Antique Japanese WAJIMA Lacquer ware Wooden tray Meiji Period MAKIE made in 1910. Condition : Used Please check the state through the image. Wajima lacquerware MAKIE wooden tray / 5 pieces set On the back of the box lid, the year of manufacture is written, "Made in Meiji Era 43". The lacquerware has different Makie lacquer paintings such as Mt. Width 14 x Depth 10 x Height 1.5 cm Items with the original wooden box.
Since it is an antique items over 100 years old, the wooden box has some damage and dirt due to aging. Notes on using lacquer ware? Lacquer ware is not good at extreme drying and ultraviolet rays. If it dries too much, the wood may crack.If you want to store them in layers, put a cloth between them to avoid scratches. When washing lacquer ware, do not use the dishwasher, but wash your hands with ordinary dish detergent and sponge. The lacquer coating contains ingredients that make it easier to remove stains, so if you soak the stains on the container in water for about 10 minutes, you can easily remove them by gently washing your hands.
Please be careful not to leave it in water for a long time. After washing, it is important to wipe off the water with a cloth. International Buyers - Please Note.We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as "gifts" - US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Other Japanese Antiques".japan" and is located in this country: JP. This item can be shipped worldwide.