Japanese Lion-Dog Dinner Plate

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Item # 80053647
Price: 30$30.00
Member Price: 27$27.00
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Description

This generously sized, 11" dinner plate features a blue-and-white motif of a komainu, or lion-dog, the hybrid creature that guards the entrance to Shinto shrines in Japan. A practice that first flowered in China in the 14th century, the painting of cobalt blue on porcelain had a profound effect on global ceramics that lasted for centuries.

This plate's classic design coordinates well with other tableware.

This generously sized, 11" dinner plate features a blue-and-white motif of a komainu, or lion-dog, the hybrid creature that guards the entrance to Shinto shrines in Japan. A practice that first flowered in China in the 14th century, the painting of cobalt blue on porcelain had a profound effect on global ceramics that lasted for centuries.

This plate's classic design coordinates well with other tableware.

Details
  • Ceramic
  • 11'' diam.; 1 1/4''H
  • Dishwasher and microwave safe
  • Made in Japan
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