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A large Rinpa-style lacquer document box Edo period (1615-1868), 18th century

A large Rinpa-style lacquer document box Edo period (1615-1868), 18th century

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Pine and Sasanqua makie inkstone case/ Korin Ogata

Pine and Sasanqua makie inkstone case/ Korin Ogata

A lacquer suzuribako (writing box) Edo period/Meiji era (19th century)

A lacquer suzuribako (writing box) Edo period/Meiji era (19th century)

Cosmetic Box (mayudzukuri-bako) with Pine, Bamboo, Plum, and Tokugawa Family Crest on Wood-Grain Ground. Edo period. early 18th century. Japan Medium:Lacquered wood with gold, silver takamaki-e, hiramaki-e, togidashimaki-e, gold and silver foil application, gold and silver inlay on wood-grain lacquer ground

Cosmetic Box (mayudzukuri-bako) with Pine, Bamboo, Plum, and Tokugawa Family Crest on Wood-Grain Ground. Edo period. early 18th century. Japan Medium:Lacquered wood with gold, silver takamaki-e, hiramaki-e, togidashimaki-e, gold and silver foil application, gold and silver inlay on wood-grain lacquer ground

Gold Makie lacquer document box by Matoba Akimasa. Takamakie (raised makie) is a kind of Makie lacquer technique, in which metallic powders are applied to soft surface designs built up through a mixture of lacquer and charcoal or clay dust. They are affixed by a protective lacquer coat and polished.  This box was made by one of the prestigious Wajima lacquer craftsman, Matoba Akimasa,   Showa period

Gold Makie lacquer document box by Matoba Akimasa. Takamakie (raised makie) is a kind of Makie lacquer technique, in which metallic powders are applied to soft surface designs built up through a mixture of lacquer and charcoal or clay dust. They are affixed by a protective lacquer coat and polished. This box was made by one of the prestigious Wajima lacquer craftsman, Matoba Akimasa, Showa period

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