small whale dish


* The copper plate transfer method for stamps, which is the printing method for this product, is to transfer the pattern from the transfer paper printed on Japanese paper with a pigment called Gosu to the unglazed fabric.

The plate of the stamped hand made by copper plate transfer has many drawbacks such as blurring, cutting, bleeding, color loss, and color unevenness of the pattern created by manual work. There are individual differences in each plate, but please be sure to include some of these elements.

In that sense, stamped hand plates are not suitable for customers who prefer a perfect finish.

However, for customers with certain tastes, even its shortcomings are adorable and appealing.


Product specifications: Horizontal approx. 16.3 x Vertical approx. 5.2 x Height approx. 1.3 cm Porcelain Aichi Prefecture
Description of item: The dyed cloth produced by the pattern dyeing unit "kata kata" by Mr. Takeshi Matsunaga and Mr. Chie Takai is full of unique world view in its design style while preserving traditional techniques.

By the way, this time, I asked Mr. Katakata to design a plate for "seal stamper".
"Stamping hand" is a painting by printing such as "paper pattern (stencil technique)" and "copper plate transfer", which enables mass production by handicraft without having a professional painter, and the Meiji era. It is a technology that has developed rapidly since the times.
As a result, painted porcelain containers have been distributed all over Japan, and the eating habits of the common people have undergone a major transformation.
Even when it comes to painting by printing, this method at that time was prone to many drawbacks such as blurring, bleeding, color loss, and color unevenness in the pattern, and in recent years it has become a technique that can only be performed in a limited number of cases. I have.
However, some people who like containers can say that their shortcomings are their taste, and they find it attractive. Of course, Kurashiki designs are similar to those people, but even if they cannot be unified into a uniform finish. After all, I wanted to make a container with this technique.
The irregular and rustic taste was the same as it was at that time, but the design was more modern, and it was ideal to have a plate with a stamp that could not be decided as a pattern of any country.
Katazome, which is one of the stamping methods, is a kind of stencil dyeing, so I thought that I could make a nice plate with Mr. Katakata.

The result is a stamp plate with a copper plate transfer method. As you can imagine, many fun and story-filled dishes were born. I think it will play an active role every day as a container that draws out conversations every time you surround the table.

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