable brass line known as S/N. Moreover, he serves as the creative director behind the captivating incense and essential oil line, Elemense, and various other products in Japan. Continuing to push the boundaries of design, Takuhiro remains active in the world of furniture, creating stunning pieces such as couches, side tables, bookcases, and dining table sets in the heart of Los Angeles while also curating the charming 'Tortoise General Store' in Mar Vista, California, offering a haven of thoughtfully crafted items.
Richlite (post-consumer waste paper)
No two pieces are exactly alike. Due to the organic nature of material used, there may be unavoidable variations, color unevenness.
Dishwasher safe. But not oven safe, and not safe to place over a flame. Richlite is made from natural material, but is more resistant to staining than wood. However you will see normal changes in appearance and patina over time, and this is not a sign of defect.