Reminiscence - Vase No.40
When Reminiscence was first released in 2003, the collection featured 39 different glasses, which were produced by using old moulds from a historical glass factory. The moulds were originally used for large flower vases with a classic form produced for export to the U.S. and European countries in the 1960s. At the time, colourful opaque glass was used to decorate the vase by itself instead of flowers being put in the vase. The mould-blown glass is made by cutting off the unnecessary upper part after blowing to create the mouth of the glassware. Through changes in the cut position of the mouth, the Reminiscence collection was created in an effort to reconfigure the old shape while preserving its unique sense. By cutting the glass where the body’s diameter is wider, glassware with a larger mouth than the original shape can be created. Changing the height by a mere few centimetres can give a completely different impression to the flower vase, creating an organic outline.
Demand for domestic mould-blown glass has declined in recent years. The glass factory that produced the Reminiscence collection decided to turn off the fire in the kiln for large products. Today, two types of flower vases designed by Time & Style in 2003 are available for purchase.
Size: Width 150mm Depth 150mm Height 280mm
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The word "glass" collectively refers to a wide variety of differently manufactured products, for example gently-curving mold-blown glass, thin and lightweight bowls and wine glass stems requiring a high level of skills. Their simple, neat appearance brings high-quality glamor to the table.
Our glassware is not heat resistant and may break when exposed to sudden temperature changes. Do not pour hot drinks into them. Please also avoid pouring cold drinks into your glassware items right after washing them with warm water. We recommend that you avoid washing them in the dishwasher, as hot or high pressure water may cause glassware damage or cloudiness, depending on the type of detergent. Our glassware is not microwave-safe or oven-safe. Be careful not to stack your glassware items unless they are of a stackable type, as stacking may cause glassware to become stuck and break. Layer a cloth or paper between the items if you need to stack them.
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All products are order-made and carefully processed, assembled, and finished by our craftsmen in Japan.
Regarding the tableware and small products, we ship the goods from japan within 7 days if we have stocks. If there is no available stock, we will accordingly inform you the lead time of the production.
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