Edo-Kiriko features designs like none other. Many of popular patterns were made during the Edo Period. They are derived from traditional tools used in daily life and from patterns found from nature, for example Yarai (bamboo palisade pattern), Nanako (fish-egg/fish-scale pattern), Sasanoha (bamboo leaves), chrysanthemum flowers, hemp leaf or Kagome (basket weave) etc...
Today, these pattern are also used either alone or in combination with others symmetrically.
The cut surface shines beautifully by its prism effect. Edo-Kiriko is perfect for use as tableware when serving guests as well as for display. Since Edo Kiriko uses high-class glass, it is also perfect as a gift for your parents or elders.
With elegant designs, the works of Edo-Kiriko will captivate anybody's heart.
The pattern of "Yarai" is a checkered pattern that combines thick and thin lines. Outlining the shape of a crossed bamboo palisade, this pattern represents a safety fence and it's said to have protective powers against evil spirits.
It is a simple pattern, but by changing the depth of the cuts, it shows different tastes and expressions, and is often used as Kiriko pattern. These traditional cutting pattern exist for over 180 years but still have modern impression.
Studio Taburo's beautiful "Edo-Kiriko" are carefully hand-created by experienced craftsmen in Tokyo.
Using a diamond wheel, Edo kiriko gains finely engraved patterns. The design for Taburo's Edo kiriko is based on traditional patterns, and the production is done by highly experienced craftworkers. EDO KIRIKO SHOTGLASS YARAI PATTERN is a perfect size for having sake, or as a liqueur glass. It is packaged in a wooden box so that it is excellent for a gift.
Contain..... 1 piece of shot glass
Capacity... 110 ml
Dimensions..... ø 56 mm x H. 100 mm
Wooden Box... L. 80 mm x W. 85 mm x H. 120 mm
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* Wash gently with warm and soaping water.
* Don't use in dishwasher and microwave oven.
* The color shown in the photos may be slightly varied from the actual color due to the lighting and color deviation of monitors.
"STUDIO TABURO" TOKYO/JAPAN
They uses a handmade glass for all their glassware products. At the each process such as glassblowing, cutting, sandblasting and shining, are taken carefully one by one by skilled craftsmen.
*Photo by Taburo Workshop in Tokyo.