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Traditional Edo Kiriko Cut Glass Tumbler Red in Wooden Box Made in Tokyo Japan
[Edo Kiriko Cut Glass - Yarai Monyou]
Edo Kiriko Cut Glass is one of the Nationally designated traditional crafts and "Traditional Crafts of Tokyo" selected by Tokyo Bureau of Industrial and Labor Affairs.
It is said that Edo kiriko was founded in 1834 by Kagaya Kyubei in Edo (present-day Tokyo).
Kiriko is a technique for cutting various patterns on the surface of glass using a metal plate or a whetstone, and is characterized by a combination of various traditional patterns.
The glass melted at 1350 degrees is finished into a double structure of transparent and colored glass by skillful technique, and the craftsmen of Edo Kiriko who have skillful technique carefully cut (shave) the glass one by one.
By cutting, the transparent glass inside can be seen from the colored glass on the surface, and the wonderful contrast between the transparent glass and the colored glass is highlighted by the traditional pattern and the design of the flower cutlet.
Size : 73mm(2.9inch) dia. 108mm(4.3inch) height.
Box Size : 136x90x90mm (5.4x3.5x3.5inch)
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