Kintsugi Collection Fine Bone China Porcelain Soup Plates – Set Of 6

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Why you'll love it

This Kintsugi 21cm Soup Plate Set of 6 is part of our contemporary tableware porcelain Kintsugi Collection which has been created to bring a beautiful feel to your home – a reminder of the fragility of life and beauty of imperfection. Finely crafted from cruelty-free FBC porcelain with an applied layer of gold on top, the dinner plates feature a wide border of elevated broken lines, designed as a contemporary interpretation of ancient Japan. Each item has a different number at the back from the Kintsugi collection e.g. one (一), two (二), three (三), four (四).. The set forms a pattern reflecting broken and glued with an ancient kintsugi technique porcelain. All of our porcelain is hand decorated and the porcelain is checked for quality, making each piece unique.

  • A set of 6
  • Ideal for a gift
  • Made with collaboration with a porcelain manufacturer with a history dating back to 1860
  • Hand-applied 24-carat gold Kintsugi pattern
  • Dishwasher safe
Weight0.25 kg
Dimensions21 × 21 × 1.2 cm




Diameter Ø


Dishwasher Safe

Preparation before use

  • Wash both sides of a board with a soft sponge and a kitchen mild detergent before your first use. Rinse it well. A board impregnated with water has the effect to reduce getting food’s juice or smell into the board while keeping original wooden scent for longer.
  • For Aomori Hiba boards, the easiest and most efficient way to prevent your board from splintering is to oil it with mineral oil or use beeswax. For more information, check out our article on Oiling your cutting board, why, how, what with and when? 

Daily care and maintenance

  • After use of a board, please wash it using a soft sponge with a kitchen mild detergent. Rinse it well, before wiping off any water to keep in dry condition.
  • When you sterilise, wash it with a kitchen mild detergent first, then pour boiling water over a board. If you don’t wash it before the disinfecting, smell of foods may remain.
  • If you use bleaching agent, impregnate a board with water before applying the bleach to avoid getting the smell into the board.
  • Avoid direct sunlight. Ideally, put a board in an airy place in the shade when you dry outside. Direct sunlight may cause warps or cracks.
  • If darkening appears, wash a board using a sponge with a cleaner.
  • Dark areas and spots can be removed by polishing with 200 grit of sandpaper. You may also apply bicarbonate soda with a water. Leave such mix on stained areas for a couple of areas, then rinse with water.  Note that some stains cannot be removed perfectly depending on the depth of scratch by knife cuts.
  • Avoid using a dishwasher or dryer for cleaning board. Any harsh detergents or high temperature might cause serious damage, deterioration, warp and crack. 

Precautions for Use

  • Since this product is made of natural wood, little warp may happen, depending on how humid your environment is. It is unavoidable due to characteristics of a material. If it happens, get a surface of a board wet, then put the convex surface up and leave it for a couple of hours. It will be restored to an original condition.
  • Do not dry a board by putting it into a microwave or oven as it may crack.
  • Note that washing with a hard material like a scrubber might cause bruises on a board.

Product Description

To create our Kintsugi Porcelain Collection, we collaborated with an European porcelain manufacturer Karolina, whose history dates back to 1860 to bring you a product which is a result of years of experience. All of our porcelain is hand decorated and the porcelain is checked for quality, making each piece unique. A 24-carat gold Kintsugi pattern is applied by hand to the finely crafted cruelty free Fine Bone China (FBC) porcelain, for a contemporary interpretation of ancient Japan.

About the art of Kintsugi 

woman selecting porcelain for Kintsugi plates

The Japanese art of Kintsugi teaches that broken objects, especially porcelain are not something to hide but to display with pride and we wanted to remind that to everyone. When a bowl, teapot or precious vase falls and breaks into a thousand pieces, we throw them away angrily and regretfully. Yet there is an alternative, a Japanese practice that highlights and enhances the breaks thus adding value to the broken object. It’s called kintsugi (金継ぎ), or kintsukuroi (金繕い), literally golden (“kin”) and repair (“tsugi”).

This traditional Japanese art uses a precious metal – liquid gold, liquid silver or lacquer dusted with powdered gold – to bring together the pieces of a broken pottery item and at the same time to enhance the breaks. The technique consists of joining fragments of porcelain and giving them a new, more refined aspect. Every repaired piece is unique, because of the randomness with which ceramics shatters and the irregular patterns formed that are enhanced with the use of metals.

When designing Kintsugi Collection, we took inspiration from this ancient Japanese art of pottery repair. By repairing broken ceramics it was possible to give a new lease of life to pottery that could become even more refined thanks to its “scars”.

About our Fine Bone China porcelain

Fine Bone China (FBC) porcelain products are characterised by a cream shade and high translucency. These features result from the firing conditions and the composition of the mass. Oishya Home’s tableware collection is made from cruelty-free Fine Bone China, therefore New Fine Bone China. For this collection, we collaborated with a European porcelain manufacturer who has perfected the special technique achieving ivory-coloured porcelain with high translucency, the so-called Fine Bone China. Our tableware is produced with high-quality imported raw materials, including kaolins (48%), quartz (20%) and feldspar (30%). The manufacturer has valid quality approvals obtained from suppliers for all raw materials used in production. Additionally, raw materials are tested in the factory laboratory on the basis of the stands BN, PN and ZN before being introduced to the production.