Burmese Lacquer Tray

c. 1900
$180 USD
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H: 1.75" Dia: 8.0"
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Crafted in early 20th-century Burma, this round tray is cloaked in layer upon layer of brilliant red-orange cinnabar lacquer. Decorated in a style known as "yun" ware, the lacquer finish was finely etched with intricate line work and a pattern of trailing vines. These lines were then filled with colored pigments, as evidenced by traces of the bowl's original gold decoration. Possibly originally one layer of a stacking box, this decorative tray remains stunning to this day, its surface now richly aged from a century of use.

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