All Items : Artists : Lacquer : Pre 1990 item #343570 (stock #L 004)
Tall and slender natsume of cylindrical shape, the deep cover and receptacle meeting at the middle of its height. Plain black lacquer ground, undecorated. Black lacquer interiors. Signed at the bottom with an incised stylized seal mark ZÔHIKO (the character zô means ‘elephant’). Height 3 1/8” (8 cm), diameter 2” (5 cm). Purchased in Japan around 1985...
All Items : Artists : Lacquer : Pre 1990 item #1192314 (stock #T-h1008)
RYOUTAN
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Very fine Japanese "Go" board and a "Go" bowl and Go pieces set.
Artist name "Somata Shinzan"(1932~)...
All Items : Artists : Lacquer : Pre 2000 item #345277 (stock #L 025)
Black lacquer ground, with gold metal mounting. Decorated in gold, red and green hiramakie lacquer with peonies growing from rocks. Signed KOKKÔSAI. Brought out by Pilot. Length 5 ¼ inches (13.3 cm). Purchased in Japan around 1995. Pristine condition.
In fitted wooden box (tomobako), 7 1/8” (L) x 1 5/8” (H) x 2 ½” (W) (18 x 4 x 6.3 cm), placed inside white cardboard box. All leaflets, instructions, etc., and 10 ink cartridges, included.

This piece is located in Europe (EC).

All Items : Artists : Lacquer : Pre 1980 item #343825 (stock #L 011)
Deep red-brown lacquer ground decorated in black lacquer with an all-over design of scattered cherry petals. Black lacquer interiors. Inside the lid decorated with the outline of the Yoshino hills in sprinkled gold powders and applied with scattered tiny gold metal cherry petals. Height 2 7/8” (7.3 cm), diameter 2 5/8” (6.7 cm). Purchased in Japan around 1980. Very slight rubbing, otherwise perfect condition...
All Items : Artists : Lacquer : Pre 1990 item #1192313 (stock #T-h1008)
RYOUTAN
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Very fine Japanese "Go" board and a "Go" bowl and Go pieces set.
Artist name "Somata Shinzan"(1932~).
A famous Wajima lacquer artist with many domestic award histories.

Go bowls are decorated in beautiful rise makie on the roiro(shiny deep black)lacquer ground with tiger and dragon design.
Go board is based on real Japanese nutmeg tree,Hon-Kaya.
A grain of wood is very beautiful.

There are two kind of Go piece.
A white is based on real Japanese common crient clam...
All Items : Artists : Lacquer : Contemporary item #1014829
The Bodhisattva Collection
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From our Southeast Asia Collection, a lacquerware masterpiece from the famed U Aung Myint workshop in Myinkaba Village, Pagan Burma (Myanmar), from which the British Museum has commissioned pieces for display in London. See Isaacs and Burton, Visions from the Golden Land, Burma and the Art of Lacquer page 222-223...
All Items : Artists : Lacquer : Pre 1990 item #373858 (stock #L 044)
Set of five circular red dishes, decorated in black lacquer with the flowers of the seasons. The base of thin but strong cypress wood, the wood-grain visible through of top-layer of red lacquer over a base-coat of black lacquer. Each dish decorated with a black lacquer line- drawing of one of the five seasonal plants (Plum, orchids, pine, bamboo, chrysanthemum.) Each dish signed at the underside with a gold lacquer seal ZÔHIKO. Japan, approx. 1985.
Diameter 4 ¼ in...
All Items : Artists : Lacquer : Pre 2000 item #1192116 (stock #T-h1005)
RYOUTAN
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The greatest of all Wajima-nuri lacquer Chin-kin artists, Konishi Keisuke's work.
It is based on wood, decorated in gold chin-kin makie on the roiro(shiny deep black)lacquer ground.

He did first winning a contest in Nitten in Showa 41(1966).
Three special selection, 20 winning a contest or more.
One of the most expensive artists, and he is the most popular in a present-day Wajima-nuri lacquer artist.
He has a prominent lacquer technique and good design qualities...
All Items : Artists : Lacquer : Pre 2000 item #1265352 (stock #752)
A superbly crafted wooden tray of Tocchi (Horse Chestnut), the top hollowed out and the bottom painstakingly textured and covered with natural clear urushi lacquer by woodworker Iwamoto Yasuo enclosed in the original signed wooden box and bearing an exhibition label on the base. It is 27 x 47 x 7 cm (10-1/2 x 18-1/2 x 3 inches) and is in fine condition, dating from 1985. Tocchi wood is highly prized for its intense grain patterns and the tiger-stripe effect in its surface.
All Items : Artists : Lacquer : Contemporary item #838344 (stock #ga-53013 )
A richly hand painted, lacquered wood picture frame with a hand combed faux finish, made by European artists Daniel Grant and Ingela Noren; stamped with maker's mark in gold on reverse; Measurement: Outside dimensions:  11 5/8 x 9 5/8 inches; suitable for a 5 x 7 image. Condition: new
All Items : Artists : Lacquer : Pre 1990 item #343317 (stock #L 002)
Red lacquer ground with an all-over design of stylized chrysanthemums (kiku mon) in chinkin technique. Chinkin technique consists of incised lines filled with gold dust. Black lacquer interiors. Signed at bottom in incised characters: SHIGEIO. Wajima chinkin lacquer. Height 2 ¾” (7 cm), diameter 2 3/8” (6,7 cm). Purchased in Japan around 1982. Perfect condition...
All Items : Artists : Lacquer : Pre 1980 item #344044 (stock #L 017)
Red lacquer ground, engraved with five fan-shaped panels, each depicting flowers of the seasons such as plum, bamboo, orchids, and chrysanthemum. The design outlined in dark silver lacquer. The bottom in black lacquer. Black lacquer interiors. Height 2 7/8” (7.3 cm), 2 7/8” diameter (7.3 cm). Purchased in Japan around 1980. Perfect condition.
In fitted wooden box (tomobako) 4 ¼ x 3 ½ x 3 ½ inches (11 x 9 x 9 cm)...
All Items : Artists : Lacquer : Contemporary item #1017251
From our Southeast Asia Collection, an inscribed lacquerware covered vessel from the famed U Aung Myint workshop in Myinkaba Village, Pagan Burma (Myanmar), from which the British Museum has commissioned pieces for display in London. See Isaacs and Burton, Visions from the Golden Land, Burma and the Art of Lacquer page 222-223. We had the honor, privilege, and education of watching artisans in this famous lacquer workshop creating modern masterpieces in the yun style, an extremely labor intensiv...
All Items : Artists : Lacquer : Pre 1990 item #344046 (stock #L 018)
Beige lacquer ground, decorated in gold and red hiramakie lacquer and sprinkled with gold powders with an all-over design of scattered maple leaves on stylized waves. Black lacquer interiors. Black bottom. Unsigned. Height 3” (7.7 cm), diameter 2 7/8” (7.3 cm). Purchased in Japan round 1990. Perfect condition
In wooden box (tomobako) 3 7/8 x 3 ½ x 3 ½ inches (10 x 9 x 9 cm), not matching. The box inscribed, signed and sealed at one side with the name KINSAI.

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All Items : Artists : Lacquer : Pre 1990 item #343791 (stock #L 008)
Tea caddy of low, wide shape (hira natsume). The wooden base covered with semi-transparent dark brown lacquer. Decorated in red lacquer with stylized chrysanthemums and grasses with inlaid silver metal dewdrops. The bottom in black lacquer. Black lacquer interiors. Height 2” (5.2 cm), diameter 3 1/8” (8 cm). Purchased in Japan around 1980. Perfect condition. In fitted wooden box (tomobako) 3 ¾ x 3 5/8 x 3 5/8 inches (9.5 x 10 x 10 cm), inscribed at one side tsuyu kiku (dew drops on chrysa...
All Items : Artists : Lacquer : Contemporary item #605553 (stock #J036)
GALLERY TSUMUGI
$250.00
Azuma Hideo (1950~ ) is an emerging urushi artist and craftsman whose work is novel and creative. This is a wooden bowl on which camellias and a plum tree with blossoms are carved and painted with urushi (Japanese lacquer). In excellent condition. Contemporary. Height 11cm 4.3" Diameter 16.5cm 6.5"
All Items : Artists : Lacquer : Contemporary item #1267271 (stock #1045)
Dragon's Pearl
$480.00
A rounded, oblong tea-tray of wood decorated with an abstract pattern in different types of colored lacquer including grays, gold, silver, red and darkish tones. Some incised patterns as well. A highly aesthetic object for use or decoration by the upcoming lacquer artist Shiichiro Fujino (b. 1972 in Shiga), based in Kanazawa. Japan, 2012. L 32 cm, W 26 cm. For additional information see: “ INSPIRED SHAPES “ Contemporary Designs for Japan’s Antcient Crafts by Ori Koyama. 480
All Items : Artists : Lacquer : Contemporary item #1248602 (stock #A2-7)
Oriental Treasure Box
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Japanese 21st century rock paperweight with lacquered and shell inlaid dragonfly design by Japanese lacquer artist Okada (Yuji) Shihoh. Okada live and works in the Kyoto area. The paperweight is designed with a beautiful dragonfly done in lacquer and shell inlays. The paper weight measures 3 1/4" long, by 1 5/8" height by 2 5/8" in depth.