Highball Glass

by Keiko Lee

A tall, orbicular, highball glass.

At her glass workshop "Ha-Na" in Neyagawa-shi, Osaka, Keiko Lee works every day, quietly, in intense heat.

Making each piece by hand herself, she views both air-blown and mold-formed glass as part of a singular process. In the unity of technique, all works are distinctly hers, and there will never quite be two of the same piece.

Highball Glass

by Keiko Lee

A tall, orbicular, highball glass.

At her glass workshop "Ha-Na" in Neyagawa-shi, Osaka, Keiko Lee works every day, quietly, in intense heat.

Making each piece by hand herself, she views both air-blown and mold-formed glass as part of a singular process. In the unity of technique, all works are distinctly hers, and there will never quite be two of the same piece.

  • Item Dimensions
    5"L x 3"W (13cm x 7cm)
  • Country Of Origin
    JAPAN
  • Shipping
    If in stock, ships in 2 business days

Highball Glass

148 USD
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About Keiko Lee

In 1998, Keiko Lee beginning learning glass at the Baltic Workshop in Aichi and within 5 years opened her own glass studio "Ha-Na" in Osaka.  Keiko Lee works every day, quietly, in intense heat.  For to make glass, the sand needs to be at least 3200°F.  Making each piece by hand herself, she views both air-blown and mold-formed glass as part of a singular process. In the unity of technique, all works are distinctively hers, and there will never quite be two of the same piece.

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