Decanter

by Haruya Hiroshima

Haruya Hiroshima typically uses manufactured glass for his cut designs but for these unique decanters, he collaborated with artisan Hideaki Kakura to make these one-of-a-kind hand-blown pieces. Roman and Williams Guild specially requested Haruya Hiroshima and Hideaki Kakura to create these 11 1/2-inch-tall decanters, which are a Roman and Williams Guild exclusive.

Decanter

by Haruya Hiroshima

Haruya Hiroshima typically uses manufactured glass for his cut designs but for these unique decanters, he collaborated with artisan Hideaki Kakura to make these one-of-a-kind hand-blown pieces. Roman and Williams Guild specially requested Haruya Hiroshima and Hideaki Kakura to create these 11 1/2-inch-tall decanters, which are a Roman and Williams Guild exclusive.

Decanter

2,000 USD
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  • Obi Layer
  • Tiara
  • Antoinette
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About Haruya Hiroshima

Glasses that glow, polished to perfection. Haruya Hiroshima may be known for his cuts, but it’s the polishing process that produces the glow of his work. He creates for those who pleasure in imbibing, tea or spirits, but it’s also about place.  Since he was young, his fascination with bars and their shelves of bottles and specific glasses for specific drinks led him to want to design his creations to fit in spaces that pay great attention to details.  His prolific production entails drafting the design, cutting, and polishing.  He polishes cut-lines with a grinder one by one, as a result of his study with an artisan from the Czech Republic at Toyama City Institute of Glass Art.