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17A57-2 Wooden Kiri Hibachi with Kiku Makie

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Item#:
17A57-2
Material: Kiri (Paulownia)
Age: Late Meiji period (1890's-1910's)
H: 8.07 inches, W: 10.82 inches, D: 10.82 inches
Price: $480.00
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Product Description

This is a vintage Japanese Kiri hibachi made of Paulownia wood (Kirinoki) with Makie. Originally, this container to hold burning charcoal was used as a heating device for the Japanese home.

It has Kiku, chrysanthemum in makie beautifully painted by hand.

Today, this very attractive object is ideal for a display of curios in your house or use as a planter. Some designs of mother of pearls and colors came off.

It measures that W 27.5, D 27.5, H 20.5 cm (W 10.82, D 10.82, H 8.07 inches)