Posted 4 years ago
Dina Glass is quite uncommon around here, and all of the Dina I have seen has been this sort of kitchenalia.
The glass is mouth blown and moulded, with a fire finished rim on the base and lid. The parallel jar here has a noticeable lean to the finial on the lid, which I quite like, considering the hand made nature of the glass.
It certainly isn't glass of large production numbers.
I haven't identified the works behind Dina Glass, and the blue shown here is a shade I am not familiar with in relation to my other Japanese glass.
I believe it was made post war, but probably no later than 1970, looking at the style and label.