SGHR Sugahara

Hand Blown Glass Japanese Nested Sake Set

$40$178
Hand Blown Glass Japanese Nested Sake Set
SGHR Sugahara

Hand Blown Glass Japanese Nested Sake Set

$40$178
Free Standard Shipping on Orders $99+

Sake, anyone?

Well, here’s a set we can’t wait to pull out at cocktail hour. Every piece you see is hand-blown in Chiba, Japan, by master artisans who pay meticulous attention to every detail (no wonder they nest so nicely). Those glasses are sized just right for saké, while that bottle is just the ticket to get things pouring. Oh, and the large glass? That doubles as a dish for your snacks, too. This lineup comes in three dazzling hues—we’ll leave you to decide which will shine brightest on your table.

  • Made in: Japan
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $99+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

Well, here’s a set we can’t wait to pull out at cocktail hour. Every piece you see is hand-blown in Chiba, Japan, by master artisans who pay meticulous attention to every detail (no wonder they nest so nicely). Those glasses are sized just right for saké, while that bottle is just the ticket to get things pouring. Oh, and the large glass? That doubles as a dish for your snacks, too. This lineup comes in three dazzling hues—we’ll leave you to decide which will shine brightest on your table.

Sake, anyone?

Well, here’s a set we can’t wait to pull out at cocktail hour. Every piece you see is hand-blown in Chiba, Japan, by master artisans who pay meticulous attention to every detail (no wonder they nest so nicely). Those glasses are sized just right for saké, while that bottle is just the ticket to get things pouring. Oh, and the large glass? That doubles as a dish for your snacks, too. This lineup comes in three dazzling hues—we’ll leave you to decide which will shine brightest on your table.

  • Made in: Japan
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $99+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

Well, here’s a set we can’t wait to pull out at cocktail hour. Every piece you see is hand-blown in Chiba, Japan, by master artisans who pay meticulous attention to every detail (no wonder they nest so nicely). Those glasses are sized just right for saké, while that bottle is just the ticket to get things pouring. Oh, and the large glass? That doubles as a dish for your snacks, too. This lineup comes in three dazzling hues—we’ll leave you to decide which will shine brightest on your table.

Meet the Maker

SGHR Sugahara

Chiba, Japan
When we heard that Sugahara’s stunning glassware has been handcrafted by master artisans in Japan, since 1932, we weren’t surprised. Their pieces showcase impeccable attention to detail, with rich colors and delicate designs that capture the natural beauty of glass. It’s all wonderfully functional, too (exhibit A: their night carafe with a tailor-made tumbler nestled right on top).
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