A BLACK LACQUER BOX (TEBAKO)
A BLACK LACQUER BOX (TEBAKO)
A BLACK LACQUER BOX (TEBAKO)
A BLACK LACQUER BOX (TEBAKO)
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A BLACK LACQUER BOX (TEBAKO)

EDO-MEIJI PERIOD (19TH CENTURY)

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A BLACK LACQUER BOX (TEBAKO)
EDO-MEIJI PERIOD (19TH CENTURY)
The rectangualr box decorated with high-relief lacquer appliqués simulating iron and soft-metal sword fittings on a black ground; with silver rims
9 ¼ x 4 ½ x 7 7/8 in. (23.5 x 11.4 x 20 cm.)

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Takaaki Murakami(村上高明) Vice President, Specialist and Head of Department | Korean Art

Lot Essay

For a similiar work by Ogawa Haritsu (1663–1747), see Gorgeous Maki-e Lacuqerware from the Edo Period (Tokyo: Tokyo National Museum, 2002), no. 42.

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