My sister, Dori came out to visit me during the Memorial Day weekend, and she came bearing gifts. My favorite thing! These little gifts were itty-bitty and highly detailed dishes and pots of delicious Korean food. What a wonderful gift! A combination of my love for miniatures and Korean food, these were right up my alley.
I spent the good part of this morning capturing each meal (along with a penny to give you an idea of how small they really are) and had to post this. I used a little lens set given to me by my other sister, Darcie for Christmas last year (or the year before...I can't recall!). The macro lens worked very well and you would think that these were life-sized by the fine quality. "Best qwwalrity"...Darcie would say.
The thought and care used to paint these are evident and each little detail is near perfect. There were even tiny chopstick, spoons and chopstick rests. Each item of food and drink had to be placed into each of the dishes. My favorite is the Gujeolpan, the octagon shaped serving platter. Each of those wedges and the middle come out as individual dishes. Amazing!