Urushi | Lacquerware

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1 tray

Material: wood, Urushi / Maki-E
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.09.41
35,00 €
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1 tray

Material: wood
Size: 36.5 / 36.5 / 4 cm
ca 1900
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.09.97
92,00 €
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1 tray

Material: wood
Size: 27.5 / 27.5 / 4.9 cm
ca 1920
very good condition
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.09.79
92,00 €
incl. 19% VAT plus shipping
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4 bowls with different motifs

Material: wood / urushi
with Maki-E
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.09.104
70,00 €
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5 bowls with different motifs

Material: wood / urushi
with Maki-E
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.09.103
89,00 €
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5 fine bowls

Wood, surface: Urushi
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.09.12
85,00 €
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Bowls, urushi, red

Wood / Urushi / Maki-E
20 bowls in original wooden box
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.09.100
245,00 €
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box for sweets

Wood / urushi with box
Artist: Gen Haku Ko
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.09.107
120,00 €
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Dining bowl red

Wood / urushi
5 bowl with Derckel like new
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.09.102
100,00 €
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Dining bowl red

Wood / urushi
4 pieces in a set;
4 different motifs
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.09.108
95,00 €
incl. 19% VAT plus shipping
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Dining bowl red

Wood / urushi
4 pieces in a set;
4 different motifs
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.09.106
95,00 €
incl. 19% VAT plus shipping
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Lacquer tables / Kaiseki

Black red,
Price for a set of 2 pieces
several sets available, please ask us if you are interested
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.09.07
110,00 €
incl. 19% VAT plus shipping
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large Kaiseki table

with Maki-E
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.09.25
185,00 €
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Maki-E tray

Wood, Urushi
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.09.34
65,00 €
incl. 19% VAT plus shipping
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Rice bowl

Rice bowl, wood with tray
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.09.40
110,00 €
incl. 19% VAT plus shipping
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Soup bowls, black

Wood / urushi
5 bowls as shown
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.09.101
85,00 €
incl. 19% VAT plus shipping
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tray

Tray, Urushi, Maki-E
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.09.02
65,00 €
incl. 19% VAT plus shipping
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Trays 10 pieces

individually or
in a set with box
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.09.26
20,00 €
incl. 19% VAT plus shipping
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Wedding set, Urushi Maki-E

wonderful wedding set,
like New
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.09.109
185,00 €
incl. 19% VAT plus shipping
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Wooden vase

Wood / urushi
Congo Ishime Nuri
Artist: Toba Koshin
weight g/sqm
Item n° 15.09.105
175,00 €
incl. 19% VAT plus shipping
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Urushi/ Lacquerware
The term Urushi describes both the ancient tradition of lacquer art and the lacquer itself, whose raw material is extracted from the resin of the 'lacquer tree' (a relative of the vinegar tree).
Although widespread throughout East Asia, the technique has never been developed to such perfection as in Japan.

The extremely skin-irritating properties of the liquid do not make the handling of the raw material easy. After a special priming, the traditionally black or red coloured lacquer is applied in numerous layers to various carrier materials, mostly wood or paper, for fine pieces by means of a brush with Asian woman's hair. Curing must then take place under absolutely dust-free conditions.
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The finished Urushi surface is then amazingly resistant to heat, water, alcohol, acids and even solvents. Only too strong UV radiation by sunlight is not well tolerated.
The varnish is permanently elastic, food safe and can prevent mould growth.

Pieces of high quality are characterized by a flawless high gloss and the depth created by many translucent layers.

In combination with the very own sense for form of Japanese artisans, pieces of perfect beauty are created.

Urushi tableware feels cool and warm, firm and soft at the same time.

The articles offered here are comparatively simple utensils, as they are still used today in many households and restaurants.

Japanese connoisseurs and lovers of Japanese cuisine will not want to do without the decorative effect and the haptic experience.