Japanese lacquerer’s bowl Edo period (Dealer: misakadou) – Just like a ‘negoro’ lacquer bowl used in temple during the Middle Ages (circa 12-16th century) at first sight, but actually it’s a professional tool as a wooden bowl used by lacquerer in the later years, Edo period in 19th century. Impressive unintentional contrast by many thin layers of matured lacquer, especially with such dramatic black and red abstraction of inner center part as the highlight. Quite a decorative for sure as seen, but also actually usable as a tableware because of its solid lacquer coating. Very rare piece of such type and quality hardly found today.
approx. H 17cm (6.69in), D 26.5cm (10.43in)
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