Japanese lacquerware

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Japanese Bird Cage - 18th C. /  Black lacquer ground with gold and silver maki-e, dyed wood, and silk netting - The cranes, wheels, and flowing poem scripts decorating this birdcage refer to both Wakanoura, an inlet on the Kii Peninsula revered as the “bay of poetry,” and to several famous compositions that celebrate this scenic place.

鳥かご Birdcage Period: Edo period Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Black lacquer ground with gold and silver maki-e, dyed wood, and silk netting

Japanese lacquer wood box by National Living Treasure of Japan, MAE Fumio (1940-)

Japanese lacquer wood box by National Living Treasure of Japan, MAE Fumio…

red lacquered wood tea caddy (natsume) with gold maki-e design of horsetail or scouring rushes (tokusa 木賊); chū-natsume (medium jujube fruit) shape; with signed tomobako.

red lacquered wood tea caddy (natsume) with gold maki-e design of horsetail or scouring rushes (tokusa 木賊); with signed tomobako.

Lacquer inro with a falcon perched on a stand by Jukakusai Hisataka, 1850s, Japan 寿鶴斎久高

Lacquer inro with a falcon perched on a stand - Grace Tsumugi Fine Art

Maki-e lacquer box by National Living Treasure of Japan, Masami ISOI

Maki-e lacquer box by National Living Treasure of Japan, Masami ISOI:

Shibata Zeshin (Japanese, 1807–1891). Stacked Food Box (Jūbako) with Taro Plants and Chrysanthemums,  mid-19th century.  Late Edo (1615–1868)–Early Meiji (1868–1912) period. Japan. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Mary Griggs Burke Collection, Gift of the Mary and Jackson Burke Foundation, 2015 (2015.300.289a–g)   | This work is exhibited in the “Celebrating the Arts of Japan: The Mary Griggs Burke Collection” exhibition, on view through January 22, 2017.#AsianArt100

Shibata Zeshin (Japanese, Stacked Food Box (Jūbako) with Taro Plants and Chrysanthemums, century. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Incense box (kobako) in the shape of a Mandarin Duck, Meiji period (1868–1912)  Japan  Maki-e decorated lacquer

Incense box (kobako) in the shape of a Mandarin Duck, Meiji period Maki–e decorated lacquer; cm ©The Metropolitan Museum of Art

金胎蒔絵漆箱 「飛翔」 文化遺産オンライン

金胎蒔絵漆箱 「飛翔」 文化遺産オンライン

Art Boxes, Wood Boxes, Japanese Tea Ceremony, Japanese Style, Japanese Art, Tea Caddy, Wood Art, Objet Design, Asian Art

Japanese Writing Box(suzuri bako)

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彫漆布袋葵文手箱 文化遺産オンライン

彫漆布袋葵文手箱 文化遺産オンライン

INRŌ HARA YOYUSAI (1772-1845) This red lacquer inrō has four cases or compartments and is signed by Yoyusai. The decoration covers the entire surface and depicts a squirrel in relief hanging from a vine that has bunches of grapes in mother-of-pearl and some leaves in green-tinged ivory while others are in gold hiramakie (flat sprinkled painting).

INRŌ HARA YOYUSAI (1772-1845) This red lacquer inrō has four cases or compartments and is signed by Yoyusai. The decoration covers the entire surface and depicts a squirrel in relief hanging from a vine that has bunches of grapes in mother-of-pearl and some leaves in green-tinged ivory while others are in gold hiramakie (flat sprinkled painting).

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