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HOME > TOKYO CRAFT > GREEN GLASS TOKYO GALLERY

As all of the pendants are individual and displayed at the events we attend throughout the festival season, there may sometimes be a delay in updating those which have sold. We apologise for this inconvenience and appreciate your understanding.

We are uploading new pendants from Green Glass several times a year.
If you would like to be notified when the new products are uploaded, simply contact us via email (please go to CONTACT) so that we can keep you updated.

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[sz 121839]
[sz 101824]
£40.00
£40.00
£53.00
[sz 121837]
[sz 121834]
[sz 121835]
[sz 121836]
[sz 121841]
Annobon
Etoile
Ambuu
Mayotte
SOLD
SOLD
£40.00
SOLD
SOLD
[sz 101831]
[sz 091826]
[sz 091815]
[sz 101826]
[sz 091812]
£60.00
£48.00-
£53.00
£37.00
£58.00
[sz 121840]
[sz 111817]
[sz 111818]
[sz 101828]
[sz 111816]
Impalila
Hondo
Antego
Kapiti
Melita
SOLD
SOLD
SOLD
SOLD
SOLD
[sz 101830]
[sz 101827]
[sz 101829]
[sz 101832]
[sz 111815]
Imjado
Majuro
Nihoa
Oido
Wokan
SOLD
SOLD
SOLD
SOLD
SOLD
[sz 101825]
[sz 111807]
[sz 101822]
[sz 101821]
[sz 091825]
Sapienza
Atele
Alofi
Alamagan
Alava
SOLD
SOLD
SOLD
SOLD
SOLD
[sz 091824]
[sz 091823]
[sz 091822]
[sz 091821]
[sz 091820]
Sentosa
Fuerte
Miyake
Lhohi
Apolima
SOLD
SOLD
SOLD
SOLD
SOLD
[sz 091819]
[sz 091818]
[sz 111808]
[sz 091814]
[sz 091813]
Kure
Sicilia
Sikaiana
Natuna
Niijima
SOLD
SOLD
SOLD
SOLD
SOLD
[sz 111806]
[sz 091811]
[sz 091807]
[sz 091806]
[sz 111805]
Petani
Tungchu
Tarutao
Niue
Nakolo
SOLD
SOLD
SOLD
SOLD
SOLD
Based in Shibuya, Masaya Kuribayashi produces fine glass pendants under the name of Green Glass Tokyo.
There are many techniques that Masaya uses in his glass work, each with a distinctive result. "Inside Out" is one of the most common and popular techniques which is often used to create three dimensional flower patterns. With this technique, detail is added to the outside end of a sealed glass tube before being inverted. During the invertion it can be twisted to create spiral patterns within the glass before a coloured backing is blended onto the pendant.

Another popular technique is called "Umi", meaning sea. This is where wave forms are created to represent the powerful beauty of the ocean much in the same way Katsushika Hokusai expressed in his wood-block prints of the early 1800s.

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