Maki-e Buttons

<font color="006400">Maki-e Buttons
Maki-e: "Sprinkled picture." This is a technique which originated in the Nara-era (710-794) because usually urushi lacquer ware was decorated with designs made by scattering adhesive metal or colored powder into soft lacquer, or directly on wood. Commonly used powders were (and still are) gold, silver, shell, etc.

Maki-e Buttons, all are made to order, all size: 2.5 cm (0.98") diameter, please allow 8-9 weeks to deliver.

Angel
$105.00
Bell flower
$107.00
Moon
$69.00
Mushroom
$107.00
Chestnut
$99.00
Coffee beans
$63.00
Grapes
$113.00
Chrysanthmum
$63.00
Apple
$107.00
Crane
$107.00
Turtle
$95.00
Snow
$88.00
Plum
$95.00
Red Camellia
$75.00
White Camellia
$69.00
Snail
$105.00
Cobweb
$59.00
Flowers
$105.00
Ichimatsu
$143.00
Chocho
$105.00
Summer
$159.00
Warabi
$59.00
Clover
$105.00
Rose
$133.00
Birds
$69.00
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