Japanese lacquer tray (Sakazuki) for o-toso - "o-toso" is spiced medicinal sake traditionally drunk during New Year celebration to flush away the previous year's maladies and to aspire to lead a long life in Japan.

Japanese lacquer tray (Sakazuki) for o-toso - "o-toso" - spiced medicinal sake traditionally drank during the New Year celebration to flush away the previous year's maladies and to aspire to lead a long life in Japan.

japanese lacquer Fubako

japanese lacquer Fubako (Long, rectangular Japanese lacquer box designed for carrying letters or messages)

4476 Japanese black lacquer bunko box, Rimpa (korin-style) lacquer with pewter and m.o.p inlay, c.1900

4476 Japanese Black Lacquer Bunko Box, Rimpa (korin-style) Lacquer With Pewter And Mother Of Pearl Inlay,

A FIVE-CASE LACQUER INRO SIGNED KAJIKAWA SAKU AND WITH RED POT SEAL EDO PERIOD (EARLY 19TH CENTURY)(REAR VIEW)

A five-case lacquer inro signed Kajikawa Saku and with red pot seal Edo Period (Early Century (rear view).

Japanese tea caddy by NAMIKAWA Yasuyuki, 1880~1900, Copper, gold, silver, cloisonné enamels, Japan | Victoria & Albert Museum

Container and lid

Copper box and lid, covered with cloisonné enamels and mounted in silver and gilt; decorated with small coloured flowers; Namikawa, Kyoto, ca.

The traditional Japanese craft of Wajima Nuri (Wajima lacquerware) involves a long, complicated process with dozens of steps involving wood, lacquer, gold, silver, and mother-of-pearl to produce the best lacquerware in the world. Much of this work, both traditional and modern, can be viewed in musea and workshops across Wajima.

The traditional Japanese craft of Wajima Nuri (Wajima lacquerware) involves a long, complicated process with dozens of steps involving wood, lacquer, gold, silver, and mother-of-pearl to produce the best lacquerware in the world. Much of this work, both traditional and modern, can be viewed in musea and workshops across Wajima.

Japanese tea caddy (Natsume) lacquered with gold and mother of pearl inlay

Japanese tea caddy (Natsume) lacquered with gold and mother of pearl inlay

Exquisite Antique Japanese Lacquered Wood Jubako Edo Taka - Makie Stacking Boxes Boxes photo

Decorative Boxes : Exquisite Antique Japanese Lacquered Wood Jubako Edo Taka – Makie Stacking Boxes -Read More –

A PAIR OF CHINESE CINNABAR LACQUER VASES CIRCA 1900. Each carved to the body with scholars and attendants amongst a mountainous landscape, the neck with lotus scrolls

A Pair of Chinese Cinnabar Vases, circa carved with scholars and attendants amongst a mountainous landscape, with the neck inscribed with lotus scrolls

Taisho Period Japanese Laquer Box

Taisho Period Japanese Laquer Box

Beautiful hand painted wooded Japanese lacquer box with sakura cherry blossom motif, including silver paint. Dates to mid Taisho period. Excellent condition for

A FOUR-CASE LACQUER INRO, EDO PERIOD (18TH CENTURY). Depicting Mongols hunting game

A FOUR-CASE LACQUER INRO, EDO PERIOD (18TH CENTURY). Depicting Mongols hunting game

Case (Inrō) with Design of Birds in Flight above Flowering Iris (obverse); Butterflies above Flowering Peony (reverse), 18th–19th century. Japan. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1913 (13.67.90)

Case (Inrō) with Design of Birds in Flight above Flowering Iris (obverse); Butterflies above Flowering Peony (reverse), century. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

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