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Japanese Antique Lantern For Night Tea Ceremony

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All Items: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Furniture: Pre 1920: item # 1100309

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Japanese Antique Lantern For Night Tea Ceremony
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This is an andon ( lantern ) which is originally used in the tea ceremony held at night. It is made of urushi coated wood for the bottom and the lid, bamboo for the handle and washi ( Japanese paper ) for the hood. The lid is coated with black urushi and the urushi technique for the base is called fuki-urushi that is once coated urushi is wiped so as to the beautiful wood grain can be seen. The lid has a hair line crack, however no problem for use. It has an original wooden box. In good condition except for the flaw mentioned. Late 19th to early 20th century. The bottom:27cm x 27cm Height:33cm


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