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Tonnelet 2.5sun bowl

studio m'

  • ¥1,100 (Including tax)
Color
dark brown
    

Product Information

Size
  • φ78 mm
  • W78 mm
  • D78 mm
  • H46 mm
  • 100cc
Handling
  • Season Ceramic Wares
  • About Seasoning earthenware

    Ceramic is not as strong as porcelain or semi-porcelain, and its high water absorbency makes it susceptible to staining and, in rare cases, water leakage.
    We recommend that material number 1 be sealed before use.
    Material No. 9 should be treated by cooking porridge before use.
    *Sealing reduces the absorption of cooking ingredients and stains. However, it does not prevent them from being absorbed completely.

  • Microwave Safe
  • About Microwave Safe

    A microwave oven heats or cooks food very quickly using short electromagnetic waves, namely, microwaves. In most cases, the microwaves heat the water content of the food. However, in some cases, the microwaves concentrate on the carbonized (burnt) parts of the food, causing the temperature to rise higher than the other parts. For example, the microwaves concentrated on the carbonized (burnt) parts of stir-fried vegetables can create a large temperature difference in /on the tableware item, which may cause breakage. In addition to water content, oil content is also heated. The oil has a higher boiling point than the water, so it heats up at a higher temperature, creating a very large temperature difference between the parts that contain oil and the parts that do not, which can cause breakage.

    ・Never soak hot tableware in water or place it on the cold kitchen counter. Avoid rapidly heating frozen foods or putting [the cold tableware just taken out of the refrigerator] in the microwave. A rapid change in temperature will lead to “crazing” (chaps) or breakage.

    ※The products with gold or silver paintings, or applied with particular glazes are not microwave safe. We put a “Do Not Microwave” sticker on those items, so please confirm it.

    ※Accessories etc., made of other materials are excluded from microwave safe items.

  • Not Oven Safe
  • Dishwasher Safe
  • Notes on dishwasher use

    As for the products without the "Not Dishwasher Safe" stickers, please make sure to use them keeping the below matters in mind.

    ※If tableware items collide each other in the dishwasher, they will get broken.

    ※Most ceramic items absorb water. Even if the surface looks dry, there may still be some water in the tableware, which may cause your tableware to get moldy or smelly. So, please take it out of the dishwasher immediately after use, and dry thoroughly in a place where it can be exposed to the outside air.

  • Not Open Fire
Features
  • Color Shade Variations
  • Color Shade Variations

    Each piece has individual color shade variations. Affected by glazes and natural firing conditions such as changes in temperature, humidity and other climate elements and also how to receive the fire in the kiln chamber, each piece has own expression. It is really difficult to make the completed ware exactly same in color by firing and glazing even when the same materials are used. 100 pieces show 100 kinds of expressions, as it were.

  • Strong Color Irregularities
  • Strong Color Irregularities

    There are strong color irregularities of applying a glaze or slip, which are different from part to part in a piece of ware. For example, some parts are glazed thinly or thickly depending on the shape of the ware. That leads to part-to-part differences in appearance of the clay in a piece of ware.

  • Glaze or Slip Drips
  • Glaze or Slip Drips

    The glaze or slip may look like dripping. There is unevenness of a glaze or slip when they are applied to ware by hand. There also appear glaze drips or slip drips, which are caused by the glaze or slip flows during firing.

  • Rough Clay
  • Rough Clay

    The surface may be rough due to the use of rough or coarse clay.

  • Pinholes
  • Pinholes

    Pinholes may be seen clearly on the surface. Pottery (earthenware) is mainly made from earth, and green ware contains a lot of air while biscuit firing. While glazed firing, this air inside the biscuit ware becomes air bubbles, which remain and look like small holes on the surface of the glazed part. Those small holes are called pinholes.

  • Crazing (Chaps)
  • Crazing (Chaps)

    Crazing (having chaps) may appear clearly on the glazed part. The “direct” crazing means having chaps originally. The “aging” crazing means having chaps over time as you use the tableware item. There is a difference between the shrinkage rate of the glaze and that of the clay, so crazing occurs. Note that those cracks do not come from the damage of tableware items. They might appear just before use, but it is no problem in terms of use. They appear on the surface of pottery (earthenware) and semi-porcelain.

  • Iron in Powder
  • Iron in Powder

    Iron in powder may be seen clearly on the surface. Pottery (earthenware) is made from earth, which contains iron. After firing green ware, iron appears on the surface in the form of black dots. Red or black earthen clay contains much more iron, and as a result, not a little iron in powder may appear on the surface of tableware items made from this type of clay.

Materials (Number)

Ceramics are handled differently depending on the material. MARUMITSU POTERIE attaches a material number sticker to ceramic products. Please note the material number when handling the product in order to ensure long use.

Pottery

  • Pottery

made in JAPAN

CODE
181166

Wondering which tableware item should be picked out for serving side dishes to finish off a Japanese-style table setting? We have got the "Tonnelet" bowl, inspired by the cylindrical shape with the bottom bulge of a small cask (Tonnelet in French) for that purpose. A smaller-sized decent bowl with a foot to spotlight the natural warmth of pottery tableware. Compactness and a rustic and warm feel merge into other tableware items. On the edges, where the glaze is applied thinly, the coarse texture of the clay can be felt. Available in White, Green, Brown with eye-catching deep color variations because the glaze flows and accumulates from part to part. [8 round bowl] is just so good for arranging a very small portion of boiled beans or a seasonal delicacy, etc. Let's have a go at using "Tonnelet" items to serve side dishes at the usual table!

TONELET

トヌレ



素朴な副菜の器

ご飯に味噌汁、主菜をプレートに盛りつけて、最後のちょっとした一品は何の器にしようかな、と思ったときについ手にとりたくなる小鉢。

素朴で温かみのある雰囲気と、空間に収まりやすいコンパクトな形が他の器との相性も良く、使いやすいシリーズです。



たくさんの器が所狭しと並ぶ、一汁三菜の食卓はコーディネートも楽しみの一つです。

献立に合わせて大きさと形を決め、素材や色をしぼりこんでその日に使う食器を選びます。


食器棚に並ぶお気に入りの器を見ていると、目に入りやすい主役級のものにまず手を伸ばしてしまうのですが、

それを支える縁の下の力持ちのような器も必要になってきます。

トヌレは言ってしまえばそんな脇役の器。

一汁三菜の食卓の中での使いやすさを考えてつくりました。



トヌレはフランス語で小樽という意味で、樽のように少し張り出した切立の形から名付けました。

飯碗や皿、鉢など、器をたくさん並べるときに、この円柱型で少し高さのあるコンパクトな形がちょうどよく収まります。

縁はぽってりとさせ、側面に丸みをつけることで、切立型でも温かみを感じられるバランスにこだわりました。



シンプルな形だからこそ、土は素材感がたっぷりの荒土を選びました。

特に口元には土の質感がよく現れています。



色は粉引、オリーブ、ビターの3色。

いずれも料理や他の器と合わせやすい色を選びました。


粉引はぽってりとした温かみのある黄みがかった白。

オリーブは黄みがかった渋いグリーン、ビターはこってりと深みのある飴色です。

赤みがあり、ざらざらとした土の粒が、粉引や釉薬の色をより味わい深いものにしています。




3.5寸鉢は納豆やおひたし、白和え、煮物などを入れるのにぴったりなサイズ。

2.5寸鉢には煮豆や珍味をちょこっと入れて。

いつもの食卓を支えるおかずをトヌレに盛り付けてみませんか。

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