Under the restrained lifestyle of everyday life, we produced tableware that prevents food from being served and thrown away as much as is absolutely necessary. A slightly smaller but more sincere bowl and double-sided plates were studied as a healthy dish that could hold a little less. They are all scientific safeguards that immediately respond to all foods affected by chemicals such as strong acids and pesticides in food. If the food is discolored when it is stored in an Yu-gi dish, the food is spoiled. It would be better to appreciate this material and its use, which sends a signal to protect our health.
Areum Bowls are made of large, medium and small sizes. Inside curve Unlike outside figures, show the technological prowess of intangible cultural assets. It also has a shiny polishing finish inside and a brush finish and a polishing finish outside.
Yu-gi plates can be used on both front and back sides. Plates is one of the important dishes in our table culture that can be served with a variety of food. Some dishes may be mixed with soup or with spice, and others may be plainly roasted or boiled. The shape and orientation of the dish also vary according to these various food. It is a difficult task to produce multiple possibilities to accommodate them in a single dish.
We designed by dividing the shape of a concave deep dish for broth and a plate for dry food. When a dish is used back and forth, each function is presented. This is similar to the familiar Eo-bok dish(also referred to as a king belly or a fish belly) that our ancestors have used.
Bronzeware(Copper 78% + Tin 22%)
Ø 200 x 9.5 / Ø 228.5 x 9.5 / Ø 254 x 9.5
Ø 200 x 68 / Ø 228.5 x 68 / Ø 254 x 68
No. 77 Intangible Cultural Property of Brassware Making (Yugijang)