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Pair of Dishes Done in Red Lacquer with Makie

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Lacquer: Pre 1900: Item # 1190424

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Pair of Dishes Done in Red Lacquer with Makie

The pair of red lacquered decorated with sumptuous makie or gold painted motifs are used in Japan for celebratory occasions or during festivals. According to the name in Japan, Ozen sara, the plates are used with the ozen or tray used to serve a full course meal. The tray contains motifs of pine and bamboo with either a crane or a pheasant-like bird. Age: 19th century, Edo Period. Size: Smaller Plate: Height 1.75" Diameter: 7.75" Large plate: Height 2" Diameter 9.25"

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