How it crackles.
Wondering where this dinnerware gets its crackled looks? You’d have to travel back to 16th-century Japan, where rumor has it a low-firing technique called raku created a new kind of teaware with artful cracks all over. With this set, designer Michael Wainwright (who’s well-versed in the technique himself) took raku’s natural beauty, then added raw clay and gold here and there—all for a swoon-worthy array that’s got just the right amount of modern flair. We’re not sure our table’s ever come closer to looking like a real-life painting.
Photography by Ty Mecham and Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Dinner Plate: 1"H and 12" in diameter
Salad Plate: 1"H and 9" in diameter
Bowl: 3"H and 6" in diameter
Bowl with Gold Detail: 3"H and 6" in diameter
Mug: 5"H and 4" in diameter with a 16 oz capacity
Serving Bowl: 3"H and 8" in diameter
3-Piece Set with Bowl: Includes (1) Dinner Plate, (1) Salad Plate, and (1) Bowl
3-Piece Set with Gold Detail Bowl: Includes (1) Dinner Plate, (1) Salad Plate, and (1) Bowl with Gold Detail
Care & Notes
Dinner Plate, Salad Plate, Bowl, and Mug are dishwasher and microwave safe.
Bowl with Gold Detail and Serving Bowl with Gold Detail are hand wash only and not for use in microwave.
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