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Artist Unknown 作者不詳 KOBAKO (SMALL BOX) WITH CHEQUER GROUND AND FLOWER ROUNDELS 市松地花丸図蒔絵小箱 Edo period (1615-1868) or Meiji era (1868-1912), second half of the nineteenth century

Artist Unknown 作者不詳 KOBAKO (SMALL BOX) WITH CHEQUER GROUND AND FLOWER ROUNDELS 市松地花丸図蒔絵小箱 Edo period (1615-1868) or Meiji era (1868-1912), second half of the nineteenth century (3)

Artist Unknown 作者不詳 Kobako (small box) with chequer ground and flower roundels 市松地花丸図蒔絵小箱 Edo period or Meiji era second half of the nineteenth century

Makie inro, full of chrysanthemums / SHIBATA Zeshin.  An inrō (印籠) is a traditional Japanese case for holding small objects.

Makie inro (Japanese old pill box), full of chrysanthemums / SHIBATA Zeshin, Japan

A lacquer Kobako [Small Box] Meiji Period (late 19th century), Japan In the form of two pomegranates, decorated in gold, silver and red takamaki-e and kirikane a on a ground of sprinkled gold lacquer, the interior of the lid in togidashi-e with a...

A lacquer Kobako [Small Box] Meiji Period (late 19th century), Japan In the form of two pomegranates, decorated in gold, silver and red takamaki-e and kirikane a on a ground of sprinkled gold lacquer, the interior of the lid in togidashi-e with a...

Japanese Meiji Period wood lacquer Natsume with maki-e technique over branches and leaves. It is in excellent condition with no losses or damages, 2 3/4" tall x 2 3/4" D.

Japanese Meiji Period wood lacquer Natsume with maki-e technique over branches and leaves. It is in excellent condition with no losses or damages, 2 tall x 2 D.

View the Details of Hexagonal covered box with Daimyo oak leaf design in makie and mother-of-pearl inlay.. Gallery Japan transmits Japan’s most beautiful 'traditional art crafts' to the rest of the world.Please check out excellent japanese traditional culture productions(photo) by living national treasures and artists.

View the Details of Hexagonal covered box with Daimyo oak leaf design in makie and mother-of-pearl inlay.. Gallery Japan transmits Japan’s most beautiful 'traditional art crafts' to the rest of the world.Please check out excellent japanese traditional culture productions(photo) by living national treasures and artists.

An inlaid black-lacquer four-lobed kobako (small box) and cover Meiji era (1868-1912) (3)

An inlaid black-lacquer four-lobed kobako (small box) and cover Meiji era

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A Japanese gold lacquer tea caddy (chaire), Meiji period,… - Tea Caddies - Precious Objects - Carter's Price Guide to Antiques and Collectables

Cherry Blossoms and Maple Leaves Tea Caddy

Erik Thomsen Asian Art - Cherry Blossoms and Maple Leaves Tea Caddy

A lacquer box and cover Edo Period (18th-19th Century), signed Hatano and Sadatsugu.

A lacquer box and cover Edo Period Century), signed Hatano and Sadatsugu.

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