KUDE tray – HAKKAKU –
Octagon wood tray with KUDE-SHOUJI work handmade one by one by an artisan. Order to made. Custom order available.
Favorite things to favorite spot
When you spend your quality time with yourself, this tray will enhance the quality. Put your favorite book, smart phone and drink on the tray then bring it to your favorite spot in your home. Is it on the bed? Is it the back yard? Every time when you reach the items you put on the tray, you will see the delicate design which you picked.
Handmade for you – made to order –
This item is made per order. An artisan will create your tray after receiving order from you. This is made by a certified Japanese traditional craftsman. The pattern and body are used skills of “KUDE-SHOUJI” which is our local traditional craft of Kagawa where we are. The craft is also known as “KUMIKO” the craft assembling wood pieces without using nails or screws. By using this skill to create the tray, the product becomes lighter and it enhances the products durability compare to the panel of wood laser cut.
Great for afternoon light gathering
Set sandwiches. sweets and drink for one parson on a tray for numbers of guests. Once guests were arrived, pass a tray sat for the guest and guide them to the back garden or sitting room. The presentation with the tray WILL impress your guests. It would be great for light afternoon gathering with your close friends in Spring or Summer.
PATTERN : SIMPLE
PATTERN: CUSTOM ORDER
Size / Weight
point to point : 278 mm
side to side : 257 mm
point to point : 258 mm
side to side : 232 mm
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acrylic board / wood board / glass plate
Precautions for use
Do not soak in water or any liquid.
Wipe with soft wet cloth then wipe with dry cloth.
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