Banksia Mamezara Plate
Named after the naturalist and botanist Sir Joseph Banks, Banksia is a genus of plants commonly found in certain regions of Australia. Defined by their ‘heads’ of tightly packed flowers, Banksia are rich in nectar and form a fundamental food source for native animals. Adapted to the harsh Australian climate, Banksia benefit from regular bushfires.
What is Mamezara
In Japanese, mame originally means beans, that signifies tiny/small, zara means dish. The Mamezara plates have been admired in Japan, and due to the vast array of designs, these plates are especially popular with collectors.
. Inspired and designed in Australia + crafted in Arita, Japan
. Made using a 400 year old tradition
. Arita porcelain
. Traditional cobalt blue
. 10.5 cm diameter
. For display or to serve
. Dishwasher and microwave safe
. Comes with matching gift box
. Collection them all