Silence Shot Glass

by Mitsui Takeyoshi


Japanese glass blower Mitsui Takeyoshi has handcrafted this beautiful glass cup at his studio in Toyama, Japan. The unique shapes mixed with the colour gradation makes this piece extremely unique and notoriously difficult to produce by hand.

If you want something both well-made and functional then don't look any further than this vessel. A functional art object that's sure to stand the test of time.

Choose your size using the diagram in our image gallery. Also see the specific colour names under each piece (colour may differ slightly in person). Please contact us if you would like a specific colour combination.

Please note: Each piece is made by hand and may differ slightly from the photos here. This piece will ship directly from the maker's studio in Japan. If you of stock your order will be custom made and can take 1-2 months.

Approx Dimensions: A - 12cm H x 5cm D, B - 8.5cm H x 4.5cm D, C - 6.5cm H x 6cm D, Shape D - 5cm H x 7cm D, E - 5cm x 6cm D. Material - Glass. Ships directly from the maker's studio in Japan.
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Hiroshima born Mitsui Takeyoshi is a glass artist currently based in the prefecture of Toyama, Japan. Takeyoshi crafts his works from blown glass, specialising in traditional techniques but using modernist design as a way to differentiate his work.

Mitsui has the unique ability to mix colour in to his glassware in a contemporary way. His breakthrough came with his 'Silence' series which plays on the idea of subtle colour being used to make hard glass seem as though it is soft and malleable. He's achieved this by using vary degrees of opacity and juxtaposing muted colours.