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Box for Writing Utensils, about 1650-1750
English: Wood covered in black lacquer with gold \'takamaki-e\' lacquer, gold and silver foil.

Maple and cherry trees by a stream.
About 1650-1750.

Salting Bequest

Collection ID: W.150G-1910

This photo was taken as part of Britain Loves Wikipedia in February 2010 by Valerie McGlinchey.

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