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'Stripes' tumbler

'Stripes' tumbler

Item# HIRO16STR712WHI
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  • Milky white
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Using a unique Japanese handcrafting technique, Hirota has produced a series of decorative glasses that combine tradition with contemporary design. Created using a rare centuries-old method known as 'aburidashi', the distinct opalescent pattern found on the 'Stripes' tumbler is formed from bone ash and a precise process of rapidly heating and cooling the glass at the time of moulding. The result is an artistic and sophisticated pattern that throws back to the Meiji (1868-1912) and Taisho (1912-1926) periods, when such a style was dominant.
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Using a unique Japanese handcrafting technique, Hirota has produced a series of decorative glasses that combine tradition with contemporary design. Created using a rare centuries-old method known as 'aburidashi', the distinct opalescent pattern found on the 'Stripes' tumbler is formed from bone ash and a precise process of rapidly heating and cooling the glass at the time of moulding. The result is an artistic and sophisticated pattern that throws back to the Meiji (1868-1912) and Taisho (1912-1926) periods, when such a style was dominant.
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Wallpaper* says
Using a unique Japanese handcrafting technique, Hirota has produced a series of decorative glasses that combine tradition with contemporary design. Created using a rare centuries-old method known as 'aburidashi', the distinct opalescent pattern found on the 'Stripes' tumbler is formed from bone ash and a precise process of rapidly heating and cooling the glass at the time of moulding. The result is an artistic and sophisticated pattern that throws back to the Meiji (1868-1912) and Taisho (1912-1926) periods, when such a style was dominant.
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Diameter 82mm
height 80mm
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Technical
Glass
Diameter 82mm
height 80mm
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