GOROKUWAN

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GOROKUWAN (Dealer: misakadou) – ‘Gorokuwan’ (Goroku lacquer bowl) from Yanagida village, Ishikawa, Noto peninsula, defined as the prototype of ‘Wajima-nuri’ lacquer bowl. According to a book called ‘Gorokuwan’ published from Yanagida village (1993), this piece would be categorized into the sixth term (Late Edo period, 19th century) generally, but according to the latest research, it may be from its environs as possibly and dated back to earlier like Momoyama – Early Edo period in 16th-17th century. Quite a mysterious and refined piece in such aesthetically well-deteriorated condition (impractical), with transparent lacquer and ‘danmon’ lacquer-fissure as the distinctions of aged lacquer piece. approx. H 9.5cm (3.74in), D 13.5cm (5.31in)

 

 

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