A truly stunning single-flower vase crafted using the centuries-old Edo kiriko techniques.
The motif cut into the glass is of ripened crops swaying gently in the breeze ? the name hokaze contains the dual meaning of a 'fair wind' and 'harvest' and encapsulates the ideas of abundance and good fortune.
The beautifully rendered tones and engraving work perfectly with both Western and Japanese flower arrangements.
|Country of origin||Ibaraki, Japan|
|Technique||EDO CUT GLASS|
|Size||W1.81 * D1.81 * H7.09 in. (W4.6 * D4.6 * H18cm)|
|Electronic Equipment||Microwave x, Dishwasher x, Oven x, Direct flame x, Induction x|
|Note||Name engraving is not available.
Do not use metal scrubbers, cleansers, or bleach.
Avoid sudden temperature changes, as this can cause the crystal to break
Do not stack.
|Delivery Time||1-2 weeks (if out of stock + 1-2 weeks)|