Cast Iron Saucer

A cast iron saucer made in Iwate Prefecture.

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This cast iron saucer was made in the style of Nambu Tekki, a type of ironware made in Iwate Prefecture, located in north-eastern Japan and known for its harsh winter climate. The style of Nambu Tekki has a 300-year history, during which it has developed in quality and design. Featuring excellent durability and simple design, this saucer can be used as an elegant complement to your teacups and small snacks. The iron material conducts heat slowly to keep table tops safe and reduces the risk of teacups sticking to the saucer.

Dry thoroughly after washing to avoid potential rust stains on surfaces.

Size: W11.2 cm x H1 cm x Ø8.3 cm

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OIGEN

In the small area of Hadachō the distinctive scent of iron casting, along with the presence of ironware artisans strolling the streets, help create the atmosphere of a town with a long history of ironware production.

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