Japanese Taisho Period (1920) wood lacquer round bowl on a cylinder foot. It is made and signed by Bohiko.
It has a very fine rimmed exterior walls of the bowl and fine maki-e gold decorations at the edge of it.
The interior is made with a red lacquer.
4 3/4" tall x 9 1/4" D
Magnificent Japanese Meiji Period wood lacquer two-box covered Fubaku on a base. It is finely decorated with maki-e technique painted floral decorations over the top and sides.
8 1/4" tall x 10 3/4" x 10 3/4" , on the base. There is a red lacquer over interior.
Boxes are 8 1/2" x 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" tall
Japanese Edo Period wood lacquer and Bamboo writing box made with fine mother-of-pearl powder nashiji on top and sides of the box, lacquered Bamboo on rims and fine green black leather-like lacquer interior on the lid and a box , and sections for brushes and an ink-stone.
The box is in very good condition with minimal age wear, no chips, cracks, or losses.
9 1/2" x 7 7/8" x 2 1/8".
Japanese Taisho Period Tea Ceremonial wood black lacquered Tea-cup washing bowl on a stand with a gold interior. The stand is decorated with nine flying cranes over black lacquer; the bowl is removable.
It is in excellent condition with no losses, damages, or stand. It has a light wear to the interior of the bowl.
10 1/2" wide x 7 1/4" tall
Japanese Edo Period (19th century) three-sectional wood lacquer box (Jubako) with a magnificent nashiji over background and maki-e technique over floral decorations on four sides and a lid.
The interior and the bottoms of all sections are also covered with nashiji.
The Jubako is in excellent condition with no losses, chips, or damages (which is rare for the piece of this age).
8 1/4" tall x 7 1/4" tall.
Magnificent Edo Period Japanese wood lacquer silver decorated hanging Incense Burner. It is finely made with maki-e and hiromaki-e technique with three pierced openings over the top with various silver cast originally patinated cloud shaped decorations and three originally patrinated silver rings over Chrysanthemum shaped silver ornaments around gold-lacquer center.
The top and the bottom part of the Koro has six low-relief raised silver and gold color fan shaped floral decorations over beautif ...click for details
Japanese Edo Period (19th century) wood lacquer Netsume (Tea-box) with maki-e and hiromaki-e techniques decorated with Sakura blossoms and leaves.
It is in excellent condition with no chips or damages.
2 1/2" tall x 2 3/4" D