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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 : 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 : 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). The wide rectangular body with rich roiro ground, lacquered and inlaid with hazel nuts and chestnuts on a mat and simplified fish, in gold and coloured takamaki-e, the fish of inlaid shell and the interior of roiro with kinji edges, signed Shiomi Masakage kore o hissu with a seal Masakage. H. 2.36 inch. With an agate Ojime and a wood Netsuke of chestnuts realistically rendered with a good patina...
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 : 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 : 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...
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
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1837 VR item #1452753 (stock #2021-915)
Long suzuribako (calligraphy box) with nashiji lacquer background, plum tree decoration in a lake landscape in takamaki-e, kôrin maki-e and kirigane. The plum tree (ume), which blooms at the beginning of the year, announces spring. Its flower is a symbol of protection against demons. On the inner lid, decoration with seven flying birds near a coast with clouds...
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1700 item #1452748 (stock #2021-925)
Namban style chest with a semi-cylindrical lid made of black lacquered wood (urushi) with gold lacquer (maki-e) and inlaid with mother-of-pearl (raden).
Decorated with three main bands of floral motifs, middle surrounded by vertical bands of mother-of-pearl inlaid lozenges and framed by the hanashippô pattern (overlapping circles forming petals).
On the lied, acer (momiji) and plum tree flowers (ume)...
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 : Boxes : Pre 1900 item #1451670
Zentner Collection
Antique Japanese round lacquered wood container decorated on both sides with a karakusa (octopus vine) pattern and blossoms around the central aoi mon of the Tokugawa shogunate. Gold lacquer on a dark brownish black ground. Possible for archer bow strings.

Age: Edo Period (1603-1867)

Dimensions: 3 3/4" wide diameter x 1 3/4" deep
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1800 item #1451379
Tora Tori Gallery
Very beautiful inro with 5 compartments in gold and silver lacquer hira and taka maki-e. The decor, on a background of pine shoots, particularly dense, represents foliage, branches and medallions of paulownia, matsu (pines), kiri, ume and sasanoha (bamboo leaves). The pearl-shaped ojime is made of emerald-colored glass. The netsuke, in deer horn and ebony, represents a wickerwork basket filled with mushrooms. Period: Edo 18th century. Very light chips. Dimensions: 7,5cm x 5cm.
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1900 item #1451034
Zentner Collection
Antique Japanese small lacquer safe box with hinged door and 3 small interior drawers. Decorated on all sides including the drawer fronts with detailed harakusa (octopus vine) design in fine maki-e lacquer on a dense nashiji ground. The drawers are covered on all sides in fine nashiji gold flakes. Hardware is made of silver and incised with a similar scrolling vine motif.

Age: Edo Period (1603-1868)

Dimensions: 3 1/4" high x 3" wide x 5 3/4" deep
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1900 item #1451008 (stock #MOR8208)
The Kura
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Koi frolic, splashing gold and silver waves as they leap and battle for the top of this stacking food dish dating from the later 19th century. The design is striking! Outside is polished black loaded down with gold and silver maki-e with applied kirigane cut gold squares. Inside is festive red. The box (assembled) is 25 x 23 x 38 cm (10 x 9 x 15 inches). Some minor dings but overall, very nice condition for something which has seen use.
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1900 item #1450998 (stock #MOR8207)
The Kura
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Maki-e Cranes soar and a gilded tortoise takes refuge on a rock on this magnificent sake set made of wood covered in lacquer with elaborate maki-e and applied gold designs. About the edge of the stand is a solid silver rim. The scenes are depicted with powdered gold and applied gold kirigane on red and black grounds. This is of the highest quality. The largest cup is about 12.5 cm (5 inches) diameter...
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1900 item #1450956 (stock #MOR8206)
The Kura
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A sake set in the shape of a cha-usu tea powder grinding stone consisting of 7 pieces, each uniquely decorated with various creatures. The widest is a large sake cup decorated with cranes upon which rests the hai-dai stand, forming the base of the grinding stone. The cover is in the shape of the grinding stone itself, and forms a deep cup decorated inside with a hawk. Inside this are found three concentric cups decorated with crows, a carp and sparrows...
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1900 item #1450819
Zentner Collection
Antique Japanese fine lacquered kogo box for holding incense. Comprised of 3 stacking compartments, the lower of which has a gilt copper lining...
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