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Beaker Carafe - S

$135.00
HANDMADE IN JAPAN

Give a subtle nod to mid-century design with the playful, modern shape of these carafes. Comfortable in the hand, the curved body of these vessels is inspired by the hilly, southern region of Småland in Sweden.

Color: Clear

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Story

Entirely hand blown in Osaka, Japan, by master artisan Takeshi Tsujino, these special glass pieces are extremely small-batch and limited-edition.

Takeshi Tsujino learned his glass blowing skills at Seattle's renowned Pilchuck Studio and then spent ten years on the West Coast before returning to Japan to set up his own studio, just outside of Osaka.

Tsujino's use of glazing minerals and unexpected forms reflects a strong Japanese aesthetic presented in very contemporary forms. Each piece in the collection is truly unique, and the glass carries an impressive depth of character.

Details
  • MEASUREMENTS: 3.5" x 7"
  • MATERIALS: 100% glass
  • COLOUR: Clear
  • ORIGIN: Japan
Product Care

Hand wash using soft, non-abrasive sponge and dish liquid.

MEET THE ARTISAN

Japan

Takeshi Tsujino

Takeshi Tsujino apprenticed his glass blowing skills at Seattle's renowned Pilchuk Studio and then spent 10 years on the West Coast before returning to Japan to set up his own studio, Studio Fresco, just outside of Osaka.

Takeshi creates glass products that are both purpose-driven and artful – a difficult balance to achieve. He creates these designs to encourage new relationships between the user and their environment, with the belief that each item will become an extension of the user’s own expression.
Entirely hand blown, these special glass pieces are small batch, limited edition. Coloured using natural mineral pigment, each piece in the collection is truly unique, and the glass carries an impressive depth of character. The smooth forms of the glass give life to the pieces. They are also meant to be used. Tasheki’s motto: High quality pieces have no meaning if people don’t use them.