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All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1980 item #1290139 (stock #T-M1269)
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A simple yet impressive set of five lacquer soup bowls by Hattori Shunsho. These relatively large bowls are decorated with Japanese radish motif through inside out, which is very unique. Hattori Shusho was born in Kyoto in 1943. He had received various awards in lacquer ware, such as Japan Fine Arts Exhibition, and is a councilor of the exhibition.

Condition: This refined lacquer bowls are in excellent condition with no cracks, no damages or no restorations...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1920 item #1287260 (stock #T-H1263)
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A body of traditional hand drum decorated with bell motif Maki-e made during Edo period. The hand drums are used as music instruments for traditional performances such as Kabuki, Noh and other traditional plays and musical events.

Japanese bells are somewhat like a jingle bell in form, though the materials produce a coarse, rolling sound. It come in many sizes, ranging from tiny ones on good luck charms to large ones at shrine entrances...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1920 item #1287147 (stock #T-H1262)
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A beautiful traditional Japanese drum called “Shime-daiko” decorated with beautiful Makie made during Edo period. The motifs of the Makie are traditional flowers and a fringe or guard on swords, which is very unique.

Shime-daiko are classically constructed with the skin placed over iron or steel rings, which are then tightened with ropes. Similar to African talking drums, both drum heads are bound together with cords so that the drum heads are bound by each other...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1920 item #1286946 (stock #T-H1264)
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A body of traditional hand drum decorated with lovely hydrangea motif Maki-e made during Edo period. The hand drums are used as music instruments for traditional performances such as Kabuki, Noh and other traditional plays and musical events.

Condition: This rarely found hand drum is in excellent conditions, with slight wear due to aging, however with no damages or no restorations...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1920 item #1286258 (stock #T-H1257)
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A body of large traditional hand drum decorated with beautiful Makie made during Edo period. The hand drums are used as music instruments for traditional performances such as Kabuki, Noh and other traditional plays and musical events. The motif of the Makie is fringe or guard on swords, which is very unique.

Condition: This rarely found hand drum is in excellent conditions, with slight wear due to aging, however with no damages or no restorations...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1920 item #1282930 (stock #T-M1245)
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This splendid Maki-e suzuribako or ink box is decorated with gorgeous dragon and iris. The lid of the box is depicted with auspicious dragon motif, while the inside is decorated with iris in gold Maki-e, which is very brilliant. In side of the box, there is a very unique ink stone in gourd form and a small water container.

Condition: This gorgeous ink box is in excellent condition, as it has never been used, with no damages, no cracks and no restorations...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1900 item #1282813 (stock #T-A1249)
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A lovely set of incense ceremony utensils of Edo period, consists of a tray, a incense case, a incense burner, and a box to put everything in. All of the items are decorated with elaborate gold raised Makie.

The tray is delicately decorated with vine motif on top of nashiji ground, while the censer is decorated with elaborately depicted flower motif on top of the rid...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1920 item #1281466 (stock #T-H1248)
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A three-tiered gold Makie incense case of Edo period with elaborately depicted fern motif on top of gorgeous Nashiji ground. The incense case is trilaminare that can be divied into three cases.

Incense cases were used for Kôdô ( "Way of Incense"), which is the Japanese art of appreciating incense...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1970 item #1278390 (stock #T-M1213)
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Fabulous set of lacquered soup bowls with Rosanjin “The Sun and The Moon” design made by Tsuji Sekisai 4th. This famous “The Sun and The Moon” design pattern was co-created with Kitaoji Rosanjin (1883-1959), who was a friend of the Tsuji sekisai 2nd. Rosanjin was known as an epicure, calligrapher, ceramicist, engraver, painter, lacquer artist and restaurateur during the early to mid-Showa period...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1960 item #1278072 (stock #T-H1242)
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An elegant old fashioned set of five "Wajima" lacquer soup bowls, which has unique contrast. On the outside, these bowls are decorated with plain and simple black lacquer, on the other hand, the inside of them have very gorgeous gold Maki-e...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1970 item #1276592 (stock #T-M1212)
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A fine set of small lacquer plates made by Komori Kunie, a living national treasure lacquer artist. A set of five plates are simply decorated with gold with the grain, which has avery unique flavor.

Condition: This simple yet significant lacquer plates are in excellent condition, no damages and no restorations. It comes with original kiri-box, Tomobako.

Size:15cm (5.9") x 3.5cm (1.4”)

Age: Showa period...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1920 item #1276154 (stock #T-O1237)
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An elegant incense case decorated with delicate, elaborate and sophisticated gold makie of Meiji period. It is filled with various Japanese flowers in gold color gradation. Inside of the box is decorated with gorgeous Nashiji makie finish.

Condition: This lovely gold Makie incense case is in excellent condition, with no damages, no cracks and no restorations. It comes with a fitted kiri box.

Size: 7.5cm (3”) x 2.6cm (1”)

Age: Meiji period ...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1920 item #1269030 (stock #T-O1211)
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A set of refined, simple yet elegant tea articles with a splendid gold Makie box and tray, which is fairly sophisticated traditional motifs. An elegant, refined and functional set of tea articles, consists of tea box, tray, tea cup, natsume (tea caddy), chashaku (tea spoon), chataku (tea whisk), two fukusa (tea cloth) and shifuku (silk pouch for tea caddy). The rid of the elegant black lacqured tea box is decorated with drawings of Mt. Fuji and typical rural landscape in gold makie technique. ...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1920 item #1258353 (stock #T-BN1185)
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A very rare set of incense ceremony utensils with elaborate and high raised Makie lacquer shelf of Edo period. The top of the elegant Makie lacquer shelf is decorated with gorgeous gold high raised Makie, depicted with autum motifs such as deer and maple leafs. The side of the beautiful Makie shelf is decorated with various autumn flowers and maple leafs.

This is a set of articles used for incense guessing game, such as incense burners, game board, recording board, incense case, and v...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1980 item #1255221 (stock #TM1171,-2,-3)
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This elegant series of Wajima lacquer wares with "Five Sacred" motifs consists of a set of five trays, five lunch boxes and five dish bowls were made by Sato Koichi, a prestigious Wajima lacquer craftsman and Japan Fine Arts Exhibition judge.

The "Five Sacred" motifs are pine, bamboo, plum, chrysanthemum and orchid, which are all considered as auspicious motifs originated during the Chinese Sung era among black and white drawing artists. Among these five motifs, pine, bamboo and plum w...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1970 item #1255083 (stock #T-O1184)
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A set of five beautiful gold Makie dining tray decorated with flowers of all four seasons at each corner of a tray, such as cherry blossom for spring, hydrangea for summer, chrysanthemum for autumn, and adonis ramosa for winter. This set of five gold Makie Wajima tray is simple, yet elegant and refined.

The art of lacquerware most likely arrived in Japan from China through the Korean Peninsula along with Buddhism and the Chinese writing system in the Asuka and Nara periods (6th throug...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1900 item #1255004 (stock #T-M1189)
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A set of ten rare, graceful and gorgeous Makie lacquer soup bowls of the late Edo period. They are decorated with traditional "bird-and-flower" motif Makie works of mid 19th century, which is elegant, refined, and very unique. Inside of the lids are depicted with a crane and turtle, which are also known as auspicious motifs. It seems that the ten soup bowls had been rarely used.

Condition: The set of ten soup bowls are in exceptionally excellent condition, due to high quality of t...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1920 item #1253429 (stock #T-H1180)
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An unique red lacquer incense container elaborately carved with a mantis high relief. Side of the lid is decorated with the Chinese pattern. Inside of the box is finished with black lacquer. The unique posture or the activities of the mantis had been observed since the ancient times by people in Japan, as well as, in the other countries. Just like the English other name for mantis (“praying mantis”) in the Western countries, the Japanese Mantis also used to be called as “praying...