At a bit over 14 inches in diameter, this round platter is a stunning addition to your table. By mixing volcanic ash into the clay, Kido-san of One Kiln honors and highlights the beauty of the local active volcano called Sakurajima. His methods give the piece a wonderful dark color with iridescent highlights.
This large scale piece is great for showcasing nabe ingredients (as in our picture) or perhaps a bountiful selection of nigiri sushi.
At his studio One Kiln Ceramics, Kido-san creates handmade pottery that evokes the beauty of his native Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan.