When you finally reach the dessert course, this charming spoon stands at the ready to carry every last scoop home. Hand-hammered from brass and albata that ages gracefully into a rich patina with wear.
About Miho Nishikawa
Miho Nishikawa is an award-winning metalworks artist who works with silver, brass and albata to create beautifully detailed but rustic accessories. Nishikawa is trained and currently works in Kanazawa, which is an UNESCO-appointed city of Crafts and Folk Art in Japan for its tradition of metalwork artistry.
Materials: Albata（Copper+Zinc+ Nickle), Brass
Dimensions: Length: 4.9"
Care: Polish with an acidic substance.
Named after 16th century Japanese tea master Sen no Rikyu, these sleek chopsticks include slightly tapered tips to fit comfortably in your hand. Rikyubashi Lacquered Chopsticks are a traditional handicraft from the rural Ishikawa Prefecture in Japan. Due to the natural wood and lacquer, the color, shape and size of each set will be slightly different.
The modern Japanese tea ceremony has largely been shaped by Sen no Rikyu's influence. Prior to serving tea, this celebrated tea master would serve guests a small meal accompanied by hand-carved chopsticks. The aroma of the freshly carved Japanese cedar brought a new dimension to the tea experience.
Materials: Japanese cedar
Dimensions: Length: 9"
Care: Handwash only.
These elegant brass pieces hold your chopsticks before, during, and after a meal to keep your table clean and mess-free. They also hold cutlery and silverware. When not in use, they come together to make an beautiful geometrical display piece. Enjoy for dinner parties and special occasions.
Set of 3.
Founded in 1879, Futagami is one of Japan’s oldest metal manufacturers. Its collaboration with designer Masanori Oji has created a modern minimalist line of brass ware home goods that combine traditional techniques and materials with modern shapes. Futagami’s craftsmen work from Masanori’s inventive designs to create truly original metal works that bring elegance and understated radiance to common everyday objects. His work with Futagami has won the 2009 Interior Lifestyle Award in Japan.
Dimensions: (Individual) Length: 2” Height: ¾” (Ensemble) 2” x 2”
Care: Polish with a cloth and polishing agent to regain original hue after using.