The size of Large Tray: 12" Square, Small size: 11 3/8" Square. The set of 2 beautiful Roiro Trays with lovely Kusudama design done Makie. It came with Tomobako. The cover of Tomobako said in Japanese, "Roiro Kusudama Makie"(black lacquer Kusudama design), "Suzuri Buta"(suzuri cover). It is called Suzuri Buta because the cover of Suzuribako like shape tray with rounded edge and corner on the bottom. Inside cover has Japanese written as, "Miyazaki Heiando" which is first quality Japanese Furniture maker in Kyoto and they sold finest quality of Makie pieces as well in old days. It has beautiful Kusudama design on both trays. Kusudama is decorative ball which goes back to Heian Period. They made ball shape back contain, fragnance as well as medicine grass inside. The decoration by different colors of flowers and origami were added to those bags with 5 diffrent colors ribons. Kusudama is good luck symbol as others in Japan. The condition of both trays are excellent because of they were never been used. Dating of trays from 1930-1940's (prewar). Please note the left side of back side two tray view showing little wrinkle like looking but it is from the lighting box shadow is showing. Please see additional photos of this item at #1221059.