Handmade Matte Black Sake Set
Have a sip.
Sure, this sake set is eye-catching, but oh, does it have a story to tell. Every vessel was crafted from red clay, then finished off with a matte black glaze (it’s the handiwork of Fort Worth–based ceramicist Kendall Davis). It’s inspired by Japanese traditions, too, since the fermented rice wine is traditionally warmed in an earthenware bottle before serving. And let’s not forget the wooden plank down below: That comes courtesy of woodworker David Brown—also based in Fort Worth. However you choose to enjoy your drink, one thing’s for sure: This lineup is ready for special occasions and impromptu get-togethers alike.
Photography by James Ransom, Ty Mecham
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Forth Worth, TX
Red clay with a matte black glaze
Sake bottle: 3" W x 5" H
Sake cup: 2.5" W x 1" H
Plank: 16.5" L x 4" W x 0.75" H
Care & Notes +-
Please anticipate and appreciate that pieces may vary slightly as each is uniquely handmade.
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