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Handmade by Daisaku & Nomichi Hashimura in Japan


Matte surface with watercolour style. A chopstick rest, a knife holder or spoon rest, used to keep things off the table and to prevent them from being contaminated and rolling. Can be used as a dish for special little sweets.


Tea strainer is not included in this product.


Dimensions: w-6cm x h-1cm


Daisaku Hashimura has worked in various places as a glass artist, not only around Japan but also going as far as Sweden to broaden the scope of his training. Using a variety of techniques, each and every one of his blown glass works is created to be one-of-a-kind, impossible to recreate in the exact same way. A key feature in his works is his effective use of silver and gold leaf, each with their own beautiful landscape.


Hashimura credits his wife, Nomichi, for all of their watercolour-style works. Although he blows the glass into shape, she has established an incredible technique of colouring the glass and then gently carving the outer layer away to reveal a pattern underneath. This is what gives her pieces their frosty matte texture. As the colouring and subsequent carving differs for each and every piece, it makes them truly unique.

Little Glass Dish by Hashimura

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