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Japanese : Lacquer : Furnishings : Pre 1900 item #1465224
Zentner Collection
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Antique Japanese pair of rare black lacquer dowery tansu for clothing. These fine lacquer cabinets would have held folded clothing and been carried to a brides home containing her dowery of fine textiles. Hinged doors open to reveal 4 shelves inside. Hardware includes 5 hinges on each door, corner bracing, handles for carrying by hand and by pole, and large lock plates all of which are incised with scrolling floral details and made of bronze...
Japanese : Lacquer : Furnishings : Pre 1950 item #1459716 (stock #pc60)
Kodo Arts
Elegantly lacquered c.1950 wood lamp. Repapered with a stiffer washi paper to prevent wrinkling or tearing. Paulownia wood. Inlay on the base. great condition. H:20" by 6" wide. Ask for shipping quote from CA.
Japanese : Lacquer : Furnishings : Pre 1900 item #1458869 (stock #2019-701)

Very beautiful Japanese table with four legs in gold, black and brown lacquer with two richly decorated tops. The upper tray presents a decoration of bats, kumori (蝙蝠), in flight in gold hiramaki-e lacquer on a brown lacquer background. The openwork side panels feature the same motif...
Japanese : Lacquer : Furnishings : Pre 1900 item #1458303 (stock #2016-312)

A nahi-ji and maki-e decorated wood lacquered lidded sake pourer (Hisage). The interior is in red lacquer. It is equipped of a sheath for the spout. Tokugawa and Daigo mons (emblems) are represented on the lid, the extremity of the sheath, the handle and the two sides of the pourer.

Sakes pourers (Hisage) are traditional pitchers intended for sake (“rice beer”) service...
Japanese : Lacquer : Furnishings : Pre 1930 item #1455919 (stock #pc34)
Kodo Arts
Elegant pair of gold lacquered early Showa Period c.1930 wood candlestands. Base is a chrysanthemum motif. great condition. Height: 50cm; width: 10cm.
Japanese : Lacquer : Furnishings : Pre 1900 item #1454506
Petrie-Rogers Gallery
Japanese Meiji period rectangular form wood three-drawer tabako-bon smoker’s hibachi decorated in gold with the “three friends of the garden” (pine, prunus, and bamboo) on a black lacquered ground. A recessed square brazier with a domed metal pierced lid and a smaller rectangular lidded ash container are on top. Hinged metal carrying handle. Both the front and back have shaped pipe holders. A drawer filled with assorted kiseru is included. 19th century...
Japanese : Lacquer : Furnishings : Pre 1900 item #1451691
Tora Tori Gallery
Very beautiful hibachi in kiri wood (paulownia) with an extremely rich decoration, all around as well as on the top, in the very floral style of the Rimpa school, in gold lacquer and polychrome of foliage in front of a barrier with bars in mother of pearl and lead. Small 1.5cm lack of mother-of-pearl visible on the last photo. The original copper interior is designed to receive the embers. Period: Meiji (1868-1912) around 1900. Diameter: 35,5cm Height: 21cm
Japanese : Lacquer : Furnishings : Pre 1900 item #1450649
Zentner Collection
An antique Japanese rare 2 section Butsudan (Buddhist Altar) hand made with elaborate Makie lacquerwork. Upper section has two large hinged doors decorated with a blooming Peony tree. The interior of the doors each feature a Buddhist diety, one holding a mushroom scepter with a Baku at his feet and the other studying a horizontal scroll with a Shishi (Foo dog) at his feet. Below the doors are three small drawers where Buddhist accoutrements were stored...
Japanese : Lacquer : Furnishings : Pre 1900 item #1449513
Zentner Collection
An antique Japanese Kotansu (personal storage chest) made of Toneriko (Japanese Ash) and Keyaki (Zelkova) woods. All original Urushi lacquer and hand made bronze/nickel hardware including the Mokko handles. The accent corners and backplates have incised designs of feathers, vines, and flowers. The bottom drawer is lacquered in Makie with Bamboo and a landscape design while the body has a lacquered silhouette of auspicious lucky Japanese symboled...
Japanese : Lacquer : Furnishings : Pre 1900 item #1448499
Zentner Collection
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Antique Japanese large Buddhist altar table. Made of carved and lacquered wood and decorated with many petalled chrysanthemums. The kiri blossom in the center is the mon used by the Toyotomi clan. Dramatically curved legs and flanged top. Covered in a warm gilt lacquer finish. The table top is lacquered black.

Age: Late Edo Period

Dimensions: 31 1/2" high (34 1/2" high including flanges) x 82" long x 18 1/2" deep.
Japanese : Lacquer : Furnishings : Pre 1900 item #1447841 (stock #2021-886)
Ikebana basket made of dark brown varnished bamboo wickerwork, square shape with rounded edges. Thicker bamboo braids on both sides and on two of the four sides in the extension of the handle. Removable handle in five segments. Round pot to hold flowers.
Transport box included.

Weaving similar technique to a ikebana basket conserved at the Musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac, Paris : Anonymous, Hanakago Karamono - Utsushi, Edo-Meiji period, 19th century...
Japanese : Lacquer : Furnishings : Pre 1900 item #1444338
Tora Tori Gallery
Extremely refined and elegant cabinet. Fully lacquered on all sides and sides in gold, silver and black lacquer. It has four sliding doors of different sizes, two opening doors and two drawers. The decor of the panels is en-suite two by two on all panels and represents scenes of mountains, lakes, thatched cottages and pagodas with polychrome lacquerwork which gives a feeling of travel. The shibuishi fittings are chiseled to guarantee high quality work...
Japanese : Lacquer : Furnishings : Pre 1960 item #1438833 (stock #05304)
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Wheel for lacquering used by Japanese lacquer craftsman as a handmade professional tool made of wood, iron, and *cloth (*coating the top plate, though looks like wood), from Aizu area, Showa period, mid 20th century, approx...
Japanese : Lacquer : Furnishings : Pre 1900 item #1428540
Zentner Collection
Antique Japanese 2-section shodana, display cabinet for heirlooms and works of art...
Japanese : Lacquer : Furnishings : Pre 1920 item #1428214
Tora Tori Gallery
Katana kake on black ro-iro lacquered ground with very beautiful butterflies in lacquer gold hira and taka maki-e and polished mother-of-pearl. On the front side, a tilting door allows the storage of accessories. Red lacquer signature : Umezawa Ryushin (1874-1953) Meiji/Taisho 20th century. Little lack on a butterfly wing.
Japanese : Lacquer : Furnishings : Pre 1900 item #1418811
Zentner Collection
A rare antique Japanese Gyosho Bako (Peddler's Chest) in a three stacking section set made entirely of Kirinoki (Paulownia) wood. In its original finish it features iron and bronze fittings . Through rope holes at the bottom to allow the stacked sections to be securely fitted allowing the peddler to carry the chest like a backpack. When separated, the top of each section has a surrounding wood border allowing a table-like surface to display wares for sale.

Age: Late Edo Period ((1800-1...
Japanese : Lacquer : Furnishings : Pre 1700 item #1407809
Zentner Collection
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The Japanese Norimono Palanquin is completely covered in a rich chestnut woven bamboo. The roof has a slight curve and a section of the roof can lift up for entry. The sedan is trimmed in black lacquered wood in a double lined grid pattern contrasting with the woven material. The three outer window openings provide shade covering of reeded sudaris with black wool borders and copper mounts. The sudari is held erect with copper L-shaped hooks. The sliding doors open to the interior of latticed wor...
Japanese : Lacquer : Furnishings : Pre 1910 item #1406113
Zentner Collection
An elegant antique Hangai Tansu made of solid quartered sawn keyaki wood with hand forged square iron handles and elaborate key. Hangai is a clothing chest used on ships. It has a single drop-fit door. Keyaki wood has a beautiful wavy natural grain, a bright and calm color and strength. This Tansu comes with a key that unlocks the chest with 2 side locks to uncover two large drawers.

Date: Edo Period (1603 - 1868)

Dimensions: 32.5" long X 18.5" tall X 16.25" wide
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