Grey Smoke Plate
designed in Yokohama, Japan
For many years, traditional Japanese clay art has been fired in chambered wood kilns called anagama. The fire is kept burning 24 hours a day for as long as a week and then left to cool for several more days. The process is so labor intensive that potters often only fire their work once a year in bulk. Our Grey Smoke Plate is a nod to the beauty and toil of this timeless tradition.
Ceramic: fireclay, ball clay, feldspar, quartz
Grey smoke glaze
The naturally mined substances and high-temperature firing make these products food safe and non-toxic, as well as microwave, dishwasher, and oven friendly.
Small: 6" diameter
Medium: 8" diameter
Large: 10" diameter