Shelf Japanese style
Japanese style shelf with lacquer decoration
Bamboo and lacquer plates 54.5 X 44 X 16 cm.
And there you go, I can’t help myself! I can’t resist a charming object …
Having left the other Sunday to do an expertise before moving, I found in the attic this lovely shelf and a stencil by Pablo Tillac, which is not much for the number of objects, but the old one Lady was kind…
These shelves to hang or to put down were made in the East for the western market which loved them in the second half of the 19th century. It must be said that the gold Japanese lacquer plates with a black background and decoration of birds and plants are of very high quality and that the whole, once free of its crust of dust, has a crazy charm.
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Dordevic Miodrag 1936-? Oil on canvas 80 X 100 cm, annotated with the name of the artist on the back. Of Serbian origin, Miodrag has spent most
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Shelf Japanese style
Japanese style shelf with lacquer decoration Bamboo and lacquer plates 54.5 X 44 X 16 cm. And there you go, I can’t help myself! I
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