Antique Glass Float With Rope

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Off the coast of Japan, fishermen use nets to collect antique glass floats that were once used to keep fishing nets afloat. The glass floats are now considered valuable collector's items.

This particular float is made of green glass and is in the shape of a ball. It has a rope attached to it, which was used to tie the float to the fishing net.

The float is believed to be from the Edo period, which lasted from 1603 to 1868. During this time, many different types of glass floats were used by fishermen.

Today, these antique glass floats are highly sought after by collectors. They are often displayed in homes or businesses as a reminder of Japan's rich history and culture.

Dimensions L x W x H : 10 x 10 x 10


  • Care Instructions: Wipe clean with dry cloth
  • Color: Multi
  • Material: Glass
  • Finish: Natural
  • Function: Glass
  • Theme: Transitional
  • Sold individually. approx. 10 d, size, shape and form will always vary