KAGAMI Crystal Edo Kiriko Whisky Glass Blue with Wooden Box Hand Made in Japan! Design inspired by the dance of Japanese dance.
It shows how the fan is gracefully turned. Also, because it can be seen as wings that rise and fly, it also implies the ability to develop the ability of the person who holds it, and the ability to make a leap forward. The Edo Kiriko pattern is decorated with the traditional pattern "Hakaku Kagome". What is Edo kiriko cut glass? Edo kiriko is the most famous glass craftwork in Japan.
Means "cut glass" so its name means "cut glass from the city of Edo". It is still a popular type of craft today, as a sake glass or other type of glassware for the home. Originally, patterns were cut on a transparent and colorless glass surface. The style of Edo kiriko made with colored glass started being produced in large quantities during this time.
Today, Edo kiriko is known for its intricate designs cut into blue, red or other colored glass. The most typical design is called. Or fish eggs because it is composed of numerous fine straight lines that resemble round fish eggs.
However, a closer look reveals the design is actually composed of many small squares arranged side by side. Other quintessential Japanese designs include plants such as chrysanthemums or hemp leaves.He taught his knowledge and techniques to the Edo kiriko artisans, which led to British cut glass technology merging with Edo kiriko techniques. Furthermore, another famous cut glass style called Satsuma kiriko stopped its production at the end of the 19th century, resulting in many unemployed craftsmen migrating to Edo with their Satsuma kiriko traditions. Their technique of using color coated glass was soon absorbed into the production of Edo kiriko.
It became extremely popular and was used for drinking glasses, tableware or lamp shades. The main manufacturers of Edo kiriko were founded in the beginning of the 20th century and are still active today.
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