Traditional Japanese Aburidashi Glass Tumbler
The traditional glassmaking style called wa-glass, or opalescent glass, has existed since the Meiji period in Japan but was nearly lost in the intervening centuries. The practice makes use of the Aburidashi technique, which involves using a special patterned mold to stamp each glass with a pattern along its surface. The resulting tumblers, available in three modern designs, nod to the rich history of Japanese glassware while offering an entirely new aesthetic. Choose from either a cross, line, or zebra pattern — sold separately — or combine all three to build a set worthy of any home kitchen or bar.