I am a Cara Dish. 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: 7.08" (w) x 7.08” (l) x 1.5” (h) or 180mm (w) x 180mm (l) x 38mm (h)
Weight: 0.55 lbs or 0.25 kg
Materials: Linden Wood
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