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Glass mug free form 12cm

Glass mug free form 12cm

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'Tebineri' Glass free for mug

"Tebineri" is a pottery technique that does not use a potter's wheel and creates shapes entirely by hand. The shape created with the tebineri technique is faithfully transferred to glass, resulting in a vessel with a soft expression. It goes well with pottery and Japanese vessels, and is thick and durable, making it ideal for everyday use.

  • 12cm height
  • 300ml capacity

Made of Soda-lime glass, with ion and heat strengthening treatment at the Ishizuka Glass Company in Gifu prefecture, Japan.

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Ishizuka Glass Company's pursuit of glass manufacturing began with an order for vidro sculptures received from a feudal lord. Japan’s first melting techniques opened the road to mass production.

Ishizuka Glass originated in 1819 with the glass sculptures Iwasaburo Ishizuka made in the current Dota area of Kani City, Gifu Prefecture. Iwasaburo started with “vidro sculptures” ordered by the lord of the Owari Domain. Ishizuka Glass grew during the Meiji and Taisho eras, and has continued to wholeheartedly pursue glass manufacturing. They were the first in Japan to mass-produce highly transparent glass, which allowed us to make glassware a “familiar part of daily lives”.

ADERIA was born in 1961 when Ishizuka Glass fully entered the tableware industry.

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