Since 1616 the potters, artists, and kilns of the Arita region of Japan have produced highest quality porcelain tableware for both Asian and Western tastes. Produced in Arita, and shipped from the nearby port of Imari, exquisitely designed, pristine porcelain called “Imari” became sought after in stately homes of northern Europe, and a decorative staple of American aesthetics. Today’s producers in this area are building on 400 years of tradition and culture, craft and techniques, to address contemporary living.
"Newness Within Tradition"
Accents of Asia
After the table is set, you might want to add an Asian accent to the dining room or bar area. Please look at our collection of antique Imari ware and other Japanese ceramics for a museum-quality, one of a kind to enliven your interior.