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Lacquer Box with Tale of Genji design, made in Japan, circa 1800 Laca Caja con Cuento de Genji diseño, hecho en Japón, alrededor de 1800

Lacquer Box with Tale of Genji design, made in Japan, circa 1800 Laca Caja con Cuento de Genji diseño, hecho en Japón, alrededor de 1800

Plano sin fin: Sanadas las heridas de una pareja rota y verla reconstruida más amorosa, fuerte y consciente, nos recuerda al bello arte del kintsugi. Historia del arte kintsugi: El kintsugi es una antigua técnica japonesa para reparar objetos de cerámica con la resina del árbol de la laca y polvo de oro. La historia del kintsugi (en japonés “carpintería de oro”) comienza a finales del siglo XVcuando …

Artist Mimics Japanese ‘Kintsugi’ Technique to Repair Broken Vases with Embroidery Más

The British Museum Objeto: Inro Origen: Japón Fecha: Siglo XIX Técnica y materiales: Tallado, laca

Inro: Because traditional Japanese robes lacked pockets, objects were often carried by hanging them from the obi, or sash, in containers. The type known as inrō were suitable for carrying anything small. The British Museum.

V&A Inro Shibata Zeshin, Japan, 1865. Gold, silver, gold laquer and pearl-shell. From the late 1500s Japanese men used the inro because traditional garments (the kimono) had no pockets. The inro was suspended from their sash by a silk cord and a netsuke (toggle). They originally used it to hold their seal and ink or a supply of medicines.

V&A Inro Shibata Zeshin, Japan, 1865. Gold, silver, gold laquer and pearl-shell. From the late 1500s Japanese men used the inro because traditional garments (the kimono) had no pockets. The inro was suspended from their sash by a silk cord and a netsuke (toggle). They originally used it to hold their seal and ink or a supply of medicines.

Armor with the features of a tengu.1854. Iron, lacquer, vegetable fiber, bear fur, leather, feathers, and fabric.

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Japan: 'Armor of the Tengu Type' (tengu tōsei gusoku) made by Kiyotoshi and Munekiyo (forged helmet) and Ryūsuiken (helmet), in This was made for a samurai or for a samurai family and depicts the tengu, a ferocious half-man, half bird of legend.

A BLACK LACQUER NETSUKE By Koma Kyuhaku, 19th century Sold for £ 2,375 (US$ 3,339) inc. premium THE EDWARD WRANGHAM COLLECTION OF JAPANESE ART Part III 15 May 2012

A BLACK LACQUER NETSUKE By Koma Kyuhaku, 19th century Sold for £ 2,375 (US$ 3,339) inc. premium THE EDWARD WRANGHAM COLLECTION OF JAPANESE ART Part III 15 May 2012

A RARE BLUE-LACQUER FOUR-CASE INRO Attributed to Heishusai (Ishibashi Sojiro, 1847-1918), Meiji (1868-1912) or Taisho (1912-1926) era , before 1918 Sold for £ 18,750 (US$ 26,405) inc. premium FINE JAPANESE ART. 12 May 2016.

A RARE BLUE-LACQUER FOUR-CASE INRO Attributed to Heishusai (Ishibashi Sojiro, 1847-1918), Meiji (1868-1912) or Taisho (1912-1926) era , before 1918 Sold for £ 18,750 (US$ 26,405) inc. premium FINE JAPANESE ART. 12 May 2016.

A fine gold lacquer writing box (suzuribako) Taisho period (early 20th century), Japan

A fine gold lacquer writing box (suzuribako) Taisho period (early century), Japan

Japon, Inro en laque à décor de Kogai, époque Edo, 18ème siècle.

Japon, Inro en laque à décor de Kogai, époque Edo, 18ème siècle.

mum-designed natsume, a type of tea caddy used in Japanese tea ceremony  田村壽秀, 1821, Makie Museum

Japanese lacquered tea box or caddy (Usucha-ki or natsume) for holding the powdered tea used in traditional tea ceremony, gold chrysthanthemum decoration on black, lacquered wood

Bonhams : The Edward Wrangham Collection of Japanese Art: Part III. An unusual black lacquer six-case inro By Sakai Kyozan, 18th century Sold for £ 11,250 (US$ 15,820) inc. premium THE EDWARD WRANGHAM COLLECTION OF JAPANESE ART Part III 15 May 2012

Bonhams : The Edward Wrangham Collection of Japanese Art: Part III. An unusual black lacquer six-case inro By Sakai Kyozan, 18th century Sold for £ 11,250 (US$ 15,820) inc. premium THE EDWARD WRANGHAM COLLECTION OF JAPANESE ART Part III 15 May 2012

A A LACQUERED BAMBOO INRO The inro by Shibata Zeshin (1807-1891), the netsuke by Koma Kansai, Meiji era (1868-1912), circa 1870-1890 Sold for £ 18,750 (US$ 26,405) inc. premium FINE JAPANESE ART.  12 May 2016.

A A LACQUERED BAMBOO INRO The inro by Shibata Zeshin (1807-1891), the netsuke by Koma Kansai, Meiji era (1868-1912), circa 1870-1890 Sold for £ 18,750 (US$ 26,405) inc. premium FINE JAPANESE ART. 12 May 2016.

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