German-born Rabea Gebler mastered the art of Japanese woodturning and Urushi lacquering in Japan’s Ishikawa Prefecture. She developed a knack for the lost art of Wagatabon – a carving technique originated by roof-shingle craftspeople in Wagatani – which involves creating characterful ridges in chestnut slabs throughout the wooden grain. Look out for Gebler’s authentic, unique tableware that pays tribute to Japan's age-old craft.
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