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Sake Set mit Seladonglasur und Drachenschuppen

handmade green sake set with dragon scales

45,00 Euro

Price incl. 0% VAT. | Item number: 1379_2020
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Product description

Of celadon and dragon scales!
Sake, celadon and scales, everything important combined! Japanese rice wine is a cultural asset and has its own dishes. The sake bottle (Tokkuri) and the sake bowls (Guinomi) belong to the cultural asset. Seladon is a green glaze developed in Japan. Like jade, it is a special green, it has depth and has many facets. And of course dragon scales! These were worked into the surface of the sake bottle and the sake bowls and make the Japanese trio complete. As a charming highlight the celadon glaze flows around and into the scales. There the green shimmers and gives the impression of movement. A detail that is even tactile and leads curious fingers around. In contrast to this, the glaze is highly glossy and enormously smooth. Opposites attract each other and make a great eye-catcher on the board!

Due to the special Japanese construction technique used, the sake remains cold or warm in the bottle for a particularly long time. The sake set weighs 820 g when empty. The sake bottle has a filling volume of < 330 mL and is about 23 cm high.

Typically Japanese, the sake set was banned at more than 1250 °C. These high temperatures cause the clay to sinter on its own and make the set absolutely watertight. The sake set is also suitable for the dishwasher and microwave.

Product details
Type of firing
Dishwasher safe
For food contact
Susanne Schnurre
Country of origin
Germany (EU)
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