It is a work that I thought about making a higher grade work while suppressing the originality and having a traditional design. The intention of the design is based on the design that "the lower part is clearly transparent and you can fully enjoy the color of the beverage". In particular, it is a traditional design that makes the octagonal tiling pattern, which has a high degree of difficulty, round and round to attract the octagonal tiling. The part that is higher than the regular kiriko -The difficult octagonal tiling cut was cut into a small size with high difficulty. ・ The mouth was rubbed with an inclination to improve the mouthfeel. -Roughly cut on the side to add the texture of the edge peculiar to Kiriko. ・ The large flat on the side is cut with special equipment for our workshop, so other craftsmen probably cannot express it. The size of the octagonal basket is much smaller than the general size, so you can feel the height of the grade without having to explain it by mouth. Structurally, it is a basic design in which the center of the glass is cut around in a strip shape with a traditional pattern. However, by paying attention to details and usability, I think that what other craftsmen can't do or can't do is what differentiates the design. The mouth is rubbed thinly in a semicircle to improve the mouthfeel. You can see that the mouth is not a circle, but is dented and wavy inward. I tried about 10 patterns, but I decided that it would be the most palatable when rubbed in this semicircle, so I have adopted it. Also, the lower cut is intentionally lined up with three fairly deep cuts, so I think you can enjoy the edges of the cuts. I would like you to experience the comfort of a glass that you cannot experience with a normal wine glass. It is a high-grade work that allows you to enjoy Kiriko even in areas other than the visual sense, with consideration given to the mouthfeel and texture. We would appreciate it if you could consider it for yourself, gifts, celebrations, Instagram, and improving the brand image of the store. The Kiriko of our workshop is polished using the traditional method of Edo Kiriko, "hand polishing", which maintains the strength of the glass and finishes it with high quality. On the other hand, there are some things in the world that polish the glass while immersing it in an acid called "acid polishing" and melting the entire glass into pieces. Acid-polished ones have the disadvantages of being easily scratched and the color may fade, but since the man-hours can be reduced and the price can be sold at a low price, sales will improve, so many workshops and writers perform acid-polishing. We are here. Since the cut surface of our workshop is polished one by one, the original strength of the glass is not lost, and you can wash it with a detergent or scrubbing brush. Please note that boiling water, microwave ovens and dishwashers cannot be used like any other glassware. The handling method is explained in detail on the homepage of the workshop.
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- It is a work that raises the overall grade while valuing traditional design. The size of the traditional octagonal basket is cut considerably smaller than the general Edo Kiriko and upgraded.