Edo-Kiriko Old Rock Glass Pair – Sensuji Asanoha

Hand-cut glassware made by combining European glassmaking techniques with Japanese artistry.

£375 per item

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Made in the renowned Edo kiriko style in Tokyo, these tumblers have been carefully cut and polished by hand. Sensuji (a thousand stripes) refers to the striped pattern cut into the glass. Asanoha refers to the hemp leaf motif, an auspicious symbol in Japan, often used to wish for an infant’s good health. The glasses are presented in a box made from Paulownia wood.

Not dishwasher or microwave safe.

Size: H9.5 cm x Ø8.5 cm

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