Crumple Glass - Old fashioned Gift Box

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This handmade crinkled glass was designed by Makoto Komatsu, whose works have been collected by museums such as MoMA and V&A. Komatsu describes the "Crinkle/Crumple" series as the most important work of his career. The series was inspired by random paper impressions he noticed on plaster moulds used for the mass production of ceramics.

  • Material: soda-lime glass
  • Size: height 83mm, φ : 83mm, 300ml(capacity)
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  • Weight: 319g
  • Designed by: Makoto Komatsu
  • This 1980 design is in the permanent collection of the MOMA
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  • Contents Gift Box: 2 pieces
  • Care Instructions: Hand wash only. Not dishwasher safe. Avoid stacking these jars - overlay with a protective cloth if absolutely necessary
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  • Handmade in Japan


Due to the handmade nature, there may be slight variations in the appearance of each glass, including tiny bubbles and stretch marks. These are natural variations from glass blowing and are not a sign of imperfection, but a sign of beauty.


Kimura Glass, one of Japan's leading glass companies, has been handcrafting unique and functional glassware since 1910. The qualitative high quality and handmade drinkware and glassware by Japanese master craftsmen are sophisticated and stylish.



Makoto Komatsu was born in Tokyo, Japan, and graduated from the Craft Design Department of Musashino Art Junior College. He worked in the Craft Design Office of Musashino Art University and was a professor at Musashino Art University in 1999. He won the exhibition design prize at the 1st Mino International Ceramic Exhibition in 1986. He has held solo exhibitions in Ikebukuro, Ginza, Yushima, Roppongi and other places in Tokyo. He has also participated in international exhibitions in Japan and around the world, such as the World Modern Ceramic Art Exhibition in Shanghai and the 4th World Ceramic Biennale in Korea.


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