Kutani Ware Tumbler with Hon Kin HanazumeRegular price ¥3,800
This is a tumbler made of Japanese Kutani ware.
It is made using a technique called hanazume, a technique that has been used since the Taisho Period (1912-26).
Hanazume is a decoration in which flowers are packed together without gaps.
The white background of this product allows the colors of the flowers to shine through.
Delicate and precise golden lines are used, making the tableware look like a work of art.
The single gold line near the bottom accentuates the elegance.
It is full of the charm of traditional Japanese craftsmanship.
A portion of the side is concave, making it easy to hold.
Since the cup weighs a good amount when filled with tea or other beverages, it is important to make it easy to hold.
In addition to its beauty, this attractive tumbler has ease of use and a unique design.
It is recommended for both home use and as a gift.
|Size||(D) 3.23inches x (H) 4.49inches|
|Material||Porcelain (Kutani ware)|
|Origin||Made in Japan, in Ishikawa Prefecture|