Our kanso plate is the perfect size for a generous breakfast or a modest dinner. It’s slightly smaller than the original dinner plate. Use it for brunch for a slice of banana bread topped with walnuts, cream and honey or for taco night at home with the family.
approximately 21cm diameter x 1cm tall
Why you'll love it
Kanso is a Japanese concept that describes the understated beauty that we see in simplicity. It’s a reminder to make space for the things that bring us joy when we use them. The kanso plate sits comfortably between the dinner and fika plate.
If we have this item in stock it will be marked as 'ready to ship', if not it will be made to order. Making ceramics is a true labour of love and it's a lengthy process. It takes a minimum of three weeks (expect the wait to be longer in peak seasons like the lead up to Christmas). All pieces are handmade in Fremantle, Western Australia and we promise they’ll be worth the wait! Every piece is unique, featuring different curves and characteristics from the making and firing process. These irregularities in finish are part of the character of the piece and to be embraced as part of the aesthetic of handmade.
Due to the handmade process some variation in shape, glaze hue and size may occur from that pictured here. The speckled pattern in the plates is unpredicatble, varies from batch to batch and is unique to every piece. You can request lightly speckled or heavy speckled but allow an additional 3 weeks for production.
Shipping is free for orders over $150 Australia wide. For international orders, shipping is calculated at the checkout. If your country is not listed, please get in touch and we can provide a shipping quote. You can find more information on our Frequently Asked Questions page
Dishwasher & Oven Safe
Our stoneware is oven, microwave, dishwasher and food safe and is designed to be used every day.
Handmade in Australia
Winterwares ceramics are handmade in our Fremantle studio, by a small team of people. Each piece is designed to last many years of use.
Every piece a one of a kind
Due to the handmade process, slight variations will occur in the shape, glaze sheen and amount of speckles in every piece and should be embraced as part of the beauty of handmade.
My family and I are enjoying our new Kanso Plates, not only are they individually hand crafted and therefore beautifully imperfect, but also sturdy and practical.