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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,

Document Box Artist/maker unknown, Japanese Geography: Made in Japan, Asia Period: Edo Period (1615-1868)

aleyma: “ Document box, made in Japan in the century (source). ““The artist of this document box created stylized versions of the ‘Three Friends of Winter’ (plum, bamboo, and pine). The plants are imagined in circular forms inspired by.

A black lacquer circular suzuribako (writing box), 19th century, nashiji, aogai, silver, gold takamakie, togidashi and kirikane, Diam. 22.6 cm:

A black lacquer circular suzuribako (writing box), century, nashiji, aogai…

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소반 小盤  LOT. 250 마이아트옥션 제4회 마이아트옥션 미술품 경매 2011.12.08 17:00 작자미상 "高 10.9, 37.4x54.5" 나무에 조각 추정 KRW 2,000,000-3,000,000

소반 小盤 LOT. 250 마이아트옥션 제4회 마이아트옥션 미술품 경매 2011.12.08 17:00 작자미상 "高 10.9, 37.4x54.5" 나무에 조각 추정 KRW 2,000,000-3,000,000

Silver J Mother of pearl wooden pencil case, trinket box, lacquer jewel case, handmade desk gift This mother of pearl box will be ideal to store pencil, pens, clips, miscellaneous items on the desk. It comes in a matching set as well. Size: Length 22.5cm X Depth 8.8c (Barcode EAN = 5055566002796) http://www.comparestoreprices.co.uk/december-2016-6/silver-j-mother-of-pearl-wooden-pencil-case-trinket-box-lacquer-jewel-case-handmade-desk-gift.asp

Mother of pearl wooden pencil case, trinket box, lacquer jewel case, handmade desk gift

A table snuff box owned by Frederick the Great of Prussia, incorporating nearly 3,000 diamonds, which was purchased by Queen Mary in 1932.

fawnvelveteen: “This bloodstone box was made for King Frederick the Great of Prussia. It features almost diamonds arranged to represent flowers, insects, and musical instruments.

19th Century Suzuribako Japanese Lacquer Calligraphy Box | From a unique collection of antique and modern lacquer at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/asian-art-furniture/lacquer/

19th Century Suzuribako Japanese Lacquer Calligraphy Box

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