Meiji Era Lacquer Maki-e Tray. Lacquer presentation tray from the early 1900s. Elaborately decorated with Maki-e that depicts five frogs amongst foliage in a wrestling scene. The techniques used on this tray is hiramaki-e, the low relief maki-e, mostly with gold powder.This tray is in good condition with some age/use wear from it 100+ years of existence. It is wonderful and will make a great centerpiece for display. It measures 9 3/8" X 9 2/8" wide and 3 1/8 in height. The depth inside the tray is 5/8 inches. This is a very desirable and rare presentation of frogs wrestling as popularized by several artists, including Artist Ohara Shson; dated approximately 1928. The item "Antique Japanese Gold Lacquer Maki-e Tray Meiji Period" is in sale since Sunday, May 9, 2021.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Other Japanese Antiques". The seller is "mathewsrcss" and is located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. This item can be shipped worldwide.