TSUGARU VIDRO

Sake Glasses (Set of 3)

R 360.00
  • Sake Glasses (Set of 3)
  • Sake Glasses (Set of 3)
  • Sake Glasses (Set of 3)
  • Sake Glasses (Set of 3)

TSUGARU VIDRO

Sake Glasses (Set of 3)

R 360.00

Hand blown glass sake glasses made from heat resistant glass, in order to drink chilled or heated sake. The textured surface assists with heat retention and the glass can be heated to 120 degrees.

It can be bought with the same style glass 260ml sake carafe.

Capacity: 70ml / Height: 47mm

The four seasons are very important in Japan and these are linked with food, giving of gifts and also the designs for the hand-blown glass products of Tsugaru Vidro, produced by a group of artisans in Aomori Prefecture, at the most Northern tip of the main Honshu island. The company history with glass stretches back to 1949 and over the years a range of products were produced, culminating in 1977 in the hand blown glass products still being produced using techniques honed over the years.

While there is an emphasis on tradition, new technologies are incorporated to ensure products incorporate detailed, rich, seasonal colours. As the company states: “Inspired by Japan’s changing seasons, our pieces are known for the friendly warmth they evoke. Our craftsmen create chic vases, stunning ornaments, and gorgeous dinnerware durable enough to use at every meal, with the hope their work will add beauty to your daily life.”

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Hand blown glass sake glasses made from heat resistant glass, in order to drink chilled or heated sake. The textured surface assists with heat retention and the glass can be heated to 120 degrees.

It can be bought with the same style glass 260ml sake carafe.

Capacity: 70ml / Height: 47mm

The four seasons are very important in Japan and these are linked with food, giving of gifts and also the designs for the hand-blown glass products of Tsugaru Vidro, produced by a group of artisans in Aomori Prefecture, at the most Northern tip of the main Honshu island. The company history with glass stretches back to 1949 and over the years a range of products were produced, culminating in 1977 in the hand blown glass products still being produced using techniques honed over the years.

While there is an emphasis on tradition, new technologies are incorporated to ensure products incorporate detailed, rich, seasonal colours. As the company states: “Inspired by Japan’s changing seasons, our pieces are known for the friendly warmth they evoke. Our craftsmen create chic vases, stunning ornaments, and gorgeous dinnerware durable enough to use at every meal, with the hope their work will add beauty to your daily life.”