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KAY42
KAY42

Lacquerware 'kansou-chawan' or tea bowl, used in traditional Japanese tea ceremony (researching artist)

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A 'kansou-chawan' is quite unique, as many 'chawan' are 'yakimono'-pottery.

Price: $275.00

LQBB2
LQBB2

19th Century Burmese Betel Nut Box - Bagan Lacquer ware

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Collected in Burma (Myanmar)

Betel leaves are placed at the bottom of the box. Above is the shallow tray, often contains dried tobacco or sliced areca nut, cloves and other ingredients.

Size:
8.5" x 8"
Location:
San Francisco

Price: $200.00

LQBB5
LQBB5

19th Century Burmese Betel Nut Box - Bagan Lacquer ware
3pc

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Collected in Burma (Myanmar)
Betel leaves are placed at the bottom of the box. Above is the shallow tray, often contains dried tobacco or sliced areca nut, cloves and other ingredients.

Size:
8.25" x 8"
Location:
San Francisco

Price: $200.00

SK24
SK24

Red lacquer hardwood Japanese display stand.
Although its sits stable on a table, it has warped beautifully on the top over the past hundred years.
A wabi sabi lacquer beast to say the least.

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SK41
SK41

Lacquered chawan gaku,(Framed lacquer tea bowl).

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