Posted 5 years ago
The Japanese were quick post war to start producing high quality glass for dining and most of it stayed in Japan for domestic use.
This set is like many I have seen and dates to the 1950s.
Most glass houses produced items similar to this.
The bowl has been mouth blown in clear, white, and red glass and has been hand worked to shape.
It has been made to the usual Kurata standard and is beautifully finished.
Nesting in it's bespoke plywood box it is accompanied by 5 stainless steel and plastic snack forks in their elastic holder.