2 sets of stacked Rinka bolws: (on the left from top) 8cm, 16cm, 24cm, (on the right from top) 16cm, 21cm.
All 5 sizes of Rinka bowls stacked and looked from side: (top to bottom) 8cm, 12cm, 16cm, 21cm, 24cm.
A 12cm Rinka bowl looked from side.
All 5 sizes of Rinka bowls stacked and looked from above: (top to bottom) 8cm, 12cm, 16cm, 21cm, 24cm.
3 sizes of Rinka bowls with shishito peppers: (clockwise from top right) 24cm with several pieces of shishito, 8cm with a piece of shishito with a set of chopsticks below, 12cm.
Side and bottom view of 21cm bowls.
Bottom view of 3 smaller Rinka bowls: (clockwise from right) 16cm, 12cm, 8cm.

Rinka Bowl by Kaneko Kohyo

Regular price $ 16.00
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These flower-like porcelain bowls give a warm, rustic impression. The larger bowls are perfect for your favorite side dishes on a holiday table. They also work as appetizer receptacles for chips or vegetable sticks with the smaller bowls of dip placed in the center. 

The smaller bowls can hold sauces and condiments nicely; they can also be used to hold soap bars or other small items. The three smaller sizes have three short legs on the bottom. 

Specifications

  • Porcelain
  • 3⅜" (D) x 1⅜" (H)  [8.5cm x 3cm]
  • 4⅞: (D) x 1¾" (H)  [12.5cm x 4.5cm]
  • 6⅜" (D) x 2" (H)  [16.5cm x 5cm]
  • 8⅜" (D) x 2¼" (H)  [21.5cm x 6cm]
  • 9¾" (D) x 2½" (H)  [25cm x 6.3cm]
  • Dishwasher and microwave safe
  • Made in Japan

Please Note

Tiny holes (called pinholes or pits), dark dots or uneven glaze colors may appear on the surface of this product. They occur naturally during firing and are not considered defects. In Japan, these qualities are thought to give character to individual ware.

Who Makes It

Kaneko Kohyo Ceramics was founded in 1921 in Toki city in the Mino region. The area is rich in high quality clay and has been producing pottery for over 1,300 years. Kohyo initially specialized in sake flasks, but has since diversified to produce a variety of tabletop ceramic wares.