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A lacquer cosmetic box (tebako) Attributed to Shirayama Shosai, (1853-1923), 19th century The rectangular box with a slightly domed cover and designed with a variety of butterflies rendered in iro-e togidashi against a glossy roiro ground, the interior hirame on a roiro-nuri ground, silver rims With a wood storage box with a paper label on the exterior inscribed Maki-e cho tsukushi mon go tebako den Shosai saku (Lacquer cosmetic box with butterfly design, attributed to Shosai)

A lacquer cosmetic box (tebako) Attributed to Shirayama Shosai, (1853-1923), 19th century The rectangular box with a slightly domed cover and designed with a variety of butterflies rendered in iro-e togidashi against a glossy roiro ground, the interior hirame on a roiro-nuri ground, silver rims With a wood storage box with a paper label on the exterior inscribed Maki-e cho tsukushi mon go tebako den Shosai saku (Lacquer cosmetic box with butterfly design, attributed to Shosai)

Tugaru Laquer Japan 津軽塗

Tugaru Laquer Japan 津軽塗

Japanese lacquer box with peony

Japanese lacquer box with peony

Fabulous mother of pearl inlay - now on a raspberry Schroeder chopper guitar.

Fabulous mother of pearl inlay - now on a raspberry Schroeder chopper guitar.

A small lacquer cabinet (kodansu)  Meiji period (late 19th century)  The small rectangular chest with hinged door, decorated in red hiramaki-e and takamaki-e with lobsters with long antenna on a kinji ground, the interior of the hinged door decorated in gold and brown hiramaki-e, takamakie and inlaid mother-of-pearl with seashells on a nashiji ground, the faces of the three drawers with stylized waves

A small lacquer cabinet (kodansu) Meiji period (late 19th century) The small rectangular chest with hinged door, decorated in red hiramaki-e and takamaki-e with lobsters with long antenna on a kinji ground, the interior of the hinged door decorated in gold and brown hiramaki-e, takamakie and inlaid mother-of-pearl with seashells on a nashiji ground, the faces of the three drawers with stylized waves

Japanese lacquered tea box or caddy (Usucha-ki or natsume) for holding the powdered tea used in tea ceremony, gold snowflake design on white, lacquered wood, 20th century, Japan

Japanese lacquered tea box or caddy (Usucha-ki or natsume) for holding the powdered tea used in tea ceremony, gold snowflake design on white, lacquered wood, 20th century, Japan

Japanese lacquerware

Japanese lacquerware

黒田辰秋 瀧屋美術

黒田辰秋 瀧屋美術

黒田辰秋 瀧屋美術

黒田辰秋 瀧屋美術

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