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This listing is for 4 Lacquer miso soup bowls and 4 Asian style deep spoons.
These bowls are made in Japan with a connotation of the Japanese culture. Lacquer ware has been an Eastern Asian craft with a wide range of fine and decorative arts, dinner ware and other kind of objects for a long history. It was discovered that human being started creating lacquer ware bowls and water jars 7000 years ago. At that time, people took the sap of the lacquer tree to varnish wooden objects. In modern time, the lacquer can be used to finish plastic and other material objects.
Color: Black exterior with golden crane design. Red interior. Crane in Asian culture is a metaphor of longevity.
•They are artful and collectible. They can also be used for serving rice, miso soup or other soup. Bowl size: about 4.5" diameter, and about 2.75" tall.
Thin and light weight are the features of top lacquer ware. These bowls are very thin meaning they are top lacquer ware. These lacquer bowls are much easier to clean and maintain than the wood ones. PBA free. Top Dishwasher safe. NOT microwavable. The flowers in the listing picture is NOT included.
This listing is for a lacquer bowl set. They are made in Japan and are widely used in Japan. They are usable as well as artful and collectable. In USA, you can find this kind of bowls that are popularly used in Japanese restaurants as miso soup bowls. This listing is not for ceramic or porcelain bowl set. Lacquer ware has been an Eastern Asian craft with a wide range of fine and decorative arts and dinner ware and other kind of objects for a long history. It was discovered that human being started creating lacquer ware bowls and water jars 7000 years ago. At that time, people took the sap of the lacquer tree to varnish wood objects because the lacquer sap finish was shining, durable, hard and waterproof. People usually used lacquer to finish wooden objects. However, today in modern time, the lacquer can be used to finish objects made of plastic and other materials. Today, the lacquer objects can be dinnerware, statues, prints, and many collectable arts. The lacquer ware technology is most popular in Japan and China. Ceramic and porcelain objects use glaze to finish rather than use lacquer because ceramic and porcelain objects need to be baked in a kiln with thousand degree temperature. Lacquer does not work for ceramic and porcelain items.
1 Set 4 Pieces Golden Crane Lacquer Rice Miso Soup Bowl Bowls + 4 Pieces Spoons Red black NEW B00RW2SWRM