I am a linden wood dish. I am the product of my mother and father, the bowl and the plate. Ideally I’m used for salad, but I don’t mind being treated to an ice cream sundae every once and a while too.
When salads are served on wooden dishes, they look more appetizing. These dishes make the simple act of eating your meals more enjoyable. I personally like to use them for my stews and soups. The curvature of the edges makes it easy to pick up and slurp. I also like the sound that it makes when my spoon or fork comes in contact with the wooden dish.
"Cara" is a series of egg-shaped tablewares making the most of the warmth of wood as a material and Japanese thin-wood-curving techniques. The curvatures of the pieces are meant to mimic the egg so as to fit gently within your hands.
Cara Dish was curated by Stevenson Aung
Maker: Takahashi Kougei
Designer: Rina Ono
Dimensions: 8.75” (w) x 8.75” (l) x 1.5” (h) or 222mm (w) x 222mm (l) x 38mm (h)
Weight: 0.55 lbs or 0.25 kg
Materials: Linden Wood
I am a linden wood bowl. I’m perfect for cereals, soups, stews, oatmeal, snacks, porridge and rice. Also, good for small fruits like cherries and grapes.$65.00
I am a linden wood cup. I was carved out of a single piece of wood, so my grain is continuous and lovely. Not to brag too too much. I’m the perfect serving for a person and you will love touching my curves.$50.00
We are a linden wood dinner setting. Let me tell you a bit about my family, we’re one part plate, one part dish and one part bowl. Like most families, we sometimes need our personal space, but we always find time to come together for special occasions. That’s the Cara family tradition.$178.00
I am a linden wood egg holder. I’m an elegant and natural way to serve your boiled eggs every morning. I’m a little thing that makes your mornings more delightful.$18.00