mizore kutani hanazume (single)


Hanazume Style

Hanazume is the particular design to Kutani Ware.

This style was introduced in 1913 by Shiro Mizuta, a skillful craftsman in Kanazawa. A flower decoration covers the entire surface, and outlines are painted in gold. This style is representative of gorgeous Kutani-ware.

🔸Special collaboration of Kutani-yaki and "Mizore" processed glass

This beautiful Japanese sake glass is combined with a special glass processed like ice crystals and the stem made of Kutani ware in "Hanazume" style, a traditional craft of Ishikawa Prefecture.

 

The "Hanazume style" is extravagant, luxurious and highly sought after. Skilled craftsman hand-finishes each piece to create a truly unique pattern, no two are alike.

 

The shape of the glass adds to the beauty of the sake cup and brings out the mild flavour of the sake.

Dieses schöne japanische Sake-Glas ist mit einem speziellen Glas kombiniert, das wie Eiskristalle bearbeitet wurde, und dem Stem aus Kutani-Ware im "Hanazume"-Stil, einem traditionellen Handwerk der Präfektur ishikawa.

 

Das "Hanazume-Stil" ist extravagant, luxuriös und sehr begehrt.

Erfahrene Kunstler veredeln jedes Stück von Hand, um ein wirklich einzigartiges Muster zu schaffen, es gibt keine zwei gleichen.

 

Die Form des Glases trägt zur Schönheit des Sake-Bechers bei und bringt den milden Geschmack des Sake zur Geltung. 


"Mizore (Sleety)" finish

The finish of glass surface looks like frosting processed but this is made by special technology. 

 

Die mattierte Eiskristallfinish des Glases ist das Ergebnis einer speziellen Technik.

The shape of the glass adds to the beauty of the sake cup and brings out the mild flavour of the sake.

 

Die Form des Glases unterstreicht die Schönheit des Sakebechers und bringt den milden Geschmack des Sake zur Geltung.


Sake glass "Mizore Kutani - Hanazume”

  

[ contents / Inhalt ] 

    1 cup

[ dimension (approx.) / Maße (ca.)] 

    Φ. 7 cm x Height 11,9 cm

[ volume (approx.) / Volumen (ca.) ]

[ weight (approx.) / Gewicht (ca.) ] 

     98 g

[ Material ] 

     Porcelain (Kkutani ware) and Glas / Porzellan (Kutani ware) und Glas   

[ package / Verpackung ]

     original box

[ Hergestellt ] 

     made in Japan

 

Note:

- Do not use in a microwave oven or dishwasher 

 

Hinweis:

- Nicht in der Mikrowellen oder Spülmaschinen verwenden.

 

135,00 €

  • Lieferzeit 2-3 Werktage *1 / Shipping 2-3 working days *1

* Each glass comes in a original box.

* Wash gently with warm 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.

* Jedes Glas wird in einer Originalverpackung geliefert.

* Bitte waschen mit warmem Seifenwasser.

* Nicht in Spülmaschine und Mikrowelle verwenden.

* * Die tatsächliche Farbe kann je nach Monitor Einstellungen leicht abweichen.


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ISHIZUKA GLASS started in Japan in 1819.

Their pursuit of glass manufacturing began with an order for vidro sculptures received from a feudal lord. Japan’s first melting techniques opened the road to mass production. Ishizuka Glass grew during the Meiji and Taisho eras, and has continued to wholeheartedly pursue glass manufacturing. 

 

ADERIA was born in 1961 when Ishizuka Glass fully entered the tableware industry.

Name of the brand “ADERIA” derived from the name of Adriatic Sea, known as one of the birthplace of the glass.