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Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1990 item #1455602 (stock #04284)
Sale $75.00 w/US Priority/insured
Item was 150.00
The size of Wooden Box : 7" Long x 5" Wide x 1 3/4" High. The size of indentation area size is 3 1/2" x 4" x 1/16" depth. This is custom made box for the exhibition of Shinya Okamoto on his one man show. It is made in 1989. The top of box has indentation area for Shippo work. It came with original carton. You can use for your own creative purpose or just use as Jewel box. The material of wood is Cedar with brown tone finish with clear lacquer. It has metal hinges...
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1990 item #1455601 (stock #04283)
Sale $60.00 w/US Priority mail insured
Item was 120.00
The size of Wooden Box : 4 3/4" x 4 3/4" x 2 1/8" High. This is custom made box for the exhibition of Shinya Okamoto on his one man show. It is made in 1989. The top of box has indentation area for Medallion size for 2 5/8” Dia. It came with original carton. You can use for your creative medallion purpose of just use for Jewel box. The material of wood is Cedar with brown tone finish with clear lacquer. The condition of box is excellent. Cover of box fit perfect...
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1980 item #1455563 (stock #MOR8282)
The Kura
A pebble textured lacquered wooden tray by Miki Hyoetsu III decorated with autumn grasses enclosed in the original signed wooden box. The color is quite unique, and the center o each flower is inlayed with a roundel of polished aogai shell. Signed underneath, the tray is 35 cm (just less than 14 inches) diameter and is in excellent condition.
For over 100 years the Miki family has been a driving force behind lacquer art in Kyoto...
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1920 item #1455522 (stock #MOR8279)
The Kura
An ancient wooden bowl covered in hundreds of layers of lacquer, dribbling down the outside, and built up thick about the rim, hollowed out in the center of the bowl where the actual mixing would have taken place. There is a chip to one edge, revealing the layers of black and crimson lacquer. An incredible piece replete with a vivid sense of the craftsman’s hands. It is slightly elongated with age, 27.5 x 30 x 14.5 cm (10-1/2 x 12 x 5-1/2 inches).
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1900 item #1455455 (stock #MOR8277)
The Kura
A large Sake bottle covered in black lacquer mellowed to a dark chocolate color with age decorated with floral sprays in gold and silver maki-e dating from Edo period Japan. The square jug is very elegant, not overly decorated, the execution of the motif belies the exacting technique and imbues it with a sense of the spontaneous, flowers bursting open with the changing of the seasons...
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1900 item #1455447 (stock #MOR8276)
The Kura
Tarnished silver alternates with nashiji (gold powder dusted) columns rising to the fluted chrysanthemum shaped lid of this three tiered box covered with an ami-me net of gold dating from the later Edo period (early 19th century). The outer design intimates the piece is wrapped in a golden net pouch, tied closed at the top. The boxes assembled are 19.5 cm (7-1/2 inches) tall, 11.5 cm (4-1/2 inches) diameter and it comes protected in a wooden storage box...
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1900 item #1455375 (stock #MOR8274)
The Kura
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A stunning boxed set of sake cups decorated with shishi lions frolicking among blossoming peonies upon thick golden rocks, the flora wrapping around the outside of each cup. The technique is unparalleled. A look at the detail photos will say more than I can about this incredible set. They are 9 cm (3-1/2 inches) diameter and both are in excellent condition...
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1800 item #1454826
Reflets des Arts
Netsuke - A good and big model of a Japanese gold lacquer netsuke representing Hagoita paddles and a Buri buri strike. Old traditional game, they were used during the new year. Japan Edo(1603-1868), 19th century, around 1820.
Japanese : Lacquer : Decorations : Pre 1910 item #1454815 (stock #1875)
Mastromauro Japanese art
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An important gold-lacquer Shibayama-inlaid and cloisonnè-enamel pair of vases. Raised on four feet with a double panel for each vase surrounded by gold lacquer in takamaki-e to simulate the woven straw. Each panel, lavishly decorated in takamaki-e with two exotic long-tailed birds applied in cloisonné enamel worked in silver and gold wire, perched on a branch of flowering cherry blossoms on one side. On the opposite side, Gama Sennin decorated in takamaki-e in patinated bronze...
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1940 item #1454791 (stock #12308)
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Wood. Taisho-Showa period, early 20th century, Japan. approx. 41.5 x 27.2 x 1.9cm (16.33 x 10.70 x 0.74in)

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Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1920 item #1454775 (stock #MOR8271)
The Kura
Plovers soar over crashing waves on this exquisite gold and silver lacquered tray enclosed in an age darkened period kiri-wood box titled Nami-Chidori Maki-e Hirobuta (Plover and Wave Lacquer Tray) signed by the Suiseishujin (Master of the Kingfisher Hermitage). The waves are created with a number of brush techniques, a powerful scene punctuated with tiny silver beads. Each bird is intricately depicted with a unique expression. Altogether a mighty scene of tempestuous movement...
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1800 item #1454726
Reflets des Arts
A urushi lacquer hako netsuke decorated in Rinpa style with an open fan in gold takamaki-e lacquer and inlays of pewter - mitsuda and mother-of-pearl on a kinji ground. The interior is in nashiji. Signed under the base. Finely detailed. Provenance : Ito, Tokyo, in 2015. Ex-collection Richard R. Silverman (1932-2019). Kanyosai Morimitsu Diameter : 4,2 cm Edo period, late 18th, early 19th century
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1700 item #1454553
Reflets des Arts
A black lacquer three-cases Inro by Shiomi Masakage (1681-1764)...
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1800 item #1454544
Reflets des Arts
Ryoshibako (large document box). Gold lacquer decoration following the techniques of hiramaki-e, takamaki-e and nashiji on a black background powdered with gold. It represents a rich landscape with lake and mountains, pine trees and cherry blossoms. The cherry blossoms are highlighted by silver kanagai leaves. The interior has a hirameji background. 19th century. Edo Japan (1603 - 1868). Length : 31,8 cm. Width : 39,8 cm. Height : 12,8 cm
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1800 item #1454540
Reflets des Arts
Saddle (kura) in wood and lacquer of Japan urushi, representing a decoration of cherry tree in flowers in silver polychrome and gold lacquer on black background. Composed in four elements. Interior in hirameiji lacquer. 19th century. Edo Japan (1603 - 1868). Length : 39 cm. Width : 37,3 cm. Height : 26,4 cm
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. 14 1/4” long x 6 7/8” wide x 6 ...
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1837 VR item #1453631 (stock #N°167)
Conservatoire Sakura
Small box of drawers in gold and silver lacquer on a tortoiseshell background. The decor is composed of volutes and phoenixes in light relief (Taka Maki-e) of gold and silver powders, mosaic detail of inlaid solid gold and silver tiny squares (kirikane). By transparency one distinguishes under the tortoiseshell the reflections of gold leaf. The fittings are finely chiseled with volutes. There is one phoénix by panels, inside some Mon are on the drawers. Difficult to date with exactitude becau...
Japanese : Lacquer : Accessories : Pre 1910 item #1453122
Zentner Collection
Antique Japanese cylindrical hibachi made of bent suginoki (cryptomeria) and decorated with a maki-e lacquer scene of a family of chickens in a bamboo grove. The mother hen and two chicks look for food on the ground while their father rooster looks back at his third little chick. Bamboo details are made of inlaid shell and the background is flecked in gold. With a copper insert.

Age: Meiji/Taisho Period (early 20th century)

Dimensions: 7 5/8" high x 10 1/4" wide
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