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Edo Kiriko - Grape pattern, round shape pair

Edo Kiriko - Grape pattern, round shape pair

Regular price ¥16,500 JPY
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Edo Kiriko has been designated as a national traditional craft and a traditional craft of Tokyo.
It is said that it began in 1834 when Kubei Kagaya, a Bitoro shop in Odenmacho, Edo, carved carvings on the surface of glass.
The cut is deep and the finish is clear and gorgeous. We have standard patterns among Japanese patterns.
This is a masterpiece that shows the delicate craftsmanship that has been passed down from generation to generation.

A ``grape pattern'' cut pattern is applied to the ``Edo purple'' colored glass fabric.
The ``grape pattern'', which was brought over from the West in ancient times, is an auspicious pattern that means ``fertility'' in Japanese Buddhist art.
In China, grapes that bear a lot of fruit are considered a lucky charm that symbolizes "prosperity of descendants."
Although it is traditional, the design has a European cutting glass feel that goes well with modern table settings.

■ Glass size
Diameter 60 x height 59 (mm) / capacity 100ml

■ Country of origin
Japan

■ Material
Soda glass

■ Presentation box included
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