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Japanese Kiriwood Hibachi with Gold lacquer decoration

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Lacquer: Pre 1920: item # 1215250

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Japanese  Kiriwood Hibachi with Gold lacquer decoration
This Japanese hibachi is made from a single piece of Kiri wood, aka paulownia. A design of thick raised gold lacquer, aka Makie depicts Botan peony plant with added colors of pink and green for definition of flower and a single leaf. Hibachi comes with the original copper insert and the condition is very good. A couple of hard to find scratches and tiny (pinheadsize) dents on the top rim. Hibachi dates from late Meiji period. The size is approx 6.5" diameter x 6 high

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