Glass was made in Japan in the beginning of the Edo period, and it is clear that the inside is transparent and the outside is a glass with two colors of blue and so on. It is a technique called the Pokan method. And it makes a pattern by shaving the part of the outside color, and is widely loved as a craft. A collaboration work created from the fresh sense of design of Nakamura-san, a craftsman who inherited the technique, and Michio (Fukuda Misuzu). A cup and saucer with the image of a chrysanthemum fireworks blooming in the sky of Edogawa. By putting dots and squiggles, it made it a retro, cute and friendly design for young people.
Hiroko Nakamura (Nakamura Hiroko)
● Material / Raw material: Glass
● Size: [cup size] width 7.2cm x height 8.8cm, [sorter size] width 13.3cm x height 3.2cm, [box] length 16.3cm x width 16.3cm x height 9.3cm
● Weight (Product only) [g]: [Cup] 147, [Saucer] 142
● Total weight (including packing materials) [g]: 489
● Origin: Edogawa, Tokyo
● Brand name: Edo Kore! Edo Glass
● Handling precautions: It is not heat resistant glass. It may be broken or chipped due to strong impact or rapid temperature change. You can not use a microwave or oven.
・There is a case that color shading and small air bubbles are included on the cover glass.
・For each one handmade, there are some individual differences in the design and size and color.
Item No. WJC03665
Item weight 489.00g