Makie-bako (Makie box):
 Genji Hatune Makie Tansu(chests of drawers)

Ordering number: F19473

Makie-bako (Makie box) (Consignment Sale)

Genji Hatune Makie Tansu(chests of drawers)
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Small: Size : 21.5cm x 26.5 cm x 5 cm 
( 8.46 inches x 10.43 inches x 1.96 inches)
Weight: 1.1kg(with box 1.6kg)
A Suzuribako(Writing Box) with Makie lacquerware.
On the Makie, there is a poond and house.
Apersimmons are perching on a plum tree.
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Middle: Size : 27.5 cm x 17.5 cm x 24 cm 
(10.82 inches x 6.88 inches x 9.44 inches)
Weight: 2.45kg(with box 3.96 kg)
A chest of drawers with Makie lacquerware.
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Large: Size : 35.8 cm x 23 cm x 30 cm 
(14.09 inches x 9.05 inches x 11.81 inches)
Weight: 5.3kg(with box 7.2kg)
A chest of drawers with Makie lacquerware.
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Jidai (era): The end of Edo period to the Meiji period.

Special feature: Hatsune is one of the chapter of the Tale of Genji.
The manuscript is the 23rd chapter. This is a New Year’s story when Higaru Genji was 36 years old.
In Edo period, girls of culture learned the Tale of Genji from the Hatsune.
A national treasure ‘the wedding furniture for Princess Chiyo, the wife of Mitsutomo Tokugawa,
owned by the Tokugawa Art Museum,’ which was a piece of the wedding furniture and supplies for Princess Chiyo,
the eldest daughter of Iemitsu Tokugawa, the third Shogun(Shi was three-years old at that time,
by the old Japanese system), made the chapter of Hatsune the subject matter of their decorations.
This masterpiece using many golds. And it is decoreted gorgeously and luxuriously,
demonstrationg to viewers today the properity of the Heian period.
We hope that many peple have a chance to see this piece in a place like a museum.

In the box.

Aoi Art estimation paper

Price : 4,950,000 JPY-. (including the shipping fee)

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