Categories: Lacquer (36)
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Japanese Bamoob Ikebana Basket with Rootwood Handle
Japanese Gold-Lacquered Box with Hen & Cockerel
Japanese Gold-Lacquered Box with Hen & Cockerel
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A maki-e tebako designed in hiramaki-e and kirikane with Bugaku imagery of a cockerel and hen perched upon a drum, their feathers naturalistically defined. The drum is embellished with a bold, writhing dragon spanning its length among clouds in silver and gold lacquers. The interior tray within this covered box is designed on a polished kinji ground - with a Noh mask and musical instruments. This fine and rare gold-lacquered tebako is in excellent condition with no damage and no restorati... Click for details
Japanese Gold and Silver Lacquer Covered Box
Japanese Gold and Silver Lacquer Covered Box
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A delicate gold and silver lacquer covered box with inner tray and aogai inlay forming two overlapping, conjoined boxes. Overall imagery consists of pine, rockwork and running streams cascading through mountains. Its idyllic, fairy- book setting detailed in sprinkled gold, high relief and nashiji is a feast for the eyes. This stunning gold-lacquered box is in excellent condition with only minor wear on the edges consistent with age and use. Gilt signature and red-lacquered seal of the famous lac... Click for details
Japanese Gold Lacquered Inro with Foliage
Japanese Gold Lacquered Inro with Foliage
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This is a luxurious five-case, gold-lacquered inro depicting a grove of foliage and flowers in gold and silver takamaki-e on a gold kinji ground. The foliage is naturalistically rendered with kirikane details, the interiors executed in rich amber-colored nashiji. A coral ojime keeps the woven silk string in place. This inro is in very good condition with the raised signature of Kogyoku Sai on the base. 19th Century, Japan
Japanese Gold Lacquered Box with Hibiscus, Interior Tray with Lotus
Japanese Gold Lacquered Box with Hibiscus, Interior Tray with Lotus
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A gold-lacquered covered box of rectangular form with silver mounts and an inner tray. Its exterior is sprinkled with minute gold-lacquered flakes highlighting hibiscus flowers on leafy stems. The luxuriant flowers are arranged asymmetrically and detailed with aogai, silver hiramaki-e and kirikane. Its Inner tray features lotus flowers and foliage in gold and silver hiramaki-e on a kinji ground; the Interiors embellished with nashiji lacquer. This extraordinary lacquer box is in excellent condit... Click for details
Japanese Gold-Lacqured Kobako with Tray
Japanese Gold-Lacqured Kobako with Tray
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An enchanting Japanese kobako of rectangular form beautifully layered with multiple gold lacquers, its image of floating open fans and spring flowers along a stylized stream revealed through clouds of sprinkled gold dust. Designed Inside with an elegant tray with an asymmetrical image of two Manchurian cranes atop gnarled pine trees on a kinji ground. Mounted with silver rims, the interior is embellished with dense amber-colored nashiji. This fine kobako comes with its tomobako, and is in excell... Click for details
Japanese Red Lacquered Plate with Chili Peppers
Japanese Red Lacquered Plate with Chili Peppers
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A large footed, shallow bowl of vibrant red, gold and silver lacquer with a highly unusual theme of succulent chili peppers arranged in a spontaneous manner. The chili peppers are worked in takazogan (high relief) with wrinkly skins naturalistically treated. On the reverse, an assortment of mon (crests) in gold and black lacquer provides a more formal motif. (This rare lacquer bowl was formerly owned by the noted physician, William Sturgis Bigelow, a major collector of Japanese art during the Me... Click for details
A Three-Case Inro Illustrating Six of the One Hundred Poets
A Three-Case Inro Illustrating Six of the One Hundred Poets
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A fine nashiji-ground, three-case inro with two round medallions, front and reverse, illustrating six of the one hundred poets in gold, silver and red –colored lacquers on a gold-sprinkled ground. Attached to the inro an adjustable purple silk string bears an amber ojime. This superb gold-lacquered inro is in excellent condition with only minimal wear to the silver lacquer, commensurate with age and use. Length: 2.75” , width: 3” Edo Period, Japan
Lacquer Kogo Formed as a Koto
Lacquer Kogo Formed as a Koto
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This is a lacquer kogo (box) finely modeled as a thirteen-stringed koto, Japan's national instrument. The kogo exhibits its strings and movable bridges in gold and red-colored lacquer hiramaki-e (low relief). This exquisite lacquer work is executed in gold and silver lacquer and simulates the grained surface of the kiriwood instrument, itself. The interior, a luxurious nashiji ground. The kogo is in excellent condition with no cracks, chips or restoration. Length: 6" Meiji Period, Japan
A Red-Lacquered Three Case Inro with Cockereal
A Red-Lacquered Three Case Inro with Cockereal
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A finely executed three-case lacquer inro with cockerel inlaid with mother-of-pearl and metals in rimpa technique on red ground. Signed on base in maki-e, Ryuhei-zo. Edo Period. Published: Champaud Collection catalog.
Gold Lacquered Natsume
Gold Lacquered Natsume
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This is an extraordinary gold maki-e natsume (tea container) inlaid with aogai, or mother-of-pearl. On its body and lid, a continuous scene, intricately executed, shows chrysanthemums blossoming over a checkerboard fence. The interior is done in dense nashiji "pear-skin" technique. With original fitted kiri-wood box. The natsume is in excellent condition, with no chips, cracks or restoration. Height: 2.75", diameter: 2.75" Late Meiji/Early Taisho Period, Japan
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