Seikou Porcelain Assorted Floral Soup Spoons, Set of 5


This set of five floral soup spoons is perfect for serving ramen or miso soup to hungry guests. Made in Japan, the porcelain spoons feature delicate floral designs in a variety of colours - no two are the same. Each spoon has a short, flat handle and a wide, deep bowl for scooping and sipping fragrant broths.

Use these spoons to serve all kinds of soups, from Thai tom yum to Chinese hot and sour. The wide bowl makes it easy to scoop up vegetables, noodles and wontons.

Browse our range of ramen bowls to serve your soup in style.

About Seikou Porcelain

Japanese artisans, Seikou, started producing signature hand-painted porcelain nearly a hundred years ago. The family-owned business is loved in Japan for its ko-kutani style.

Kutani-yaki, or kutani-ware, is a technique that uses thick overglaze, bold colours and hand-painted detail. Kutani-ware pieces are often decorated with flowers, animals and geometric motifs. 

Seikou porcelain uses traditional techniques to create colourful, contemporary crockery that is both beautiful and practical. As well as intricate floral patterns, you'll find playful motifs such as dancing pandas, and charming bluebirds.

Use your Seikou tableware to create a richly patterned tablescape, with bold bright colours. Mix and match your favourite motifs, or choose a set with the same pattern.


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