Cut glass of twist Japanese plum . ひねり梅ぐい呑み。
Japanese Edo Kiriko glass - Edo Kiriko is a Japanese traditional glassware and its origin dates back to 1834 in the Edo period, used emery powder to produce glassware engraved with patterns.
Satsumakiriko / A Japanese traditional-handicrafts article
"Kiriko" is the Japanese traditional technique and products of cut glass from Edo period. this glass is the product of present day. but the color is reproducted from ancient times.
Kiriko of Japan. Cut glass bowl of flowers tie. 花繋ぎ切子。
Satsuma Kuro Kiriko
Kirikane Art "Fukura Ume" By Ms. Akane,YAMAMOTO / 截金硝子香合「ふくら梅」。クールな流衍に対し、こちらは柔らかで可愛らしい作品です。 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kirikane http://akane-glass.com/english/
Glass Art (teapot and tea cups) Japanese glass
Edo Kiriko cut glass sake cup. Beautiful!
Yoichi Ohira, contemporary reflections in glass
EXCEPTIONAL LARGE PAIR OF ANTIQUE 19thC JAPANESE MEIJI (1868-1912) KUTANI VASES
A rare deep Satsuma bowl By Yabu Meizan, Meiji period (late 19th century)
Lee Kang-hyo Tea Bowl
A Superb Quality 19th Century Japanese Shibayama Dish (c. 1890 Japan) from Windsor House Antiques Ltd - The UK's Premier Antiques Portal
A Japanese Satsuma vase, reservesof roosters and ducks with flowering plants, cobalt ground with stylized phoenixes in gilt, signed Kinkozan, Japan, circa 1801-1900
Gorgeous Vintage Art Deco Cut Crystal Perfume Bottle 9 1 2" Tall Pagoda. @designerwallace