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Natsume tea caddy, lacquer, maple tree, Soko Dojo, Japan, 20th c (item #343311)

Design of leafy maple branches in gold and green lacquer on black. Inside black lacquer. The inside of the lid painted in gold lacquer with three fishes ascending water and a rock. Height 2 ¾” (7 cm), diameter 2 7/8” (7,2 cm). Purchased in Japan around 1980. Perfect condition. In fitted wooden box (tomobako) 4 ¼ x 3 ½ x 3 ½ inches (10,5 x 9 x 9 cm), inscribed at the front ‘Ao-momiji’ (Green maple leaves), large size tea caddy. Signed and with red seal imprint at front of tomobako: SÔKÔ…

Decorative Boxes : Tea caddy (natsume), chrysanthemums, Japan, c. -Read More – - Japanese Screen, Japanese Art, Japanese Patterns, Decorative Objects, Decorative Boxes, Tea Caddy, Natsume, Japanese Tea Ceremony, Art Japonais

Natsume tea caddy, chinkin bori, chrysanthemum pattern, Japan, 20th c. (item #343317)

Red lacquer ground with an all-over design of stylized chrysanthemums (kiku mon) in chinkin technique. Chinkin technique consists of incised lines filled with gold dust. Black lacquer interiors. Signed at bottom in incised characters: SHIGEIO. Wajima chinkin lacquer. Height 2 ¾” (7 cm), diameter 2 3/8” (6,7 cm). Purchased in Japan around 1982. Perfect condition. In fitted wooden box (tomobako) 4 ¼ x 3 ¼ x 3 ¼ inches (10.5 x 8.4 x 8.4 cm), inscribed, signed by the artist, and with read seal…

E GALLE - Tea Caddy, Decorated with Flowers and Leaves Workshop of Emile Galle France, Nancy. Two-layered glass: colourless and brownish-orange; Art Nouveau, Pallet Planter Box, Vases, Hermitage Museum, Tea Caddy, Objet D'art, Carnival Glass, Stained Glass Art, French Art

Gallé Emil (1846–1904)

Автор - ЯННА_КОТ . Это цитата этого сообщения Gall Emil (1846–1904) mile Gall Glass Product Development - Chronological List Vase with a Cover, Decorated with Garlands of Forget-me-nots, Tired up with Bows. Meisental (?).…

Maki-e lacquer tea caddy by National Living Treasure of Japan, Yoshikuni TAGUCHI Japanese Design, Japanese Art, Living Treasures, Japanese Screen, Japanese Tea Ceremony, Art Japonais, Tea Tins, Laque, Tea Caddy

Maki-e lacquer tea caddy by National Living Treasure of Japan, Yoshikuni TAGUCHI (1923~1998)

Japanese lacquered tea box or caddy (Usucha-ki or natsume) for holding the powdered tea used in tea ceremony, gold & silver dust stylized maple leaves on black, lacquered wood, Japan Japanese Modern, Japanese Prints, Japanese Art, Japanese Porcelain, Japanese Pottery, Tea Container, Natsume, Lacquer Paint, Japanese Tea Ceremony

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Tea Caddy century Japanese, Edo period Lacquer with maki-e decoration, mother-of-pearl inlay x in x cm Gift of the Estate of Senator Hugh Scott a-b Tea Container, Chinese Crafts, Japanese Artwork, Tea Canisters, Japanese Tea Ceremony, Art Japonais, Tea Box, Edo Period, Tea Caddy

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Tea Caddy 19th century Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868) Lacquer with maki-e decoration, mother-of-pearl inlay 2⅛ x 2⅜ in 5.40 x 6.03 cm Gift of the Estate of Senator Hugh Scott 96.89 a-b - ⎬ ❖ Maria Elena Garcia - ► www.pinterest.com/megardel/ ◀︎

This is in a Good condition (Tea caddy only). Tea caddy has minor scratches. Deep Autumn Color Palette, Tea Container, Natsume, Matcha, Japanese Porcelain, Laque, Tea Caddy, Japan Art, Tea Ceremony

Japanese Traditional Lacquer Tea caddy Clematis Makie Natsume (808)

This is in a Good condition (Tea caddy only). Tea caddy has minor scratches.

Tea caddy (natsume), kiri/kiku crests, Japan, c. Japanese Design, Japanese Art, Japanese Prints, Tea Canisters, Tea Tins, Japanese Ceramics, Japanese Pottery, Japanese Family Crest, Natsume

Natsume tea caddy, kiri, kiku crests, lacquer, Getsuho, Japan 20th c. (item #343813)

Black lacquer ground, decorated in gold and red lacquer with an all-over design of overlapping Japanese crests, kiku and kiri mon, resembling those seen in the Kôdaiji temple, Kyoto and chrysanthemums. All imperial emblems. Black lacquer interiors, gold lacquer rims. Height 2 7/8” (7.2 cm), diameter 2 5/8” (6.7 cm). Purchased in Japan around 1980. Very slight rubbing, otherwise perfect condition. In fitted wooden box (tomobako) 4 1/8 x 3 3/8 x 3 3/8 inches (10.5 x 9 x 9 cm), inscribed at…

Tea caddy (natsume), reeds and rocks, Japan, c. Modern Decorative Boxes, Matcha, Natsume, Cool Artwork, Amazing Artwork, Japanese Tea Ceremony, Tea Tins, Tea Box, Japanese Porcelain

Natsume tea caddy, lacquer, reeds and rocks, Taien, Japan, 20th c. (item #343579)

Tea caddy of flat or low shape (hira natsume). Deep brown lacquer ground. Decorated in shades of gold, silver, black and dark brown at one side with reeds growing at a rocky shore, the reverse side with decaying post in waves. The bottom of black lacquer. Black lacquer interiors. Height 2 3/8” (6.2 cm), diameter 3 3/8” (8.5 cm). Purchased in Japan around 1980. Perfect condition. In fitted wooden box (tomobako) 3 ½ x 4 x 4 inches (9 x 10 x 10 cm), inscribed at one side yoshibe makie (reeds at…

 Japanese tea box or caddy for holding the powdered tea used in tea ceremony, wood, Japan Tea Canisters, Tea Tins, Green Tea Ice Cream, Matcha Smoothie, Green Tea Recipes, Green Cake, Turmeric Recipes, Japanese Tea Ceremony, Tea Box

Cherry Bark Natsume Tea Caddy

Rustic yet refined, this natural cherry bark natsume tea canister adds a unique touch to your tea ceremony setting.

Kyoto ware Tea caddy, named Karaneko (Chinese cat) century Nonomura Ninsei , (Japanese, active ca. Edo period Stoneware with rice-straw ash and iron glazes; ivory lid H: W: cm Kyoto, Japan Japanese Ceramics, Japanese Pottery, Ceramic Pottery, Ceramic Art, Ceramic Boxes, Japanese Tea Ceremony, Tea Caddy, Porcelain Clay, Ceramic Design

Open F|S: Kyoto ware Tea caddy, named Karaneko (Chinese cat)

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Two small lacquer natsume (tea caddies) Meiji Himitsu Bako, Matcha, Natsume, Imagination Station, Japanese Tea Ceremony, Chawan, Tea Caddy, Tea Art, Tea Service

Two small lacquer natsume (tea caddies) Meiji

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