This is a set of six (6) small, porcelain Japanese plates.
Each is a 3.5 inch Aritaware plate, perfect for entertaining. Each of these small round, shallow bowls has a pattern borrowed from traditional Japanese indigo-on-linen block prints.
The prints are:
- summer vegetable radish (daikon)
- falling rain (this is the newer addition to complete the set)
- random geometric rectangles
- waves denoting foreign lands, journeys, prosperity
They are a beautiful way to present delicious mini appetizers, salads or desserts in little servings, your guests will enjoy. They could also be used as salt holders for individual settings. Appetizer serve ware inspired by the latest restaurant trend of serving a culinary amuse bouche - a one-bite tasting sent compliments of the chef. The traditional flat-bottomed plates find new purpose serving bite-size taste
The original set consists of the five smaller plates. The slightly larger plate was added on later - all traditional Japanese sets are made up of only 5 items
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