Plate/Lid 130 - Caramel
Plate/Lid 130 - Caramel
$26.00

Plate/Lid 130 - Caramel

TRIPWARE

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Elegant and functional, TRIPWARE ceramics are designed to reduce waste, both in the manufacturing process and at home. Once fired, ceramic clay does not biodegrade. To reduce waste, TRIPWARE tableware has been made using 20% recycled ceramics, making these dishes, which are designed to last a lifetime, more sustainable.

Pair the bowl with matching plate for your meal, then use the plate as a cover for any leftovers, eliminating the need for plastic wrap or foil.

Microwave and dishwasher safe.

Plate/Lid 130 measures D5.39 x 0.59in / D137 x 15mm

Pair with Bowl 130 or Straight Bowl 130.

Winner of the 2020 Good Design Award. Made in Japan.

Because of the nature of pottery, colour, size, weight, etc. of product may slight differ from the referential information. Please note that each item is handcrafted so the appearance of the pattern may slightly differ from the image. Pictures are only for reference. Due to the characteristics of glaze, there are individual differences in light and shade and colour unevenness, so please be aware in advance. There may be scratches that are inevitable in production. The above is considered normal and does not constitute a defect.

The production of TRIPWARE began five years ago in the Mino area of Japan. About 60% of the ceramics in Japan are made in this region, famous for Minoyaki pottery.

Once fired, ceramic clay does not biodegrade and return to the earth. The experts in Mino also understand the possibility of running out of materials if they continue large scale production in the same way. With a history of more than 400-years of making pottery, the last 20 years have been spent experimenting with recycled ceramic techniques. TRIPWARE is the result, a beautifully designed collection of porcelain made with recycled ceramics.

TRIPWARE, Mizunami City, Japan

The production of TRIPWARE began five years ago in the Mino area of Japan. About 60% of the ceramics in Japan are made in this region, famous for Minoyaki pottery.

Once fired, ceramic clay does not biodegrade and return to the earth. The experts in Mino also understand the possibility of running out of materials if they continue large scale production in the same way. With a history of more than 400-years of making pottery, the last 20 years have been spent experimenting with recycled ceramic techniques. TRIPWARE is the result, a beautifully designed collection of porcelain made with recycled ceramics.