Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray

Hasami, Nagasaki is one of the foremost pottery districts in Japan. Porcelain was first made in the area almost 400 years ago, during the Edo Period, and was not only distributed all over Japan but also exported to Europe through the port of Nagasaki.

The establishment of a mass production system at an early stage ensured reliability in quality and price, and its rich tradition kept alive. HASAMI PORCELAIN was born under the direction of Takuhiro Shinomoto of Tortoise (Venice, California), whose innovative concept integrates tradition and modernity in tableware.

 Ash.

Small Wood Tray: 3 1/3" diameter x 7/8" tall (stack with the Mugs, Small Cups/ Bowls and Milk Pitcher/ Sugar Pot; also serve as elegant salt & pepper pinchers, jewelry storage or coin catch-alls).

5 2/3" x 7/8" Wood Tray, stacks with the Tea Pot and 5 3/8” Bowls.

Medium Wood Tray: 7 1/3" diameter  x 7/8" tall.

Large Wood Tray: 10" diameter x 7/8" tall.

Oval Tray: 3.5" x 6.75"

Triangle Tray: 6.75" side to side.

Ships direct from Wilder.
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray

Hasami, Nagasaki is one of the foremost pottery districts in Japan. Porcelain was first made in the area almost 400 years ago, during the Edo Period, and was not only distributed all over Japan but also exported to Europe through the port of Nagasaki.

The establishment of a mass production system at an early stage ensured reliability in quality and price, and its rich tradition kept alive. HASAMI PORCELAIN was born under the direction of Takuhiro Shinomoto of Tortoise (Venice, California), whose innovative concept integrates tradition and modernity in tableware.

 Ash.

Small Wood Tray: 3 1/3" diameter x 7/8" tall (stack with the Mugs, Small Cups/ Bowls and Milk Pitcher/ Sugar Pot; also serve as elegant salt & pepper pinchers, jewelry storage or coin catch-alls).

5 2/3" x 7/8" Wood Tray, stacks with the Tea Pot and 5 3/8” Bowls.

Medium Wood Tray: 7 1/3" diameter  x 7/8" tall.

Large Wood Tray: 10" diameter x 7/8" tall.

Oval Tray: 3.5" x 6.75"

Triangle Tray: 6.75" side to side.

Ships direct from Wilder.
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray

Hasami, Nagasaki is one of the foremost pottery districts in Japan. Porcelain was first made in the area almost 400 years ago, during the Edo Period, and was not only distributed all over Japan but also exported to Europe through the port of Nagasaki.

The establishment of a mass production system at an early stage ensured reliability in quality and price, and its rich tradition kept alive. HASAMI PORCELAIN was born under the direction of Takuhiro Shinomoto of Tortoise (Venice, California), whose innovative concept integrates tradition and modernity in tableware.

 Ash.

Small Wood Tray: 3 1/3" diameter x 7/8" tall (stack with the Mugs, Small Cups/ Bowls and Milk Pitcher/ Sugar Pot; also serve as elegant salt & pepper pinchers, jewelry storage or coin catch-alls).

5 2/3" x 7/8" Wood Tray, stacks with the Tea Pot and 5 3/8” Bowls.

Medium Wood Tray: 7 1/3" diameter  x 7/8" tall.

Large Wood Tray: 10" diameter x 7/8" tall.

Oval Tray: 3.5" x 6.75"

Triangle Tray: 6.75" side to side.

Ships direct from Wilder.
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray

Hasami, Nagasaki is one of the foremost pottery districts in Japan. Porcelain was first made in the area almost 400 years ago, during the Edo Period, and was not only distributed all over Japan but also exported to Europe through the port of Nagasaki.

The establishment of a mass production system at an early stage ensured reliability in quality and price, and its rich tradition kept alive. HASAMI PORCELAIN was born under the direction of Takuhiro Shinomoto of Tortoise (Venice, California), whose innovative concept integrates tradition and modernity in tableware.

 Ash.

Small Wood Tray: 3 1/3" diameter x 7/8" tall (stack with the Mugs, Small Cups/ Bowls and Milk Pitcher/ Sugar Pot; also serve as elegant salt & pepper pinchers, jewelry storage or coin catch-alls).

5 2/3" x 7/8" Wood Tray, stacks with the Tea Pot and 5 3/8” Bowls.

Medium Wood Tray: 7 1/3" diameter  x 7/8" tall.

Large Wood Tray: 10" diameter x 7/8" tall.

Oval Tray: 3.5" x 6.75"

Triangle Tray: 6.75" side to side.

Ships direct from Wilder.
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray

Hasami, Nagasaki is one of the foremost pottery districts in Japan. Porcelain was first made in the area almost 400 years ago, during the Edo Period, and was not only distributed all over Japan but also exported to Europe through the port of Nagasaki.

The establishment of a mass production system at an early stage ensured reliability in quality and price, and its rich tradition kept alive. HASAMI PORCELAIN was born under the direction of Takuhiro Shinomoto of Tortoise (Venice, California), whose innovative concept integrates tradition and modernity in tableware.

 Ash.

Small Wood Tray: 3 1/3" diameter x 7/8" tall (stack with the Mugs, Small Cups/ Bowls and Milk Pitcher/ Sugar Pot; also serve as elegant salt & pepper pinchers, jewelry storage or coin catch-alls).

5 2/3" x 7/8" Wood Tray, stacks with the Tea Pot and 5 3/8” Bowls.

Medium Wood Tray: 7 1/3" diameter  x 7/8" tall.

Large Wood Tray: 10" diameter x 7/8" tall.

Oval Tray: 3.5" x 6.75"

Triangle Tray: 6.75" side to side.

Ships direct from Wilder.
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray

Hasami, Nagasaki is one of the foremost pottery districts in Japan. Porcelain was first made in the area almost 400 years ago, during the Edo Period, and was not only distributed all over Japan but also exported to Europe through the port of Nagasaki.

The establishment of a mass production system at an early stage ensured reliability in quality and price, and its rich tradition kept alive. HASAMI PORCELAIN was born under the direction of Takuhiro Shinomoto of Tortoise (Venice, California), whose innovative concept integrates tradition and modernity in tableware.

 Ash.

Small Wood Tray: 3 1/3" diameter x 7/8" tall (stack with the Mugs, Small Cups/ Bowls and Milk Pitcher/ Sugar Pot; also serve as elegant salt & pepper pinchers, jewelry storage or coin catch-alls).

5 2/3" x 7/8" Wood Tray, stacks with the Tea Pot and 5 3/8” Bowls.

Medium Wood Tray: 7 1/3" diameter  x 7/8" tall.

Large Wood Tray: 10" diameter x 7/8" tall.

Oval Tray: 3.5" x 6.75"

Triangle Tray: 6.75" side to side.

Ships direct from Wilder.
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray

Hasami, Nagasaki is one of the foremost pottery districts in Japan. Porcelain was first made in the area almost 400 years ago, during the Edo Period, and was not only distributed all over Japan but also exported to Europe through the port of Nagasaki.

The establishment of a mass production system at an early stage ensured reliability in quality and price, and its rich tradition kept alive. HASAMI PORCELAIN was born under the direction of Takuhiro Shinomoto of Tortoise (Venice, California), whose innovative concept integrates tradition and modernity in tableware.

 Ash.

Small Wood Tray: 3 1/3" diameter x 7/8" tall (stack with the Mugs, Small Cups/ Bowls and Milk Pitcher/ Sugar Pot; also serve as elegant salt & pepper pinchers, jewelry storage or coin catch-alls).

5 2/3" x 7/8" Wood Tray, stacks with the Tea Pot and 5 3/8” Bowls.

Medium Wood Tray: 7 1/3" diameter  x 7/8" tall.

Large Wood Tray: 10" diameter x 7/8" tall.

Oval Tray: 3.5" x 6.75"

Triangle Tray: 6.75" side to side.

Ships direct from Wilder.
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray

Hasami, Nagasaki is one of the foremost pottery districts in Japan. Porcelain was first made in the area almost 400 years ago, during the Edo Period, and was not only distributed all over Japan but also exported to Europe through the port of Nagasaki.

The establishment of a mass production system at an early stage ensured reliability in quality and price, and its rich tradition kept alive. HASAMI PORCELAIN was born under the direction of Takuhiro Shinomoto of Tortoise (Venice, California), whose innovative concept integrates tradition and modernity in tableware.

 Ash.

Small Wood Tray: 3 1/3" diameter x 7/8" tall (stack with the Mugs, Small Cups/ Bowls and Milk Pitcher/ Sugar Pot; also serve as elegant salt & pepper pinchers, jewelry storage or coin catch-alls).

5 2/3" x 7/8" Wood Tray, stacks with the Tea Pot and 5 3/8” Bowls.

Medium Wood Tray: 7 1/3" diameter  x 7/8" tall.

Large Wood Tray: 10" diameter x 7/8" tall.

Oval Tray: 3.5" x 6.75"

Triangle Tray: 6.75" side to side.

Ships direct from Wilder.
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray

Hasami, Nagasaki is one of the foremost pottery districts in Japan. Porcelain was first made in the area almost 400 years ago, during the Edo Period, and was not only distributed all over Japan but also exported to Europe through the port of Nagasaki.

The establishment of a mass production system at an early stage ensured reliability in quality and price, and its rich tradition kept alive. HASAMI PORCELAIN was born under the direction of Takuhiro Shinomoto of Tortoise (Venice, California), whose innovative concept integrates tradition and modernity in tableware.

 Ash.

Small Wood Tray: 3 1/3" diameter x 7/8" tall (stack with the Mugs, Small Cups/ Bowls and Milk Pitcher/ Sugar Pot; also serve as elegant salt & pepper pinchers, jewelry storage or coin catch-alls).

5 2/3" x 7/8" Wood Tray, stacks with the Tea Pot and 5 3/8” Bowls.

Medium Wood Tray: 7 1/3" diameter  x 7/8" tall.

Large Wood Tray: 10" diameter x 7/8" tall.

Oval Tray: 3.5" x 6.75"

Triangle Tray: 6.75" side to side.

Ships direct from Wilder.
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray

Hasami, Nagasaki is one of the foremost pottery districts in Japan. Porcelain was first made in the area almost 400 years ago, during the Edo Period, and was not only distributed all over Japan but also exported to Europe through the port of Nagasaki.

The establishment of a mass production system at an early stage ensured reliability in quality and price, and its rich tradition kept alive. HASAMI PORCELAIN was born under the direction of Takuhiro Shinomoto of Tortoise (Venice, California), whose innovative concept integrates tradition and modernity in tableware.

 Ash.

Small Wood Tray: 3 1/3" diameter x 7/8" tall (stack with the Mugs, Small Cups/ Bowls and Milk Pitcher/ Sugar Pot; also serve as elegant salt & pepper pinchers, jewelry storage or coin catch-alls).

5 2/3" x 7/8" Wood Tray, stacks with the Tea Pot and 5 3/8” Bowls.

Medium Wood Tray: 7 1/3" diameter  x 7/8" tall.

Large Wood Tray: 10" diameter x 7/8" tall.

Oval Tray: 3.5" x 6.75"

Triangle Tray: 6.75" side to side.

Ships direct from Wilder.
Hasami Porcelain Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray

Hasami, Nagasaki is one of the foremost pottery districts in Japan. Porcelain was first made in the area almost 400 years ago, during the Edo Period, and was not only distributed all over Japan but also exported to Europe through the port of Nagasaki.

The establishment of a mass production system at an early stage ensured reliability in quality and price, and its rich tradition kept alive. HASAMI PORCELAIN was born under the direction of Takuhiro Shinomoto of Tortoise (Venice, California), whose innovative concept integrates tradition and modernity in tableware.

 Ash.

Small Wood Tray: 3 1/3" diameter x 7/8" tall (stack with the Mugs, Small Cups/ Bowls and Milk Pitcher/ Sugar Pot; also serve as elegant salt & pepper pinchers, jewelry storage or coin catch-alls).

5 2/3" x 7/8" Wood Tray, stacks with the Tea Pot and 5 3/8” Bowls.

Medium Wood Tray: 7 1/3" diameter  x 7/8" tall.

Large Wood Tray: 10" diameter x 7/8" tall.

Oval Tray: 3.5" x 6.75"

Triangle Tray: 6.75" side to side.

Ships direct from Wilder.

Hasami Ash Wooden Lid/Tray

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Hasami, Nagasaki is one of the foremost pottery districts in Japan. Porcelain was first made in the area almost 400 years ago, during the Edo Period, and was not only distributed all over Japan but also exported to Europe through the port of Nagasaki.

The establishment of a mass production system at an early stage ensured reliability in quality and price, and its rich tradition kept alive. HASAMI PORCELAIN was born under the direction of Takuhiro Shinomoto of Tortoise (Venice, California), whose innovative concept integrates tradition and modernity in tableware.

 Ash.

Small Wood Tray: 3 1/3" diameter x 7/8" tall (stack with the Mugs, Small Cups/ Bowls and Milk Pitcher/ Sugar Pot; also serve as elegant salt & pepper pinchers, jewelry storage or coin catch-alls).

5 2/3" x 7/8" Wood Tray, stacks with the Tea Pot and 5 3/8” Bowls.

Medium Wood Tray: 7 1/3" diameter  x 7/8" tall.

Large Wood Tray: 10" diameter x 7/8" tall.

Oval Tray: 3.5" x 6.75"

Triangle Tray: 6.75" side to side.

Ships direct from Wilder.