A pick (shinogi) refers to the part where the embryo is scraped to form a protrusion. It is one of the techniques commonly used in ceramics. The difference from mentori is that the pick is used to decorate the embryo, while the surface is used to change the shape of the embryo. The bottom soil is white glaze on dark soil. Glazed by hand, the glaze is naturally flowing. Made of clay, occasionally water and gas are emitted, and the open texture runs out, all formed by the breathing of pottery. The above are normal phenomena. Contents include: a flower Inch method: about 120X60 (mm) ・ Ceramics are fragile. Handle with care. ・ Hand-made products, there are slight differences between products and cannot be as perfect as the volume of products, please think twice before buying. ・ Do not use in microwave ovens, ovens, induction cookers, gas stoves, and direct fires. ・ When cleaning, avoid using abrasive cleaning products such as abrasives, steel wool, and vegetable cloth. ・ The unglazed part may become dirty or cause color loss. Glazes may crack (open) due to thermal expansion and contraction. The above is normal, please use it with peace of mind.