Japanese Red Lacquer Serving Tray

c. 1850
W: 13.75" D: 13.75" H: 5.5"
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This Japanese serving tray exemplifies the refined style of Meiji-era lacquerware. Elevated by a splayed footed base, the tray has a shallow, square top with raised sides and rounded corners. The tray top is decorated with a serene sansui landscape, delicately brushed atop an even layer of red-orange lacquer. A time-honored way to serve food or drink, we love this tray as a serving platter, catch-all dish, or tabletop display stand.

Tray top has split due to age. Minor chip to rim.

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