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Japanese koro (incense burner) love this one.  V.

Six–lobed incense burner (akoda koro), first half of Edo period Japan Black lacquer with decorations in ground gold, pear–skin.

Incense Burner (Koro ) Edo period (1615–1868)

Nonomura Ninsei (Japanese, ca. Japan, Kyoto, Kyoto Ware Light fawn clay covered with crackled glaze & Gold application; "Flowers of the four Seasons" decoration depicted in polychrome overglaze and Gold paint.

九谷焼 3.5号香炉 渦打青粒宝相華 :仲田錦玉

九谷焼 3.5号香炉 渦打青粒宝相華 :仲田錦玉

Natsume - tea caddy

A small lacquered-wood caddy for thin tea (natsume) Meiji period (late century) Cylindrical with round lid, decorated in gold togidashi, hiramaki-e and takamaki-e with various flowers 2 high

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

Japanese lacquered tea box or caddy (Usucha-ki or natsume) for holding the powdered tea used in tea ceremony, gold iris flower and leaves design on black, lacquered wood, century, Japan