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Dimensions: 3.3" H x 2.2" Dia.
Capacity: 8 oz.
Materials: Porcelain and clay blend
Made in: Japan
Founded by Takuhiro Shinomoto of Venice, California’s Tortoise, Hasami Porcelain blends traditional Japanese pottery with modern lines. Named for Hasami, Nagasaki—a prominent pottery region in Japan—Shinomoto’s tableware is made from a mixture of porcelain and clay, which provides a softer, more natural touch than conventional porcelain wares. Building off the 400-year-old Japanese pottery tradition, Hasami Porcelain’s products feature a blend of simple, straight lines and functional curves. Designed to be stackable and versatile, each piece is suitable for everyday use, while also a beautiful complement to contemporary décor.
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