Hirota Summer Morning Glory Edo Kiriko Cut Glass Soy Sauce Dispenser
The morning glories are one of Japan's favorite summer flowers because of their light, colorful blossoms and the beauty of their slender tendrils. It is also a motif that frequently appears on tableware because it carries a cool atmosphere in the summer heat.
The craftsmen cut each piece by hand. When placed on a table, this soy sauce jug will gently soothe you with the beautiful Japanese seasons.
An ancient color with a slight yellow tinge and the delicately faceted Kiriko design create a beautiful flower when the soy sauce is poured in.
Hirota Glass was the first company to produce the glass soy sauce dispensers with the frosted glass joint that are now the standard. Hirota Glass's soy sauce dispensers are not only beautiful, but also easy to use and have a reputation for not leaking or dipping, making them long sellers.
This piece is a perfect gift or for home use.
Hirota Glass is one of the oldest glass makers in Tokyo, founded in 1899. Based on the data of designs handed down to the company since its foundation, Hirota Glass has continued to produce a series of products that harmonize with contemporary home décor, while inheriting the traditional techniques of Japanese glassblowing and Edo Kiriko.
- Quantity: 1
- Dimension: D6cm(2.4in)×H11.3cm(4.4in)
- Capacity: 100ml(3.4oz)
- Origin: Made in Japan
- Brand: Hirota Glass
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