Nanako pattern compote lagoon
The Nanako pattern (Uouko pattern) is a traditional Edo Kiriko pattern with a series of fish scales. Mr. Hiroaki Sakata's work does not cut like a cut glass, but blows it into a mold to give this pattern. The Nanako pattern changes its shade depending on the angle of light, shines in various expressions and makes the table look gorgeous.
There are 6 colors: salmon pink, lagoon, dry brown, indigo rat, amethyst, and pine needle color.
■Size: Diameter 10.7cm x Height 7.2cm
■ Support availability
Microwave oven ×
[Introduction of the creator]
Hiroaki Sakata, a glass artist produced in Toyama Prefecture.
It is made using the technique of blown glass, in which molten glass is inflated to create a shape.
Under the theme of glassness and personality, modern Japanese glass is expressed without being selfish.
Product images and products delivered are not exactly the same.
Everything is handmade, so the size, shape, color, pattern, and texture may differ from one to another.
Please refrain from purchasing if you cannot understand the individual differences of the container as individuality and facial expression.
We do not accept cancellations, returns or exchanges due to the customer's circumstances.