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FOUR LACQUER BOXES

EDO PERIOD (18TH AND 19TH CENTURY)

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FOUR LACQUER BOXES
edo period (18th and 19th century)
The first of rounded rectangular shape decorated in pewter, green lacquer, aogai and nashiji with herons and reeds, the second of lozenge shape in the form of a camellia blossom inlaid in mother-of-pearl and decorated in pewter and gold lacquer, the third of circular form decorated in pewter, inlaid mother-of-pearl and gold lacquer with a design of Okame on a folding fan, and the fourth composed of two fans and ornamented with eggshell and gold lacquer
The largest 4¾ in. high, 3¼ in. wide, 1¾ in. deep (4)
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