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(JohnHoushmand furniture and architectural features) This is the coolest thing I've ever seen. It would make a great accent wall, especially if it was backlit.

Back-lit accent wall. (JohnHoushmand furniture and architectural features) This is the coolest thing I've ever seen. It would make a great accent wall, especially if it was backlit.

菊蒔絵棗 田村壽秀作 Japanese tea ceremony 1821

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

Maki-e lacquer tea caddy by National Living Treasure of Japan, MATSUDA Gonroku (1896-1986) 松田権六 松文蒔絵棗

Maki-e lacquer tea caddy by National Living Treasure of Japan, MATSUDA Gonroku

Japanese iron tea kettle by National Living Treasure of Japan, TAKAHSHI Keiten (1920-2009) 和銑肩衝筒釜 高橋敬典(人間国宝)

Japanese iron tea kettle by National Living Treasure of Japan, TAKAHSHI Keiten…

A flask for water | suitō | Japan | 18th Century - 19th Century; around 1800…

A water flask for use when travelling . wood covered with natural lacquer, decorated with techniques of hiramakie, takamakie, sabiage a raden, inlaid with plumb and furnished with silk cords . around Japan Courtesy.

A Lacquer Natsume [Tea Caddy] sold by Christie's, London

A Lacquer Natsume [Tea Caddy] sold by Christie's, London, on Wednesday, November 2009