Clean Lines. Multifunctional. Material and Texture. Made in Japan.
Hasami Porcelain's new glass tumblers feature the same simple, clean lines as the modular dinnerware. Available in three colors, the heavy-weight tumblers are made in collaboration with Toyo-Sasaki Glass, an acclaimed Japanese glass-making manufacturer. Designed by master craftsmen, the durable, stackable glassware is ideal for stacking alongside the mugs. These everyday tumblers can double as containers when paired with the Tray/Lid, Petite.
Hasami Porcelain is a modular, multifunctional dinnerware and serving system. Plates are also lids and trays. A milk creamer jug is also a sauce pitcher. A small lid fits the sugar pot that can also be a salt cellar or an amuse-bouche plate.
Hasami, Nagasaki is one of the foremost pottery districts in Japan. Porcelain was first made in the area almost 400 years ago, during the Edo Period. It was distributed all over Japan and exported to Europe through the port of Nagasaki.