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Japanese Vintage: Urushi Makie Box From Edo Period #50 For Sale
Japanese Vintage: Urushi Makie BOX from EDO Period
made, Urushi and Makie technique.
is some damage from the age ( please see the photo)
41cm x 25cm x H6.5cm / 16.14” x 9.84”x H2.56”
Maki-e (literally sprinkled picture) is Japanese lacquer sprinkled with gold or silver powder as a decoration using a makizutsu
or a kebo brush. The technique was developed mainly in the Heian Period (794–1185) and blossomed in the Edo
Period (1603–1868). Maki-e objects
were initially designed as household items for court nobles, they soon gained
more popularity and were adopted by royal families and military leaders as an
indication of power.
Japanese lacquerware (historically referred to as Japan, analogous to Chinese
ceramics) is a broad category of fine
and decorative arts, as lacquer has been used in paintings, prints, and on a wide variety of objects from Buddha statues to bento boxes for food.
A number of terms are used in Japanese to refer to lacquerware. Shikki means "lacquer ware" in the most
literal sense, while nurimono
means "coated things", and urushi-nuri means "lacquer coating."
●Payment must be received within 7 days of
sale close and shipped to the paypal
address unless otherwise mentioned.
●Our shipping and handling time is 3
Business days once the payment has been cleared.
●We offer 2 different shipping methods.
SAL post is not available to some countries like Korea, Taiwan, Romania, Bulgaria, etc ...so
please make sure of the shipping price before you offer.
If your country not on the list please contact me and
make sure of the shipping price before you offer.
These days there are some troubles with SAL mail
especially to Asia.
If you are from Asia, South America, Africa
and the Middle east, I will only send your item by SAL with tracking number
or EMS post!
So you will get a new invoice for the extra shipping
price of SAL mail which will be between $2~$10 additional to the regular
price, depending on the country.
Please understand about this situation, if you offer on
an item it means you have read and approved these conditions.
SAL(Surface air lifted,
●Delivery time is rated between 2-5 weeks.
●No insurance or tracking service is available.(We
will not be responsible in case of breakage or loss.)
●SAL is not recommended to the USA as
sometimes can take 2 months. SAL is set as default shipping in our listings, if you would like EMS post please let us know and we
will send you a new invoice.
●It is impossible to trace the package.
●For the SAL registered
mail additional cost + US$4.00 is required.
EMS(Express mail service)
the best and fastest mail service.
●Delivery time is about 1week, includes insurance
and tracking number. We will give you the tracking number online, once we
have sent out your parcel.
●We can combine shipping to save you on
shipping cost if you purchase more than 1 item from us depending on the total
weight and size of parcel.
●If you wish to offer on more items please
notify us so that we can wait to combine items. (SAL mail is possible up to
●Please note that some items CANNOT be combined,
for example a statue and a scroll because the parcel becomes too fragile,
●Important duties, taxes and charges are
not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the
●We will not be responsible for delays due
●Impossible to trace Sal mail.
●We usually send by SAL to save the
shipping cost for customers. But in some cases, it takes nearly 2 months.
●SAL basically has neither insurance nor
tracking service available, so we can’t take any responsibility in case loss
or breakage. But in case of registered SAL (additional US$4.00 is required),
in the event that parcel is lost or damaged, you may claim a compensation up
●We offer scrolls that are usually
hand-painted, signed and stamped by the artist, and sometimes we offer famous
artist’s scrolls. However please judge for yourself about the truth or
falsehood of this painting. Please look carefully at the pictures to see the
●We accept returns but buyer has to pay
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the item then we will refund your offer price( without post).
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