The Hirota Glass Butter Dish is made by one of Japan’s oldest glass manufacturers from Edo-style glass tinted with a hint of pale yellow. The lid, made out of Japanese Cherry Blossom trees, maintans the freshness of the butter by perfectly fitting onto the glass. The lid is completely flat and can be used as a butter tray to cut the butter into approprirate chunks.
- Handcrafted in Tokyo, Japan
- The lid is made with natural Cherryblossom wood
- Designed to perfectly fit East Coast sized butter
- Handwash recommended
- Not microwave safe
- Butter knife is not included
Materials: Glass, Cherryblossom Wood
Outside：5.9 x 3.5 x 2.3 in / 150 x 90 x H58 mm
Inside：5.6 x 3.3 x 1.4 in / 144 x 84 x H36 mm
Weight: 1.3 lb / 590g
Recommended to gently wash and dry thoroughly with soft towel. The dishwasher could leave fine scratches that may lead to damaging and breaking of the glass. Not microwave safe.
Origin: Tokyo, Japan
About HIROTA GLASS
With over one hundred years of glass making history, Hirota Glass has developed fine Japanese glassware that flawlessly combines European glassmaking techniques and Japanese craftsmanship. Every Hirota piece is crafted with only the finest materials by the hands of the glass masters in Tokyo, Japan. The Hirota craftsmen strive to craft high-quality glasswares that cater to modern lifestyle without losing the sensibilities and delicacy of traditional Japanese design. Today, Hirota Glass continues to expand its artistic limits through a myriad of fine glasswares inspired by nostalgia of the past and beauty of fleeting moments.