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Edo Kiriko Four-Leaf Clover and Yarai Uono Patterned Tumbler

Edo Kiriko Four-Leaf Clover and Yarai Uono Patterned Tumbler

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Discover the timeless elegance of Edo Kiriko Four-Leaf Clover and Yarai Uono Patterned Tumbler, where vibrant hues of Amber Azure and Amber Red evoke the essence of refined luxury. Crafted from crystal glass, each piece is a testament to the harmonious blend of artistry and tradition. The intricate four-leaf clover patterns dance with light, creating a stunning visual effect that captivates the senses.

The skilled artisans employ the Edo Kiriko technique to intricately etch these delicate motifs into the glass, offering a unique twist on classic Japanese faceting. The result is a mesmerizing play of light and color that elevates your table setting to new heights of sophistication. Sip and savor, letting the captivating interplay of patterns and hues enhance your moments of relaxation and celebration.

Perfect for adding a luxurious touch to any occasion, the Edo Kiriko Four-Leaf Clover Tumbler transforms your dining experience into an elegant affair. Experience the beauty and tradition of Japanese craftsmanship with every sip.


Size: W 2.8in x L 2.8in x H 4.4in / W 7.2cm x L 7.2cm x H 11.3cm
Capacity: 260ml / 8.7oz
Material: Glass

Care & Use

  • Handwash only
  • Do not use in microwave or oven
  • Due to handmade colouring and carving characteristics, each piece has subtle variations in size and appearance.
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History of Edo Kiriko

The traditional craft of "Edo Kiriko" began in the city of Edo (modern day Tokyo) during the 19th century and underwent its unique evolution by incorporating the cutting techniques of European glass brought to Japan during the Meiji era (late 19th century). 

This unique glassware technique was recognized by the Japanese government in 2002 as a National Traditional Craft. Glassware which can be labeled “Edo Kiriko” is strictly reserved for producers who employ artisans who practice the traditional techniques developed during the 19th century.

Brand History

Tableau was founded in 1988 in the heart of Tokyo. Their designs revolve around motifs inspired by traditional patterns cherished since the Edo period. 

Through integrating European sandblasting and classical Edo Kiriko techniques, Tableau's artistic glassware is a true blend of traditional and contemporary craftsmanship.