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This Japanese Glass Design Leaves Behind Flower-Shaped Water Rings

By: Laura McQuarrie - Published: Jan 27, 2016 • References: 100perstore & en.rocketnews24
Water rings that collect under a drinking cup can be unsightly, but this Japanese glass design transforms water stains into works of art.

The 'SAKURASAKU,' or 'Blossoming Sakura' glassware line includes an assortment of drinking glasses of different sizes that are shaped like cherry blossom flowers at the base. When condensation occurs, the droplets that cascade down the surface of the glass will form a pleasing flower-shaped water pattern rather than a plain water ring. This is one drinking glass that would perform best without a coaster on a hot day.

Taking inspiration from the spring and snow, there are also different colors of glassware available from this collection. Since some issues like water stains are inevitable, products like these prove that there are ways to transform unwanted elements into desirable ones. Stats for Sakura-Shaped Glassware Trending: This Quarter & Mild
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