An eightfold origami-inspired auspicious tray perfect for showcasing incense burners or smaller teaware. The folds point to all the Cardinal and Ordinal directions of a compass. Exquisite in its small stature, this plate was crafted with a deliberate focus on simple and modern utility, allowing it to gracefully endure even the most demanding of utensil uses. Its sophisticated grain texture ensures minimal scratching, perfect for light desserts, sides, and tea-time snacks.
This design includes a stackable set of four different sizes to create a functional artwork used to serve tea snacks, o'dourves, and showcase teaware.
Composed of 99% tin and 1% silver, Japanese pewter is sublimely suited for the consumption of food and beverages, not only enduringly retaining its radiance, form, and luster but also its complexity - all without the necessity of frequent polishing as with silver.
Made in Kyoto, Japan
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