Kaneko Kohyo Rinka Ceramic Condiment Bowls (Set of 4)

Bs445

Rinka Ceramic Condiment Bowls (Set of 4)3cm (h) x 8cm (d) / 1.2" (h) x 3.1" (d)

Bs445

Rinka Ceramic Small Bowls (Set of 4)5cm (h) x 16cm (d) / 2.0" (h) x 6.3" (d)

Bs1,050

Rinka Ceramic Bowls (Set of 4)8.5cm (h) x 16.5cm (d) / 3.3" (h) x 6.4" (d)

Bs1,350

Rinka Ceramic Medium Bowls (Set of 4)6cm (h) x 21cm (d) / 2.3" (h) x 8.2" (d)

Bs1,500

Rinka Ceramic Large Bowls (Set of 4)6.5cm (h) x 24cm (d) / 2.5" (h) x 9.4" (d)

Bs1,850

Rinka Ceramic Dinner Plates (Set of 4)3cm (h) x 27cm (d) / 1.2" (h) x 10.5" (d)

Bs1,850

Rinka Ceramic Dessert Plates (Set of 4)3cm (h) x 21cm (d) / 1.2" (h) x 8.2" (d)

Bs1,150

Rinka Ceramic Large Serving Platter3cm (h) x 23cm (w) x 30cm (l) / 1.2" (h) x 9.0" (w) x 11.7" (l)

Bs520

Rinka Ceramic Side Plates (Set of 4)3cm (h) x 24cm (d) / 1.2" (h) x 9.4" (d)

Bs1,450

Rinka Ceramic Bread Plates (Set of 4)3cm (h) x 17cm (d) / 1.2" (h) x 6.6" (d)

Bs925

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Rinka Ceramic Soup Cups (Set of 4)6cm (h) x 15cm (w) x 12cm (l) / 2.3" (h) x 5.9" (w) x 4.7" (l)

Bs1,100

Rinka Ceramic Oval Serving Plates (Set of 4)3.5cm (h) x 14.5cm (w) x 18cm (l) / 1.4" (h) x 5.7" (w) x 7.0" (l)

Bs815

Rinka Ceramic Shallow Serving Bowl5cm (h) x 19cm (w) x 28cm (l) / 2.0" (h) x 7.4" (w) x 10.9" (l)

Bs465

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Rinka Ceramic Cups (Set of 4)14.5cm (h) x 7cm (d) / 5.7" (h) x 2.7" (d)

Bs1,050

Rinka Ceramic Mugs (Set of 4)9cm (h) x 8.5cm (d) / 3.5" (h) x 3.3" (d)

Bs970

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Kaneko Kohyo’s Rinka dinnerware always brings a warm, rustic feel to the dining table. These small scallop edged bowls have a warm, rustic feel thanks to their earthy tones and low-gloss finish. We like using them to serve pickled vegetables and condiments. They come in a set of four.

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Meet the Maker:

Kaneko Kohyo

A century ago Kaneko Kohyo fired its first porcelain at a mountaintop kiln in Toki, Japan. The pottery studio is best known for its inimitable, high-quality ceramics.