Soy Sauce Cruet
Originally designed as a chemistry bottle to avoid leaks, has been reinvented to prevent dripping after use when drizzle soy sauce or vinegar and oils, becoming the first prototype of all drip-free Cruets.
A perfect compliment to add to your collection. While being a part of the permanent collection of the Toyko National Museum of Modern Art, this soy sauce cruet was designed to have a tight seal that will prevent your sauces from dripping or leaking by utilizing a glass cutting technique that allows them to cut into the glass thin enough to allow air to pass through but prevent any leaks at the stopper and drips at the tip, even after you pour it, the liquid will look like it is getting sucked back into the cruet. Creating a mess-free cooking and dining experience.
Established in 1899, Hiroto Glass was one of the pioneers of Japanese Glassware. In recent years, Hirota Glass has created its own signature style by the combination of European traditional glassmaking techniques and Japanese artistry, pushing the limits of artistic traditional glassware.
Soy Sauce Cruet
• 2.5”Ø x 4.2” H
• Soda Lime Glass
• 3.4 fl oz
• Hand wash, not microwave, freezer, or oven safe.
• When setting the stopper with the body, please make sure that they are aligned horizontally as much as possible and avoid pushing the stopper in at an uneven angle.
• Please avoid leaving any sauces in the cruet for extended periods of time as it may cause the sauce to harden inside. If the sauce has hardened and the stopper has become stuck, please don’t use force to take it out as it may damage the cruet. Instead, soak the cruet in warm water until the hardened material has loosened up.
• Tokyo, Japan