This unique brass trivet is modeled after the sun, with lines of ridges rising up geometrically to keep tables safe from hot pots and kettles. Made of solid brass with a textured antique finish, it will gradually change color over time and turn into a rich patina with continued usage. Three clear rubber feet on the base protect table and counter surfaces from scratching. Enjoy for everyday kitchen use or as a decorative display for plants and flower pots.
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: Diameter: 5 ¾” Height: ¼”
Care: Polish with a cloth and polishing agent to regain original hue after using.
A polished accent for any table, the Azmaya Dessert Fork easily chases down cakes and treats. With five brass miniature forks included in this set, there’s plenty to go around and share with.
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This collection features a collaboration between Japanese artisans, designers and small manufacturers in Ishikawa Prefecture. It aims to present contemporary housewares using traditional techniques and Japanese materials like brass and cherry wood. Minimalist design, a focus on details and high-quality materials are hallmarks of the movement, with the resulting products reflecting the high level of skill and superior techniques of Japanese artisans today.
Dimensions: Length: 3 1/2" Width: 1/4"
Care: Hand-wash with a gentle soap. Because of the nature of brass, its golden color will develop a time-honed patina with usage.
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.
This stylish take on the traditional zabuton cushion is the result of a partnership between textile brand Sou Sou and futon makers Daitou Shingu. Traditionally found in tatami rooms, zabuton cushions make sitting on the floor comfortable and also look great on your couch as an accent pillow.
About Sou Sou
Each piece in this colorful collection is infused with vibrant graphic patterns designed by Japanese artist Katsuji Wakisaka. With a mission to revitalize traditional Japanese styles, his modern designs combine contemporary patterns with traditional Japanese shapes.
About Daitou Shingu
Established in 1925 as a Japanese futon maker, Daitou Shingu has a singular goal of providing the most comfortable sleep experience possible. Every item in the collection is made by hand using traditional Japanese techniques, natural dyes, and absolutely no bleaching or chemical processing.
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Materials: Outer: 100% Cotton; Inner: 70% Cotton, 30% Polyester
Dimensions: Length: 16” Width:15.75”
Care: Spot clean surface stains with mild detergent