The "Tai" which is a type of fish in Japanese is often used as a symbol of good luck because of its similarity to the last sound in "Omedetai" ("auspicious" or "lucky" in Japanese). Tai is often served at celebratory occasions.
Nishiki is a broad term for a traditional Japanese textile pattern with intricate stitches and weavings. Inspired by those patterns, nishiki is often used in ceramic design as well. This cute bowl is perfect for dips and dessert.
The Mason Cash In the Forest range is intricately embossed with woodland animals. The preparation bowls are made from chip resistant stoneware. The bowls store ingredients when preparing food and can be used as pinch pots, dip dishes and dessert dishes. Each bowl has a capacity of 5.9 floz, and are dishwasher and microwave safe. The dishes are in beautiful tones of green, red, ochre and grey. NOT AVAILABLE FOR SHIPPING
Made with Mason Cash's time-honored stoneware that is resistant to chipping and cracking, these preps bowls will be a durably elegant addition to your everyday baking preparation. With a 6oz capacity, these bowls are ideal for portioning ingredients when making batters, doughs, or other mixes. Each bowl features a spring-inspired glaze color with an embossed floral pattern - making them practical, elegant pieces that will let mixing tasks go smoother. NOT AVAILABLE FOR SHIPPING