TY Palace 110 plate by 1616 / arita japan charms with its delicately beautiful look. The porcelain plate evokes the images of a seashell or a blooming flower with its fragile petals – its beautiful appearance transforms a table setting into a poetic work of art. Originally designed by Terohiro Yanagihara for the Palace Hotel Tokyo, the plate is ideal for the home kitchen, too, for both day-to-day and festive use.
The TY Palace porcelain collection is made of clay with a traditional Japanese technique used in the town of Arita for decades. The method and the material make the tableware extremely durable: the unglazed plate is resistant to heat and stains. As the clay used may contain traces of iron, the grey shade of the plates may vary slightly, making each plate totally unique. In addition to breakfasts, dinners and desserts, the TY Palace plate will delight outside the kitchen as a storage container for your favourite jewellery and other small treasures in the home.