Japan, 19th century, Edo period (1615-1868)
A beautiful and densely crafted composition depicting two blossoming sakura flowers and one bud, all issuing several leaves. The largest cherry flower is worked in red lacquer sprinkled with dense nashiji and leaves are worked in various shades of gold lacquer embellished with nashiji, hiramaki veins, and kirigane flakes. The reverse with a looped metal cord attachment.
LENGTH 3.8 cm
Condition: Excellent condition with only very minor typical wear to lacquer.
Provenance: Ex-collection Shep Brozman, New York.
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