After the technique of cutting glass was introduced from Europe to Japan, the Japanese people have adapted the cut glass to suit local tastes with their own patterns and named it Edo Kiriko.
This old pair is made with traditional Edo Kiriko style. It was created with the image of yarai, a bamboo palisade which was commonly used in townhouses during the Edo period in Japan. Consisting of intersecting diagonal lines, it is a simple yet alluring design. Crafted to bring out the best in your beverage, the stable bottom also has a beautiful pattern engraved using the Edo Kiriko technique.
A gem of delicate craftsmanship, this alluring glass will surely add color to your life.
|Country of origin||Tokyo, Japan|
|Technique||Edo Cut Glass|
|Size||φ3.26" * H3.42" (φ8.3 * H8.7 cm)|
|Weight||0.51 lbs (230 g)|
|Capacity||6.76 oz (200 ml)|
|Electronic Equipment||Microwave oven : X Dishwashing machine : X Direct fire : X IH : X Oven : X,|
|Delivery Time||1-2 weeks (if out of stock + 1-2 weeks)|