Yanako Pattern Free Cup Indigo
The Hanako pattern (Uoko pattern) is a traditional pattern of Edo Kiriko, which seems to be a series of fish scales. Mr. Hiroaki Sakata's work is not cut like a cut, but is blown into the mold and this pattern is applied. The color of the name changes depending on the angle of light, and it shines in various expressions, and the table is colored gorgeously.
There are six colors: salmon pink, lagoon, dead brown, indigo, amethyst, and pine needles.
Size: about diameter 8cm x height 11.5cm, capacity about 250 to 270ml
Whether or not it can be dealt with
Microwave oven ×
[Introduction of the creator]
Hiroaki Sakata, a glass artist produced in Toyama Prefecture.
We use the technique of blown glass to inflate melted glass to form it.
Under the theme of glass ness and identity, it expresses a new Japanese glass of the present age without being single-handed.
The product image and the product to be delivered are not exactly the same.
Because they are all handmade, the size, shape, color, pattern, texture, etc. differ from one point to point.
Please refrain from the purchase of the person who does not think of the individual difference of Utsuwa as individuality and the expression.
We do not accept cancellations, returns, or exchanges due to customer's circumstances.