室瀬和美作 公孫樹蒔絵螺鈿硯箱 Writing box (Suzuribako) with Ginkgo Leaves. Artist:Murose Kazumi (Japanese, born 1950). Period:Heisei period (1989–present) Date:2015. Culture:Japan. Medium:Lacquered wood with gold and silver togidashimaki-e, hiramaki-e and mother-of-pearl inlay
Matsuda Gonroku Master of Lacquer Art and Living National Treasure
里芋菊蒔絵重箱 Stacked Food Box (Jūbako) with Taro Plants and Chrysanthemums. Shibata Zeshin. late Edo (1615–1868)–early Meiji (1868–1912) period. mid-19th century. Japan. Lacquered wood, gold and silver hiramaki-e, takamaki-e, and colored togidashimaki-e. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
A gold lacquer kobako (small box) and cover Meiji Period
Portable Picnic Set (sagejū) with Chrysanthemums, Foliage Scroll, and Tokugawa Family Crest. Edo period. 18th century. Japan. Lacquered wood with gold, silver hiramaki-e, gold and silver foil application on nashiji lacquer ground. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.