Specifications Copper Plate Transfer / Gold / Φ64mm×H88mm / Weight 167g / Box Ceramics by GINZA ARTWORKS are each individually crafted with meticulous care by artisans in Toki, Gifu Prefecture. The molding technique and copperplate transfer technique using Mino washi paper have been passed down from generation to generation throughout the 1,300-year-history of Mino Ware.Shimmering organic colors and textures add depth to modern silhouettes. Fired once after underglaze decoration by transfer using washi paper. Fired once after the gold transfer is carried out. Fired once again for the rim. Beautiful design accidents are born unintentionally from being fired three times. Copper Plate Transfer In this traditional ceramic painting technique, colorants are applied to a copperplate on which designs are engraved using a stylus. Washi paper is then placed over the stencil to soak up the colorants. Then the washi paper is placed on the surface of an unglazed ceramic and the design is imprinted by pressing the washi paper using a wet brush or sponge.Note: In recent years, silk screens are used instead of copperplate. Cautions * Wash the product with cold or warm water before using it for the first time. * Not dishwasher or microwave safe. May cause damage. * Do not use on the stove or over a direct flame. * To avoid damage to the product surface, do not use abrasives, detergents containing abrasives, or steel wool. Wash with a soft sponge. * For your safety, do not use the product if it becomes cracked or damaged.
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- Designs that were born and beloved by the everyday people, including Hokusai, who were at the center of Edo culture and its economy. The Unnamed Japan Project is our endeavor to redistribute to the modern world simplistic, unnamed designs containing a touch of warmth from 100 years ago.