Black Lacquer Snack Box

c. 1850
H: 3.0" Dia: 13.5"
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Laquerware art and craft was developed during the Shang Dynasty, circa 1600-1046 BC. This richly lacquered 19th century round box would have been used in a wealthier Chinese household to hold nuts, dried fruit, sweets, and other snacks to be eaten with tea.

Additional Dimensions
Interior trapezoidal trays: 4.75"W x 3.75"D x .75"H

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