Mysterious rising bubbles / Wine Cocktail Glass / Sghr
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|remarks||All glassware from Sghr are handmade by glass craftsmen. Slight difference may occur in capacity or size of each glass. Also, since the glass is made of natural sand, we can see some small air bubbles or lines in glasses. Please enjoy only one feature of handmade glass. Glasses of “Mysterious rising bubbles” series of Sghr are not heat-resistant glass. Avoid heating glass over open flame, in oven or microwave. Rapid change of temperature may cause break of glasses. Also, do not pour cold drink into hot glass or put hot glass on wet place. Before use, wash glass with neutral detergent. After use, do same cleaning. Do not use cleanser, sponge with polishing material, or scouring brush. It may cause break or deteriorate the strength. When the glass get damage, it becomes easy to break. Be careful not to hit with other hard tableware or glasses.|
|Short Description||【Mysterious rising bubbles / Wine Cocktail Glass】This is “Wine Cocktail Glass” from “Mysterious rising bubbles” by Sghr. This “Mysterious rising bubbles” series are designed by Mamoru Tsukamoto who is a glass craftsman in Sugahara. Mamoru Tsukahara is designated as “traditional craftsman” of “Edo Glass” which is the traditional crafts of Tokyo. Only limited craftsmen in Sghr can produce this difficult bubble glass. When we pour champagne or sparkling wine into this glass, it seems like the bubbles chain and rise from the bottom of the glass. The contrast of solid glass and lightly floating bubbles is an art. Please enjoy richer time. Carefully handmade glass would be great gifts for your important person.|
Sghr, or Sugahara has its glass studio in Kujukuri in Chiba prefecture. They handmade all products with deep appreciation for natural materials. Unique and stylish glassware have been popular gifts as well.