This plate has durable body and protective glazed surface. Seven brown ring-like patterns (said to be modeled after horse eyes) decorate the inner rim of the large plate. The outermost edge is ringed in brown.
One of the world’s oldest and largest ceramic production sites remaining today, Seto has produced both high quality tea ceremony wares and utilitarian potteries. This plate, called ishi zara (stone plate), is a good example of the everyday type of Seto ware.