Maki-e lacquer tea caddy by National Living Treasure of Japan, Yoshikuni TAGUCHI (1923~1998)

Yoshikuni Taguchi Japanese National Living Treasure / Maki-e lacquered tea box or caddy (Usucha-ki or natsume) for holding the powdered tea used in tea ceremony, gold feather design on black, lacquered wood, century, Japan

古満安匡作 孔雀蒔絵印籠<br/>Inrō with Peacocks and Flowers

Inrō with Peacocks and Flowers Koma Yasutada (Japanese) Period: Edo period Date: century Culture: Japan

松田典男 乾漆螺鈿蒔絵合子「金波銀波」

松田典男 乾漆螺鈿蒔絵合子「金波銀波」

Urushi Casket with silver lid by Manfred Schmid, 15 cm in diameter

Urushi - Japanese Lacquer in modern Design

Urushi Casket with silver lid by Manfred Schmid, 15 cm in diameter

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Lacquer tools of the trade

Lacquer tools of the trade

Working with natural lacquer

Working with natural lacquer

japanese laquer designs | Urushi - Japanese Lacquer in modern Design

Urushi - Japanese Lacquer in modern Design

japanese laquer designs | Urushi - Japanese Lacquer in modern Design

Katalog | urushi

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