Tare Bowl
Koizumi Studio

Starting at $64.00 USD
  • Introduction

    I am a Tare Bowl. I'm a little bowl of tin. Fill me up and then dip in! 

     

  • Curator's Notes 

     

    These radiant bowls are crafted of pure tin by skilled craftsmen in Takaoka City, an area renowned in Japan for its production of high-quality cast metal objects. Tin is an ideal material for tableware due to its natural antimicrobial properties and resistance to tarnishing. It also is great for keeping dishes chilled—just place the bowl in the fridge or freezer for a few moments before serving. But in addition to its functionality, the bowl has such a lovable, charming form, with gentle irregularities and a rustic simplicity. I love how the differing three sizes work together as a set. 

      

    Tare Bowl was curated by Angélique Chmielewski 

     

  • Designer/Maker 

     

    Designer: Makoto Koizumi

     

    Maker: Nousaku

     

  • Specifications

     

    Dimensions: 

    Small: 

    3.25” (w) x 3.1” (l) x 1.0” (h) or 82mm (w) x 79mm (l) x 25mm (h)   

    Medium: 

    3.75” (w) x 3.75” (l) x 1.1” (h) or 95mm (w) x 95mm (l) x 28mm (h)  

    Large: 

    4.4” (w) x 4.5” (l) x 1.5” (h) or 112mm (w) x 114mm (l) x 38mm (h)  

     

    Weight: 

    Small: 

    4.0 oz or 114 gr 

    Medium: 

    6.4 oz or 182 gr  

    Large: 

    8.7 oz or 248 gr 

     

    Materials:

    Tin

     

  • Details
    • Made in Takaoka, Japan
    • Due to the hand-crafted nature of the product, as well as the malleability of tin, each piece will vary slightly in dimensions
    • "Tare" means sauce in Japanese - these bowls are ideal as vessels for holding various dipping sauces, but function equally as well for serving sake or other small quantities of food
    • Hand-crafted with traditional casting techniques used for over 400 years in the region
    • Chill the cup in the refrigerator or freezer before serving to help keep its contents cold and fresh
    • We recommend hand washing with mild soap and wiping dry with a soft cloth
  • Return Policy
    Returns or Exchanges may be done within 14 days from purchase date. We kindly ask that all valid returns must be in unused condition with attached tags and packaging. Nalata Nalata will not accept any returned merchandise without prior written communication and valid Return Authorization Number. Upon inspection and approval, Exchange or Store Credit will be provided, No Refunds. All sale items and discounted merchandise are Final Sale and cannot be returned. Read More
Koizumi Studio Tare Bowl

Small

$64.00
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Koizumi Studio Tare Bowl

Medium

$76.00
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Koizumi Studio Tare Bowl

Large

$98.00
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Koizumi Studio Tare Bowl

Set

$220.00
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