DIAMANTE CANDELA “HYAKKEI”
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Diamante, which means “glass,” is a word that was commonly used in the Edo period.
Named the “100 Views of Diamante, ”you can revel in this candleholder’s ability to unfold various expressions of traditional glassmaking (e.g. Edo Kiriko, Handblown Glass, etc.), together with light.
Founded in Tokyo in 1899, Hiroto Glass has established itself as one of the pioneers of Japanese Glassware. In recent years, Hirota Glass has created its own signature style through harmonization of European traditional glassmaking technique and Japanese artistry. While staying true to its classic designs and influence dating back to the pre-war period, Hirota Glass continues to push hand-crafted glass to its artistic limits.