Glass Tumbler Taisho-Roman set
Authentic Tokyo Glassware
Set of three glass tumblers with different patterns of “TAMATOKUSA”, “MAKIAGE”, and “KOSHI”
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.
In stock (backorders allowed)
|Area of production||
3 ( Tamatokusa, Makiage, Koshi)
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