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Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1900 item #1489641
Tora Tori Gallery
Very pretty and rare boxes of a pair of gold and polychrome lacquered ducks in perfect condition. On a base of taka maki-e lacquer (feather reliefs) and nashiji (gold powder) inside. Period: Meiji (1868-1912). Length 14.5 cm x height 7.5 cm. Wooden box.
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1700 item #1489585
The Kura
A classic Nanban style Japanese lacquer tray decorated with mother of pearl inlay featuring four panels of birds among floral patterns separated by bands and frets dating from the 17th century later Momoyama to early Edo era. It is 43 × 28.5 x 2cm (17 x 11 x 1 inches). It has been fully restored, with repairs to the original lacquer and inlay, and the underside has been re-lacquered. It comes in a custom fitted Chinese style cloth bound box lined with red silk...
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1930 item #1489489 (stock #gy6834)
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Old Japanese Namiki Kokkokai Makie Lacquer Dunhill Long Cigarette Case

It is 7.1 inches (18.1 cm) long by 3.55 inches (9 cm) wide. It is 0.5 lb.

It is tarnished and has minor oxidations, and surface wears and scratches (as seen in the photos).

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Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1900 item #1489151 (stock #2035)
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Bold and refined gold and silver three-dimensional makie lacquer design with the black background in the style of 'Rimpa (Rinpa)' (ref. https://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/rinp/hd_rinp.htm). Edo period, Japan. 21.8 x 16.5 x 5 cm (8.58 x 6.49 x 1.96in)...
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1700 item #1489048 (stock #528)
Conservatoire Sakura
Red lacquered wooden box, decorated with a palace scene and flowers.The construction is very solid, the wood is covered with a thick fabric before receiving multiple layers of red lacquer. It is said that the use of reinforcing fabrics on Chinese lacquerware was abandoned at the end of the 17th century during the reign of Emperor Kanghi. The red lacquer background is covered with polychrome decoration. Despite the centuries-old handling, the box has held up very well over time...
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1960 item #1489004 (stock #11097)
Welcome To Another Century
Small rectangular box and cover. The box is made of wood covered in a thin layer of clear lacquer on outside and inside. The top of the cover is decorated on the outside with the two circles (mon). One is filled with a gohei (ceremonial wand with paper streamers), the other with an open and closed umbrella in kiji makie technique (applying makie lacquer decoration to natural wood)...
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1960 item #1489003 (stock #11101)
Welcome To Another Century
Small rectangular box and cover. The core of the box made of wood covered in brown textured lacquer on the outside and red lacquer on the inside. The top of the kiri-wood cover is decorated on the outside with the fruit of a hozuki (Chinese lantern plant) in kiji makie technique (applying makie lacquer decoration to natural wood). The fruit is bright red takamakie, while the husk of the fruit is done in gradating red and gold takamakie...
Japanese : Lacquer : Accessories : Pre 1920 item #1488778 (stock #0628)
Momoyama Gallery

Rarely seen Japanese Haisen Bowl with wonderful gold Makie (Maki-e), made around 1900 during the Meiji Period (1868 - 1912). The wooden-based bowl is coated with high quality Japanese lacquer.

Seashells are molded and hand-painted inside of the bowl by gold Maki-e technique. This type of bowl is called "HAISEN" in Japanese...

Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1900 item #1488643
Zentner Collection
Antique Japanese hokai, lidded container for Ka-awase shell game. This unusual square shaped hokai has a footed base and it's sides are fashioned with many horizontal ridges. With faceted corners and intricate gold and black lacquer. A flower and lattice motif with reserves of birds and young pine shoots. The interior of the box is lacquered a dark brownish black. Extensive gilt copper hardware with incised details of scrolling vines...
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1910 item #1488437 (stock #4301)
Mastromauro Japanese art
EUR €3,800
Japanese lacquer inro depicting a Daikokuten with his hammer watching children, next to a Matsu plant. Excellent quality decoration with relief details, shine and original patina. Polychrome wooden netsuke depicting a seated sage with a fan, painted ceramic ojime. Inro signed Kajikawa with the kao under the base. Origin: Japan Period: Edo mid-18th century. Overall dimensions: 9 x 4.5 x 3 cm. Netsuke dimensions: 4 x 3 x 2.5 cm. State of conservation: Very good
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1900 item #1488433
Tora Tori Gallery
Globular in shape, on a nashiji gold lacquer base, the decoration represents pines and bamboo in gold and black hira maki-e, hedatsu and kirigane of vegetation at the edge of a watercourse and stylized medallions of chrysanthemums. The interior is also in nashiji. Origin: Japan. Period: Edo (1603-1868) 19th century. Height: 5.5 cm.
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1800 item #1488350
Zentner Collection
Price on Request
An original pair of rare Edo period heavenly Tennyu temple beings. Each has a gold gilt finish with condition consistent with age. Both are complete and ready to be installed.
Left tennyo is depicted with drum suspended from her waist and holding a pair of sticks. The righ is holding a bell and holds Shuni mudra with right hand, symbolizing patience and discipline...
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1930 item #1488230
The Kura
Phoenix soar among golden clouds on this amazing Lacquer box made for holding a Tsuzumi drum by Miura Meiho (1900-1975) enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Houn Maki-e Tuzumi Bako. It is bound with silk chord which is held to the box with solid silver hardware. Inside it is lined with brocade. The box is 30.5 x 24 x 24.5 cm (12 x 9-1/2 x 9-1/2 inches) an is in perfect condition.
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1910 item #1487880 (stock #4337)
Mastromauro Japanese art
EUR €2,000
Lacquer box decorated with gold and silver details using the traditional Japanese technique of takamaki-e and hiramaki-e depicting a motif of three superimposed fans on a nashiji lacquer background. Each fan is decorated with different flowers, irises, bamboo and plum blossoms. The inner edges of the lid and base are silver. Origin: Japan Period: Edo, early 19th century. Dimensions: 12.5 x 40 x 31 cm. State of conservation: Very good
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1930 item #1487835 (stock #2033)
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19th-20th century, Japan. D 15.5 x H 2 cm (6.10 x 0.78in). Comical and lovely scene with an ogre on the cloud is trying to pick up the drum he dropped off. According to the ancient Japanese tradition, ogre creates the thunder itself with the drum of his business tool.

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Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1900 item #1487798 (stock #pc187)
Kodo Arts
Important 'Omizutori' festival lacquer plate from the late Meiji Period. Omizutori (お水取り), or the annual, sacred water-drawing festival, is a Japanese Buddhist festival that takes place in the Nigatsu-dō of Tōdai-ji, Nara, Japan. This ceremony is to cleanse the people of their sins as well as to usher in the spring of the new year. Once the Omizutori is completed, the cherry blossoms have started blooming and spring has arrived. Eleven priests, who are called Rengyoshu, are appointed i...
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1700 item #1487469 (stock #506)
Conservatoire Sakura
Wooden lectern covered with black lacquer, decorated with Japanese seignorial emblems (Mon) with gold powder. The emblems are treated in three different versions, all three of excellent lacquer quality in a very elegant style. The lectern can be dismantled into 4 parts, the box, the drawer, the top and the axis, the elements are assembled using mercury-gilded copper frames, which are finely chiseled with scrolls of stylized plants on a nanako background. This simple “Mon” decor but of superb...
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Contemporary item #1487458
The Kura
A beautiful hand crafted box by Nitta Kiun enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Tanzaku Bako (Poem Card Box). It is 40 x 11 x 7 cm and in perfect condition. Nitta Kiun was born in Wakayama in 1944, and studied woodcraft under his father, establishing his own woodcraft studio in 1980. He held his first Solo exhibition in 1985, and was accepted for the first time the following year into the Nihon Dento Kogeiten National Crafts Exhibition. He was awarded Governors prize in 1988 at ...
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