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    Posted 5 years ago

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    I know very little about Hasegawa Glass; they appear to be one of the many glassworks that arose in 1950s Japan and either closed or were taken over when Japan lost it's place in the Western glass market in the 70s/80s.

    All of the items I have seen from them have been like this platter.
    They made pressed glass with very intense patterns so that very little plain glass was left.

    This platter has a complicated pattern that would have required a pretty awesome mould. Job well done.

    I have seen some Kamei pressed glass very similar to Hasegawa and am trying to find out if they had a partnership of sorts. Could be slow!

    Diameter: 30cm (12in)

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    1. sklo42 sklo42, 5 years ago
      The symbol on the box appears to occur on the bowl too. Is this a very subtle way of identifying your product without spoiling the design?
    2. racer4four racer4four, 5 years ago
      Peggy it's not a recurring theme on their glass - it's a modified fleur-de-lys I think.
      Maybe just a marketing thing?
      Their other glass I've seen has a variety of designs and they liked a bit of iridescence too.
    3. TallCakes TallCakes, 5 years ago
      the design is very similar and uses elements of the various 'Sandwich' patterns made by various American companies c1920s-90s
    4. katherinescollections katherinescollections, 5 years ago
      TallCakes mirrored my thought when I saw the thumbnail, that this was American glass of an earlier era. It is a beautiful bowl beautifully made! :)
    5. TallCakes TallCakes, 5 years ago
      there's also the KIG 'Fluer de lis' which is also based on the 'Sandwich' patterns
    6. racer4four racer4four, 5 years ago
      Thanks Sir TallCakes...they are similar. The Japanese knew a good thing and often made derivative work. Who can blame them for copying those styles.

      I was surprised how much I did like it Katherine because it's not my usual style. I may now be hooked on highly patterned glass....oh no!
    7. kyratango kyratango, 5 years ago
      A new area of collecting beginning! ;-D
      Beautiful, as all of your pieces!
    8. Gruff Gruff, 5 years ago
      I love this design
    9. racer4four racer4four, 5 years ago
      Many thanks for your love and comments:
      Gruff and

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