Inban is a copper plate transer technique of printing patterns onto porcelain dishes (think stencils!) that developed rapidly since the Meiji period in Japan.
Although the method is called "Printing," each Inban dish is hand stamped, which leaves some imperfections and makes each dish one of a kind.
- Dimensions: 10 cm x 2.2 cm deep (4" x 0.90" deep)
- Available in large
Started in 1982, Classiky is based in Kurashiki, a town in Japan's Okayama prefecture. On top of doing many collaborations with artists and artisans from town factories across Japan, Classiky has its own line of lifestyle products that celebrates traditional handiwork and combines old school craftsmanship with items designed for everyday living today. Their unique and quirky goods are handmade in a traditional fashion and are eye-catching even in the most special settings.