Petal M eans "petals" in French. As the name suggests, the petal series of glasses and vessels show a beautiful expression, as if the petals sway when the glass is exposed to light.
In this series, Machiko Echinaka of " S arue Glass" blows one by one. - It is a unique product made using a technique called "buki".Mr. Echinaka is one of Japan's leading glass craftsmen who is entrusted with the manufacture of glass used in three-star restaurants and luxury hotels around the world.
Air blowing is a technique that does not use a mold and wipes the glass from shaping to completion in the air. You may have seen it on TV, but you should always twirl the rod so that the shape is not distorted. It is a method of molding by rotating and breathing.
It is a craftsmanship that adjusts the shape only by the gravity acting on the weight of the glass itself that has become soft by heating and the slight centrifugal force that turns the rod so that it does not drip. This air blowing was born in the 1st century BC, and it seems to be a technique that has not changed since Roman times.
The petal glass has a streak pattern called a mall, and by adding this pattern, it looks like a petal and makes the table gorgeous.
▼ Tea glass: 4,600 Circle ( Tax excluded ) / For cold tea, as a small bowl for soba choko and soaking
▼ Plate S ： 4,200 Circle(Tax excluded) plate M： 4,600 Circle(Tax excluded) plate L ： 5,800 Circle(Tax excluded) Each plate can be used for Japanese sweets, tea sweets, and pickles without soup.
▼ Stem S：4,600 Circle(Tax excluded)/ For cold sake, straight fruit wine, apéritif, liqueur, and snacks and appetizers such as olives and grated salmon roe.
Each one is handmade and there are not many, but we also have bottles and other items available.Detail is Tableware product page Please see from.