Lunada Bay – Haisen 2018-02-20T09:13:34+00:00


Sake dates back thousands of years, to the earliest days of rice cultivation in Asia. As people’s sake-drinking traditions shifted towards drinking from small, individual cups rather than a large vessel, a new custom emerged. Cups were washed, in a vessel called a haisen, to show respect and deepen friendship between individuals. Today, the word “haisen” also refers to decorative water vessels that display floating flowers. The Haisen collection  is handcrafted by melding streams of colored glass to produce a multitude of hues that transform appearance depending on the finish.

Albicant – Natural

Albicant – Silk

Aqua – Natural

Aqua – Silk

Argent – Natural

Argent – Silk

Azuline – Natural

Azuline – Silk

Citrine – Natural

Citrine – Silk

Light Walnut – Natural

Light Walnut – Silk

Sage – Natural

Sage – Silk

Sorrel – Natural

Sorrel – Silk

Steel – Natural

Steel – Silk

Teal – Natural

Teal – Silk

Umber – Natural

Umber – Silk


1″ x 4″ Brick