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Crystal Bowl "Senjugiku"

Original price $202.00 - Original price $224.00
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$202.00 - $224.00
Current price $202.00
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  • Delicate chrysanthemums painted in lacquer on a thin glass bowl cast fascinating shadows on the table.

  • Design: Toshihiro Aya (o-lab)

    Dimensions: Diameter 120 mm / Height 38 mm

    Item name: Lacquered glassware

    Type of substrate: glass

    Type of surface coating: Lacquer baking finish

    Please allow up to two months from the date of order for delivery of made-to-order items.

  • Please note all orders and sale items are final sale, and cannot be returned or exchanged.  We are bettering the fulfillment flow right now. Apologies for the inconvenience.

【Craftsmanship and Attention to Detail】


Unprecedented lacquered glass

This new tableware combines the coolness of glass with the texture of the lacquered glass. The idea was developed together with the Nagano Prefectural Industrial Technology Research Institute, and in 1994, Maruka Kosaka Lacquerware was born as Maruka Kosaka Lacquerware, successfully matching lacquer and glass.

Metal cutlery can be used despite the lacquer.

Unlike conventional lacquerware, metal cutlery can be used because the outside of the bowl is coated with lacquer. This allows for the unrestricted use of lacquerware in various settings, such as serving oily foods.

Beautiful design reminiscent of a kaleidoscope

The paintings, which are carefully applied one by one by a craftsman with a fine brush, are reflected delicately through the transparency of the glass. The beauty of the piece is reminiscent of the kaleidoscopes that were once known as "100-color glasses" and are full of individuality.

Handling of Lacquer Glass

Do not use it for extremely hot dishes or drinks.

Please do not use it for extremely hot dishes or beverages. Please be careful when handling it.

Do not use it in microwave ovens, dishwashers, open flames, or boiling water.

When cleaning, use a soft sponge, not a scrubber or polishing powder.

Do not stack lacquerware on each other, which may cause the lacquer to peel off. Do not stack them on each other, or use a soft cloth to cover them.

Store in a well-ventilated place out of direct sunlight.