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BRUNCH Tumbler and Sake Cup
BRUNCH series is delicate production which put cut in the thin glass. It was created by challenging cut technology of the about 1950s.
Hirota Glass Studio has been specializing in Edo Kiriko glass-cutting techniques since its establishment in 1899.
Each product is handmade by artisans using traditional skills developed in Edo (present-day Tokyo).
φ2"5/8 x H4"3/4, 10oz
φ1"5/8" x H2"5/8, 2oz
Samekomon/Hemp Assorted Color set of 6
Using traditional patterns from the Edo period, these napkins are printed and sewn in Japan. Choose an assortment of colors and patterns to liven your place setting or stick to just your favorites.
Both side printed, one side it shark skin pattern and the other side is hemp pattern.
19"1/2 x 19"1/2 (50cm x 50cm )
100% Cotton, Machine washable
Made in Japan