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Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1700 item #1461105 (stock ##1449291)
Reflets des Arts
Inro – An old and very fine model of japanese gold urushi lacquer with a gold background names « poudre de thé » as a Fundame lacquer technique. Representing a very elegant decor of deers playing, with a technique of Harigaki silver and brown lacquer. Japan Edo (1603-1868) 17th century.
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1800 item #1461103 (stock ##1449290)
Reflets des Arts
Kobako - Unusual and beautiful shape of a gold urushi lacquer box. An Heian era character with a beautiful dress and cap / hat. Nashiji inside. 8,5 cm x 5,5 cm x 2 cm. Japan Edo (1603-1868) 18th century.
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1940 item #1461073 (stock #MOR8389)
The Kura
The first line of the ancient song Kimigayo scrolls out in gold on the black shiny surface of this chawan tea bowl made in the dry lacquer technique by Hyokan enclosed in the original signed wooden box. The bowl is created in the dry lacquer technique, not pottery, made up of layers of cloth and lacquer, an arduous and time-consuming process. It is 12 cm (5 inches) diameter, 7 cm (3 inches) tall and in excellent condition...
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1900 item #1460938 (stock #JHrecLacGoBx)
June Hastings
Rectangular Japanese lidded box with superbly crafted gold nashiji maki-e lacquer having wonderful raised gold birds. The designs on the top continue onto all 4 sides and the attention to details are really amazing. Dates Late Edo to Early Meiji. Condition is excellent as this came from a private collection. Measures: 3" long, 2.5" wide, 2" high
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1920 item #1460858 (stock #MOR8372)
The Kura
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A small stand made from the slice of a natural mushroom in the style of a reishi lacquered black both top and bottom with raw, natural edges, a superb example of the literati aesthetic which held great sway from the latter half of the Edo through to the early 20th century with Japanese cultured elite. Three characters in ancient seal script followed by an epitaph and signature have been carved into the surface prior to lacquering. This is ideal as a stand for a small incense burner...
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1920 item #1460811 (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 #1460644 (stock #MOR8362)
The Kura
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A breathtaking pair of 19th century (Meiji period) sake cups decorated with hawks stored in silk pouches and enclosed in a red lacquered period wood box. In the basin two hawks, one perched in a pine accented with inlayed mother of pearl, the other soaring high overhead, are depicted in minute detail in raised gold designs. Opposite waves crash over rocks speckled with solid gold lichen. The cups are 10.5 cm (4-1/4 inches) diameter and in excellent condition.
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1900 item #1460540 (stock #JHbkLacJapBo)
June Hastings
Mid Meiji black lacquer gold maki-e borders document box. Features three raised gold designs with very fine details and Japanese characters. The has a gold sprinkled nashiji interior. In excellent condition, it measures: Length 10-1/8" x Width 3-3/4" x Height 2-1/8". Circa 1890. More photos available upon request.
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1930 item #1460532 (stock #MOR8354)
The Kura
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From the hand of the Osaka Nanga artist Kondo Suiseki this exquisite curving tray of Birds-eye wood decorated with bamboo over a cluster of garden stones dated 1927 and enclosed in the original singed wooden box. Made to hold a scroll, this type of Jiku-bon would have been an essential in the scholar studio for placing hand scrolls between reading. It is 41 x 12 x 6 cm (16 x 5 x 2-1/4 inches) and is in excellent condition...
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1920 item #1460530 (stock #MOR8353)
The Kura
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Pine Tray with Kintsugi gold and silver lacquer repairs featuring an intricate depiction of a butterfly in silver and gold maki-e flying around a pool formed of the natural dark and light wood grain. Splits on both ends are perfectly joined with inset wood “Butterflies”. Cracks have been filled with gold and silver creating streaks of light on the aged wood surface...
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1910 item #1460415 (stock #MOR8347)
The Kura
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A stunning delicate cup made from a hollowed egg-shell. Inside is matte-black with patches of gold gilding, while outside the silhouettes of pines and a soaring Hototogisu (cuckoo) are deftly brushed with shiny black lacquer. The imagery instantly calls to mind Japanese poetry, which extols the song of the cuckoo, a harbinger of Spring and warmer weather. There is also something melancholy about the cuckoo call, as they are always deep in the forest, out of sight and alone...
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1837 VR item #1460297 (stock #2021-995)
Large suzuribako showing on its cover a mountainous landscape, crossed by a river, bordered by two houses and trees such as pine trees and cherry trees in bloom. It could be Okabe, the twenty-first of the fifty-three stations of the Tôkaidô. The bottom is gilded in the fundame technique, decorated with takamaki-e, hiramaki-e, hirameji and kirigane...
Japanese : Lacquer : Decorations : Pre 1940 item #1460178
Zentner Collection
A vintage Japanese bamboo wall hanging featuring the famous monk Daruma with a proverb attributed to his wisdom. The saying reads Nanakorobi Yaoki or Seven Falls Down Requires Eight Times Up...
Japanese : Lacquer : Accessories : Pre 1910 item #1460168 (stock #JHcraneTray)
June Hastings
Japanese lacquer tray with raised gold cranes on top a hill under a large meandering pine tree along with smaller trees and grasses on a large expanse of nashiji lacquer with gold maki-e edges. The underside is performed in a darker sprinkled lacquer and has some chipping to the bottom outer edges, although the face of the tray is good with only some light surface wear. Measures 21.25" long, 15.25" wide, and 2.25" high. Dates circa 1900.
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1900 item #1460165 (stock #JHirisLacBox)
June Hastings
Small Japanese circular covered box in gold nashiji and maki-e lacquer with the lid having a lovely display of iris flowers in a stream setting created in both low and raised relief lacquer work The sides also feature raised delicate designs that complete this perfect little box. In excellent antique condition, it measures 2-1/2" diameter and 1-7/8" high. Dates Late Edo or Early Meiji and a piece worthy of a collector.
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1900 item #1459996 (stock #2021-1009)

Lacquer kobako box with two compartments in the shape of a fan. Decorated with pine trees near a stream on all sides in takamaki-e, hiramaki-e techniques with a nashi-ji background. On the upper side, a couple of cranes are looking for food on the ground, while three baby cranes are waiting in the nest located in the pine tree. Interior in nashi-ji lacquer.

Japan - Edo period (1603-1868)

Height: 1.8 in...
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1900 item #1459909 (stock #2017-414)

Rectangular box for paper (Ryōshibako) decorated with birds and pine trees.

The lid presents a design mixing several techniques of lacquer work. This is visible with the three cranes represented in the middle of pine branches in gilded maki–e (a precious metallic varying density powdered sprayed onto a base or background of fresh lacquer) on a black background.

The crane in the center is in brown lacquer with metallic pigments...
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1910 item #1459746 (stock #2992)
Mastromauro Japanese art
EUR €1,500
A Japanese gold lacquered wood incense tray (kobon) worked in hiramaki-e and Shibayama inlaid with polychrome mother-of-pearl and horn. depicting a wildlife scene of a pair of pheasants near a stream and a peony plant with swallows in flight. Nashiji ground at the back. Meiji period 19th century Sizes: 20 × 15 × 1 cm. Condition report: Good condition – structure a little crooked
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