The "MODERN CLASSIC" series is all hand-made by craftsmen, so there may be slight black spots of iron powder, spots of air bubbles, traces of glaze flow, etc. Just like the 1900s Brocanto that we aimed for, we value the traces of handiwork, so please understand before purchasing. All items that have problems with safe use such as cracks, chips, or distortion are inspected and repelled.
"Oval plate" of the MODERN CLASSIC series. This is M size.
An old French oval plate that our director Yuko Watanabe likes to use. I especially like the gentle white plain fabric from the late 1800s and early 1900s, not too big, not too long, thin and elegant.
Such "just right oval plates" are so popular that they are not available in Japan.
Therefore, at our shop, we have prepared glazes, thicknesses, and handles so that you can enjoy them at the dining table together with our popular original cafe au lait bowls. Brushup.
This M size has a long side of about 7 cm and is the most used size anyway. Not only can it be used as a single plate, but it can also be used as a main dish, with salads, desserts, fruits, rice and bread. Anyway, it is a size with many uses. As you can see in the second photo, you can also place things around the table such as salt and pepper, oil, and cutlery to create a stylish look.
A heavy oval is usually put away in the back of a cupboard, but we created the best balance using 3D modeling to make it as thin and elegant as possible so that it can be used as a starting member at the dining table.
The gentle radius of the rim not only catches juicy food, but it also makes it easy for fingers to catch when bashing, and creates a thin and beautiful light reflection on the edge when stacked. It's really beautiful when stacked up, so it's perfect for "showable storage" such as open kitchens, and for use in restaurants, cafes, and other restaurants.
How about not only cooking, but also desserts and fruits? High quality Japanese porcelain. It is a confident product created through trial and error with reliable craftsmen.
The proportions are based on French brocantes from the late 1800s to the early 1900s, and are modernized with a focus on thinness that will get worn out if you go any further. It has a soft, smooth and round feel, but the details are tense.
The slightly greyish white glaze gives a gentle impression, and we also took into consideration the ease of use at home. There is a gray "FOOD FOR THOUGHT" logo on the bottom.
Plain white, thin and elegant oval plate that is hard to find. Brocanto with little feeling of use is expensive and difficult to find.
I would like you to buy this as a standard product, so I will continue to make it. It is very convenient to have it for your family, and it is also suitable for professional use in restaurants, cafes, etc.
Alternatively, it is plain and can be used for any purpose, so it is perfect as a gift for marriage or new life!
made in Japan
Long side: 21.7cm / Short side: 15.5cm / Height: 2.5cm
*Can be handled in the same way as normal porcelain products. A microwave oven and a dishwasher are OK, too. Oven and direct fire are not allowed.
*Since all processes are done manually by craftsmen, there may be very slight individual differences that are unique to ceramics. However, there are slight differences such as 1-2mm size differences, 1-2mm spots, glaze flow and irregularities, and slight color differences due to glazing and firing. There is no problem in practical use.
*Please handle with care as it may be damaged by strong impact.
*This product is strictly inspected by FOOD FOR THOGUHT, and we only sell products that have been confirmed to be non-defective.
*Due to the characteristics of the product, we cannot accept any returns or refunds. Please purchase after understanding.