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Rope-Lacquer Negoro-Nuri Box (Water Pattern)

JP¥ 2,500,000   (US$ 22,956.84)
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A piece of the highest quality from the famous craftsman Shunsetsu Nishioka, who has continued to win prizes at craft exhibitions since his first victory in 1958. "Joutai", a process in which rope is wound into the shape of a plate or bowl, then hardened by lacquer to create a base, is rarely seen these days, but it is a process with much history. As items with "Negoro-Nuri" are used, the top, red cinnabar layer is worn down to reveal the black lacquer below, creating an interesting abstract pattern. In Japanese, this is a "Jikirou:" is a pot used for serving Japanese sweets at events such as tea ceremonies.
•Materials: dry lacquer
•Size (approx. cm): 32.5 x 32.5 x 7
•Comes w/cosmetics box
•Made in Japan
•This item is in a limited edition of 1 pieces.
As these items are hand-made one by one,​ the shape,​ texture and color nuance may vary slightly from the photo.
Item No.  W01802
 



Rope-Lacquer Negoro-Nuri Box (Water Pattern)