Arita 1616 - TY Anise Bowl - Grey

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A new addition to the TY Standard series that was first launched in 2020. The name Anise is derived from the word for octagon as, in various beliefs, the number 8 is well known as a symbol of resurrection, completion and prosperity.

Easy to stack, the bowls come in two sizes.
In addition, the material of the bowls is a high-density clay that is extremely heat and stain resistant (even without glaze) and can therefore be machine washed and can be put into the microwave and oven.

Anise Bowl 150
Φ150 × H40mm

Anise Bowl 220 
Φ220 × H40mm

Brand description

Arita 1616 is a pottery brand from Japan with real history. Its name is a testament to its craftsmanship roots – Aritayaki is a kind of Japanese pottery that originated in the ancient ceramics town of Arita, Japan, having been introduced by the Koreans in 1616. Arita’s ceramics craftsmen still thrive in this area, and drawing on local talent enabled designer and creative director Teruhiro Yanagihara to bring his vision for 1616 Arita Japan to life. Pieces today are still produced in the same factories used for 100s of years, but with a more modern approach – everyday, elegant pottery pieces of true artistry.