This piece is ideal as serving platter, drinkware tray or as cheese board. Also stunning when displayed on the wall. 

Made in Japan.

The greatest feature of this piece is a small crack on the rim and that it was reinforced by the artist with golden brass rivets. It is a traditional repair technique for fine wooden ware which in result adds distinctive feature to cherished pieces. A perfect imperfection.

Fine birds-eye figure appeared partly on the front side of the item.


Beautiful golden colour of the wood comes from bayberry (wax myrtle) bark extract. It changes its shade and depth at an angle, showing the unique qualities of the grain and curvature of the wood.


Treated with liquid glass, which not only makes it food safe and free from oil stains, but also that it will retain its colour for many years and is maintenance free, water resistant and unlikely to decay. ( Read a blog article about liquid glass)

Measurements: approx

Diameter 45.0 cm Width 19.5 cm Height 1.5 cm 

Rimmed in approx 3.0cm width and slightly edged

Material: maple wood (single piece)

Quantity: unique

Artist: Kitayama Eita

Hand turned wooden platter - with rivets

  • About the Artist

    Kitayama Eita is a wood artist based in Miyagi, Japan. Meet the artist here. And if you are interested, read blog posts about his works.

  • Care

    After serving food, wash this item by hand with warm soapy water and sponge.

    Wipe off any water from the surface and leave it air dried before storing. 

    No dishwasher or microwave please.