Glass Tumbler “MAKIAGE” set of 3
Authentic Tokyo Glassware
Back Order Item
The set includes 3 glasses with pettern called ” Makiage”
This beautiful artisanal glass tumbler was made by skilled craftsmen in Tokyo Japan. This glassware is produced by using a special technique called “Nyuhaku Aburidashi” to create patterns.
The ” Aburidashi technique,which involves the shaping of glass in patterned mold to create opalescent colored designs in the glass surface, is a classic, old world glass making technique that enjoyed widespread popularity in Japan during the Meiji ( 1868-1912) and taisho(1912-1926) Periods, hence the name Taisho Roman ( ticism) Nowadays, it is rare to find glassware made using this technique with the exception of select antique glassware shops.
Available on backorder
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Clear with pattern
3.5”dia x 3.75”h 11oz cap Diameter 71mm height 66mm
Care & Use
- Non heat-resistance.
- Recommend washing by hand only.
- Do not use metal scouring pads, harsh abrasive, steel wool, scouring powder as it may scratch and weaken the glassware.
- Using dishwasher, oven, microwave, refrigerator are not recommended