A lacquer natsume (tea container) Meiji period (late 19th century)

A lacquer natsume (tea container) Meiji period (late century) Bearing a dark brown lacquer ground decorated with stalks of leafy bamboo in gold and slight-color takamakie and nashiji, the interior of black lacquer 2 high

Hiranatsume Spring and Autumn Tea Caddy with Decoration of Cherry Blossoms and Maple Leaves - 1920-1930 - Taishô to Shôwa period, early 20th century

From the Harvard Art Museums’ collections Hiranatsume Spring and Autumn Tea Caddy with Decoration of Cherry Blossoms and Maple Leaves

Japanese lacquered tea box or caddy (Usucha-ki or natsume), gold chrysthanthemum design on black, for holding the powdered tea used in traditional tea ceremony, lacquered wood, 20th century?, Japan

Japanese lacquered tea box or caddy (Usucha-ki or natsume) for holding the powdered tea used in traditional tea ceremony, gold chrysthanthemum decoration on black, lacquered wood

red lacquered wood tea caddy (natsume) with gold maki-e design of horsetail or scouring rushes (tokusa 木賊); chū-natsume (medium jujube fruit) shape; with signed tomobako.

red lacquered wood tea caddy (natsume) with gold maki-e design of horsetail or scouring rushes (tokusa 木賊); with signed tomobako.

NATSUME Modern Japanese Gold Lacquered Wooden Tea Caddy with Signed box #1812 - antique shop CHANO-YU

NATSUME Modern Japanese Gold Lacquered Wooden Tea Caddy with Signed box #1812

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Natsume with Double Cherry Blossoms. Ogata Korin (Japanese, 1658-1716) gold lacquer and mother of pearl over wood

Box with Double Cherry Blossoms. Ogata Korin (Japanese, gold lacquer and mother of pearl over wood

Natsume (tea box) signed Korin

Fine natsume on a gold ground with mother of pearl and lacquer high reliefs decors of cherry flowers. It is signed under the base Korin.

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