Nabeshima Pomegranate Pattern ⌀29cm Plate

Nabeshima Pomegranate Pattern ⌀29cm Plate

Nabeshima Zakuromon ⌀29cm Plate

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The pomegranate pattern is one of the most representative patterns of Nabeshima ware.

Pomegranate, said to be native to Southwest Asia, was introduced to Japan during the Heian period. It bears bright orange-red flowers in early summer, and when the fruit ripens in autumn, the thick outer skin splits open to reveal countless seeds. This situation reminds us of the prosperity of descendants, and has gained popularity as a symbol of prosperity of descendants as auspicious sentences.

In addition, it is a combination of three patterns: “Buddha Tekan” that represents good luck, “Peach” that represents longevity, and “Pomegranate” that represents fertility. is called

Nabeshima Style

The aesthetic beauty of Nabeshima ware has been carefully preserved as a traditional rule since the Edo period, and the design is composed of one color of dyeing (blue) and three colors of red painting (red, yellow, green).

The extremely fine and carefully drawn lines are expressed with pale gradations layered over and over again, creating a dignified dignity.

The traditional Nabeshima pattern that was presented as a gift is a gorgeous design that allows you to feel the elegance of ancient Japan.

  • ⌀290 H32 mm
  • When washing, please use a neutral detergent on a soft sponge, etc. and hand wash. Rubbing strongly with a cleanser or scrubbing brush may scratch the surface.
  • Please refrain from using the dishwasher as the abrasives and bleaching agents contained in the detergent may cause the overpainted color to come off.
  • Do not use gold or silver products in the microwave oven.
  • Do not use in open flames or ovens for all ceramic products.
  • Porcelain can be damaged by strong impact or sudden temperature changes. Do not use damaged products as they may cause injury.
  • Please use a mat or cloth on a table that is easily damaged.
  • To remove tea stains, hot water scale, and other stubborn stains, use kitchen bleach according to the prescribed method. Please do not use gold and silver decorations as they may cause discoloration.
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