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Edo Kiriko Hexagonal Kagome Old Pair

translation missing: en.product_price.price.original ¥33,000 - translation missing: en.product_price.price.original ¥33,000
translation missing: en.product_price.price.original ¥33,000
¥33,000
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Edo Kiriko designated as a national traditional craft and a traditional craft of Tokyo. It is said that it began in 1834 when Kyubei Kagaya, a bitoroya in Edo Daidenmacho, carved the surface of the glass. The cut is deep and the finish is clear and gorgeous. We have standard patterns among Japanese patterns. It is a gem with a clear delicate craftsmanship that has been handed down from time to time.

■ A word from the store manager The mesh of the bamboo basket is called "basket", and it is a pattern born from the image of the mesh. The hexagonal tiling pattern is also engraved on the lanterns of Ise Jingu, and has long been a symbol of amulets. Since its shape looks like a six-pointed star, it is recommended as a lucky pattern for souvenirs and gifts.

■ Glass size Diameter 83 x height 73 (mm) / capacity 200 ml

■ Country of origin Japan

■ Material Soda glass

■ Wooden box / wrapping available Click here for wrapping page

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