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Kamata Modern “Mizukagami (a water-mirror) Flower Vase”

Kamata Modern “Mizukagami (a water-mirror) Flower Vase”

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Kamata cut glass is an original brand of Glass Forest. It was named aiming the fusion of history between the Edo cut glass and Kamata, Ota-ku, Tokyo, the traditional manufacturing town.

“Mizukagami Flower Vase” is designed to enjoy “the glassy surface of water” as interior. Thanks to the the modern design made by gently crossing curved lines, the vase is suitable in both Japanese style and Western style rooms.

Awarded as grand prix in Tokyo Traditional Arts and Crafts Challenge Contest in 2013.
(Sponsored by Tokyo Metropolitan Small and Medium Enterprise Promotion Agency and Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Tokyo Edo Museum)

※The "Water Mirror Flower Vase" shown in the exhibition is one size larger than the piece that won the Governor of Tokyo Award.

Forming Mold blown and crystal glass
Machining Faceting (cutting technique)
Size 102㎜×190㎜
Box specification Cased in a wooden box
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