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Collaboration of glass and lacquerware JAPAN Glass Tamenuri

Collaboration of glass and lacquerware JAPAN Glass Tamenuri

Regular price $127.00 USD
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“JAPAN Glass” is a glass that can be said to be the crystallization of traditional Japanese technology, combining glass with the joining technology of Seihodo, which handles “Kutani Wa Glass”, on wooden legs with traditional Echizen lacquer.

“Tame-urushi” is also called “tamenuri”, and it is finished by applying a thick layer of translucent amber-colored lacquer to the surface. Along with the beauty of the lacquer, you can feel the lightness and durability of the wooden legs, as well as the pleasant warmth when you hold it in your hand.

Please enjoy "JAPAN Glass" finished with Japanese craftsmanship for a long time.

Leg material Japanese zelkova wood
  • Champagne glass: diameter 76 mm x height 214 mm
  • White wine glass: diameter 76mm x height 200mm
  • Red wine glass: diameter 83mm x height 215mm
Remarks 1 piece in wooden box

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