Gyokusendo Hand Hammered Copper Tea Canister
The colour of GYOKUSENDO's TSUIKI (Hand-Hammered metal craft) copperware will gradually become mellow with increasing depth and gloss by rubbing them with a dry cloth with using them in everyday life.
GYOKUSENDO's craftsmen not only manufacture a copperware but also make a piece of raw copper as if it was a breathing or living object. You may feel the excellence of GYOKUSENDO's TSUIKI hand-hammered copper-wares.
We hope GYOKUSENDO TSUIKI" copper-ware will enrich you by its beautiful textures and quality.
Height: 103 mm
Diameter: 75 mm
Capacity: 100 g
The caddy is presented in a gift box.
Established in 1816 in Tsubame, Niigata Prefecture, Japan), GYOKUSENDO is a house of "TSUIKI" -Hand-hammer metalworking.
In recent past, GYOKUSENDO has been designated as an Intangible Cultural Properties of Japan, a Living National Treasures of Japan (Preserver of Important Intangible Cultural Properties of Japan)™ and Four Tangible Cultural Properties of Japan.
The Gingko Leaf name originates from the beauty and uniqueness of the Ginkgo Biloba tree and its delicate, uniquely shaped leaves. The products selected are guided by the Japanese conceptual term Yo-no-bi ("beauty through use") and the primary focus is on well crafted, well-designed contemporary Japanese household items such as ceramics, porcelain, glassware, woodcrafts, ironware, bath and bed textiles or on unique pieces that will bring delight to users.