Japanese Lacquered Hasami-Bako

Late 18th Century

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Description

Popular in the Edo period, Hasami-bako, or traveling chests, were used for the storage of textiles, particularly kimonos.

江戶時期十八世紀末至十九世紀初 三葉葵紋蒔絵鋏箱

  • Covered in black lacquer and decorated with gold maki-e.
  • Lined with paper and containing an interior tray.
Provenance

Sydney L. Moss Ltd., London, 2007.

Condition Report
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Minor areas of wear to maki-e and lacquer with patina to brass.

Interior paper with water staining.

Dimensions
Height: 15.00 in.
Width: 25.00 in.
Depth: 15.00 in.
Materials
Lacquered Wood, Brass
Decorative Style
Asian Decorative Arts
Country of Origin
Japan
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