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  • Japanese Whiskey Glass
  • Japanese Whiskey Glass
  • Japanese Whiskey Glass
  • Japanese Whiskey Glass

Japanese Whiskey Glass

Founded in 1834 during the late Edo Period, Edo Kiriko, a traditional glass engraving technique, is characterized by smooth cuts with rounded edges, resulting in emery-sculpted glass that sparkles, glints and shows a different side of its beauty depending on where you view it from. This masterpiece was created from a collaboration between a glass manufacturer founded in 1922, and an artisan who carries on in the nearly 200-year old tradition of making Edo Kiriko glassware. Horiguchi Toru, 3rd generation Edo Kiriko master, uses Jikabuki, a manual glass blowing technique that doesn’t use a mold, to create this tiny glass.

Dimensions : diameter 2.5", height 2"

$126.00
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