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Writing box, Design of Yatsu-hashi bridge Edo period, 18th century Ogata Korin Tokyo National Museum

Writing box, Design of Yatsu-hashi bridge Edo period, century Ogata Korin Tokyo National Museum

Lacquer Box with Tale of Genji design, made in Japan, circa 1800 Laca Caja con Cuento de Genji diseño, hecho en Japón, alrededor de 1800

Lacquer box with Tale of Genji design, made in Japan, Urushi design. Picture painted with lacquer.

Japanese box and utensils for incense ceremony set ~  Black lacquer decorated with sprinkled lacquer; clematis and butterfly folded incense paper design ~  Edo period (1615-1868)

Japanese box and utensils for incense ceremony set ~ Black lacquer decorated with sprinkled lacquer; clematis and butterfly folded incense paper design, Edo period

Stationery box, Momoyama period  early 17th century Japan  Lacquer, with sprinkled gold decoration in Kodaiji style, inlaid with gold and silver foil. The bold designs and gorgeous floral decoration in sprinkled gold on the gold and black lacquerwork of this large box for writing paper are characteristic of lacquerware associated with Kodaiji. This temple, built in 1606 in memory of the great shogun Toyotomi Hideyoshi  by his widow, is the epitome of the lavish taste of the Momoyama age.

Stationery box, Momoyama period early century Japan Lacquer, with sprinkled gold decoration in Kodaiji style, inlaid with gold and silver foil

Writing Box with Design of Gourd and Butterfly  Shibata Zeshin  (Japanese, 1807–1891)  Period: Meiji period (1868–1912) Date: 1886 Culture: Japan Medium: Powdered gold and silver (maki-e) on black lacquer

Writing Box with Design of Gourd and Butterfly Shibata Zeshin (Japanese, Period: Meiji period Date: 1886 Culture: Japan Medium: Powdered gold and silver (maki-e) on black lacquer

Incense Box in the Shape of a Book Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: early 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Inner tray of ivory, sprin...

Incense Box in the Shape of a Book Period: Edo period Date: early century Culture: Japan Medium: Inner tray of ivory, sprin.

Box from a Marriage Set  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: first half of the 18th century Culture: Japan Medium: Lacquer

Box from a Marriage Set Period: Edo period Date: first half of the century Culture: Japan Medium: Lacquer

Japanese Ceramics, Japanese Porcelain, Japanese Pottery, Japan Art, Decorative Boxes, Wooden Boxes, Painted Boxes, Trinket Boxes, Chinese Art

Japanese Stacking Black Lacquer Boxes

Japanese Woodblock Prints and Decorative Arts

early 20th c. Syrian decorated box of brass inlaid with silver and copper, decorated with foliage, jewels and votive inscriptions.  11x18x10 cm.

Syrian decorated box of brass inlaid with silver and copper, decorated with foliage, jewels and votive inscriptions.

JAPANESE LACQUER EDO MAKIE COSMETIC BOX

JAPANESE LACQUER EDO MAKIE COSMETIC BOX

A RARE INCISED AND GILT CINNABAR LACQUER BOX AND COVER RYUKYU KINGDOM, 17TH / 18TH CENTURY

A RARE INCISED AND GILT CINNABAR LACQUER BOX AND COVER RYUKYU KINGDOM, 17TH / 18TH CENTURY

A Japanese Lacquer Bunko [Document Box] and a Suzuribako [Writing Box] Edo - Meiji period (19th century)  Each similarly decorated in gold hiramaki-e [low-relief lacquer], takamaki-e [high-relief lacquer] and mother-of pearl inlays with chrysanthemums, kikyo [Japanese bellflower] and autumn grasses, inner fitted tray, nashiji [sprinkled gold powder] interior; the suzuribako with a fitted tray containing a slate inkstone

A Japanese Lacquer Bunko [Document Box] and a Suzuribako [Writing Box] Edo - Meiji period (19th century) Each similarly decorated in gold hiramaki-e [low-relief lacquer], takamaki-e [high-relief lacquer] and mother-of pearl inlays with chrysanthemums, kikyo [Japanese bellflower] and autumn grasses, inner fitted tray, nashiji [sprinkled gold powder] interior; the suzuribako with a fitted tray containing a slate inkstone

Banura Shōgo (Japanese, 1901 – 1982), Writing Box. Japan, Showa period, 1930-1940. Dry lacquer (kanshitsu) base in dark green, with deep red lacquer edges, designs in gold and raised lacquers (taka-makie), interior with gold and silver scattered flakes (nashiji). 8 1/2 x 7 1/2 x 12 5/8 inches (12.6 in = 32.1 cm). Made in Kyoto, Japan. Gift of Jeffrey Cline and William Knospe in honor of Frederick R. McBrien III. Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Banura Shōgo (Japanese, 1901 – 1982), Writing Box. Japan, Showa period, 1930-1940. Dry lacquer (kanshitsu) base in dark green, with deep red lacquer edges, designs in gold and raised lacquers (taka-makie), interior with gold and silver scattered flakes (nashiji). 8 1/2 x 7 1/2 x 12 5/8 inches (12.6 in = 32.1 cm). Made in Kyoto, Japan. Gift of Jeffrey Cline and William Knospe in honor of Frederick R. McBrien III. Philadelphia Museum of Art.

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