Skip to product information
1 of 7


Imari Pen Pot

Imari Pen Pot

18 in stock

Regular price $44.00
Regular price Sale price $44.00
Sale Sold out
Shipping calculated at checkout.

The Pen Pot is inspired by the creative and unintentional uses of objects in our home; Created as a multifunctional vessel and inspired by the ‘yunomi’ cups found throughout Japan and used in the Japanese tea ceremony. The piece can serve as a stylish pen holder, a coffee or tea cup, or even a little vase. The design pays homage to the Japanese philosophy of finding beauty and purpose in everyday objects, redefining functionality with an artistic touch. Read more.

This collection of beautifully considered objects combines the elegance of traditional Japanese craft with the contemporary functional aesthetics of modernist British design.

Each piece in our Imari collection has been produced exclusively for us using our designs by artisans at the Kanemon Kiln in Okawachiyama.Located in Imari, Saga Prefecture, and is often referred to as the "Village of Secret Kilns."

Each Pen pot is handmade using the traditional Nabeshima-Sometshuke colours and pigments.

To create this limited edition collection we have used hand-made techniques and any perceived imperfection in the material and finish is part of the unique character of each individual piece.



•Dimensions: 68 mmx88 mm


•Handmade at the Kanemon Kiln in Imari, Japan


•Free UK shipping for all orders over £100

•Free worldwide shipping for all orders over £300

•Currently our “Worldwide” delivery countries include the majority of destinations worldwide.

•EU Customers:All orders are now inclusive of all duties, VAT/taxes and handling fees in the shipping price. No more surprises when your order arrives.

•Rest of the world: All orders are shipped DDU (Delivered Duty Unpaid)

•If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase you can return it for an exchange or refund, provided it is within 30 days of receipt of your order and in sale-able condition

Read more about shipping and returns conditions here


View full details


The illustrious history of ceramics in Okawachiyama traces back to the time when shoguns established kilns in this region, primarily crafting pottery for their exclusive use.