I am a Shinogi Sake Pitcher. C'mon, count my facets! I bet you're losing count already.
The name of this mouth-blown sake pitcher comes from its ridged sides, a nod to the "shinogi", or ridge, of the traditional Japanese sword. Facet by facet was hand-cut with a diamond rotary blade for a lively texture that varies across the glass surface, growing finer as it approaches the spout. It also happens to add a nice grip for each pour of sake. A matching cup is available here.
Shinogi Sake Pitcher was curated by Angélique Chmielewski
Maker: factory zoomer
Designer: Kazumi Tsuji
2.8” (w) x 3.1" (l) x 3.8" (h) or 71mm (w) x 79mm (l) x 95mm (h)
6.3 oz or 179 g
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