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Old wood tray


The material of this tray was fittings of a Japanese and Western-style house built in the 1920's.


Since it was a Engawa fittings, weather-resistant Hiba (Asunaro) was used so that it could withstand wind, rain and sunlight.


The bottom plate of the tray was originally a wainscot panel, and the south-facing side was naturally Uzukuri, unevenness of wood grain.


We dare to leave original traces of handwork and aging.


We hope that you will enjoy the charm of old materials that cannot be newly created.

  • ■ Product details

    Material: Old wood (Hiba)

    Size: 316 x265 x28 mm

    Coating: drying oil

  • ■Precautions when using

    *In order to retain the texture of the old wood, the sanding is done sparingly. There are original scratches, stains, and fluff. Please note that if you touch the back side with your bare hands, the thorns may stick.


    *Avoid washing with water as much as possible. If you want to remove dirt, wipe it off with a tightly wrung cloth.


    *Avoid using a microwave oven, dishwasher, or dish dryer.

  • ■ Precautions when purchasing

    *Colors may appear different on screen than in real life.


    * Due to the use of natural materials, the wood grain and color of the actual product may differ from the posted photos.


    *Because it is handmade, the size and shape may vary slightly.

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