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'Mamazera' sunflower and chrysanthemum dish

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  • Azmaya 'Mamazera' sunflower and chrysanthemum dish  AZMA15BEA563BLU
  • Azmaya 'Mamazera' sunflower and chrysanthemum dish  AZMA15BEA563BLU
  • Azmaya 'Mamazera' sunflower and chrysanthemum dish  AZMA15BEA563BLU
  • Azmaya 'Mamazera' sunflower and chrysanthemum dish  AZMA15BEA563BLU
  • Azmaya 'Mamazera' sunflower and chrysanthemum dish  AZMA15BEA563BLU
  • Azmaya 'Mamazera' sunflower and chrysanthemum dish  AZMA15BEA563BLU
This dish features an all over chrysantheum pattern hand-painted in cobalt blue, with a white porcelain body. As functional as it is playful, the dishes abstracted silhouette subtlety references that of the sunflower. Traditionally used to serve sauces, pickles and other small condiments, the word 'mamazera' can be literally translated to 'bean dish'. Azmaya are a collective hailing from the Niigata region that collaborates with designers, artisans, and small manufacturers to create contemporary versions of Japanese design classics for daily life. The handwork in their production results in subtle variations and different characteristics, making each piece unique.

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This dish features an all over chrysantheum pattern hand-painted in cobalt blue, with a white porcelain body. As functional as it is playful, the dishes abstracted silhouette subtlety references that of the sunflower. Traditionally used to serve sauces, pickles and other small condiments, the word 'mamazera' can be literally translated to 'bean dish'. Azmaya are a collective hailing from the Niigata region that collaborates with designers, artisans, and small manufacturers to create contemporary versions of Japanese design classics for daily life. The handwork in their production results in subtle variations and different characteristics, making each piece unique.
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FRANKBROS says
This dish features an all over chrysantheum pattern hand-painted in cobalt blue, with a white porcelain body. As functional as it is playful, the dishes abstracted silhouette subtlety references that of the sunflower. Traditionally used to serve sauces, pickles and other small condiments, the word 'mamazera' can be literally translated to 'bean dish'. Azmaya are a collective hailing from the Niigata region that collaborates with designers, artisans, and small manufacturers to create contemporary versions of Japanese design classics for daily life. The handwork in their production results in subtle variations and different characteristics, making each piece unique.

Technical

100% porcelain
Made in Japan
Body colour white
Pattern colour blue
Width 80mm height 20mm
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Technical
100% porcelain
Made in Japan
Body colour white
Pattern colour blue
Width 80mm height 20mm

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