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Marumitsu Poterie

Rissoler Ovenware Dish

Rissoler Ovenware Dish

Regular price $53.00 AUD
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Product Description

Marumitsu Poterie was established in 1950, and is based in Seto, Japan. Each collection is designed with a French flair to Japanese cookware and tableware. Functionality is always the heart of the design, how each piece is used and how food is plated is always considered when they are designed. Seto is home to kilns with the longest production history in Japan along with local potters that bring a high-quality artisanal touch to the collection. 

The rissoler ovenware dish has multiple uses such as serving side dishes, as a serving bowl for donabe meals, and as an ovenware dish. It can be used to cook a variety of dishes, such as gratin, small roasts, crumbles, etc.

 

Details

Made in Japan.

Material: Heat-resistant clay / heat-resistant ash glaze 

Oven safe, microwave safe.

Measurements:

Approximately

W16.2 xD15 x H5.4cm / 300ml capacity

About Mujo Store

A curated selection of handcrafted Japanese homeware & everyday objects for slow living.

Mujo Store is an online shop based in Perth, Australia. Find kitchenware, ceramics, cookware, Japanese incense, and more. Sustainable materials, tradition, minimal & functional design, and small-scale production.

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About: Marumitsu Poterie

Marumitsu Poterie was established in 1950, and is based in Seto, Aichi, Japan. All of their pieces are created embracing both traditional and modern ceramic techniques, and a diverse range of natural materials. Their collection of tableware and donabes are made from natural clay excavated from the Japanese mountains and shaped by human hands. It is this warmth of the human hand, and connection to nature that is integral to Marumitsu Poterie’s philosophy.

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