Hirota Arare Pattern Edo Glass Round Plate
This plate features a design reminiscent of plum blossoms in the center of a shimmering bumpy dot pattern, called "Arare".
The size is perfect for serving appetizers, side dishes, deserts or fruits. It is especially recommended for serving cold food, as it allows the cool atmosphere of the glass to shine through.
This piece is recommended as a gift or for home use.
The "Arare" pattern refers to the design used in cast iron kettle etc, in which large and small dots are lined up in rows. It is a simple and beautiful pattern of dots lined up in rows, and has long been loved in Japan.
However, expressing this pattern in glass required a high level of technical skill. During the mid-Edo period (1603-1867), pressed glass with patterns of bumpy dot was imported from overseas to Japan, but it was produced with a great deal of industrial technique and craftsmanship.
As Japanese glass technology improved with the times, the bumpy dot pattern was arranged with a Japanese flavor, and Japanese pressed glass, more clearly engraved than blown glass, became more durable and was produced in greater quantities due to high demand.
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: D15.8cm(6.2in)×H2.8cm(1.1in)
- Origin: Made in Japan
- Brand: Hirota Glass
ABOUT HIROTA EDO GLASS
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.View more Hirota Edo Glass items
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