Large Gold Lacquer Cup and Stand
This is large antique Meiji Period lacquer display cup and stand. The black lacquer cup is decorated with gold in the design of the 5-7 Paulownia flower (go-shichi no kiri). This type of Paulownia flower seals (tōkamon) is a common national seal of the Japanese civil government and more specifically the office of the prime minster of Japan.
The cup is unsigned by the artist who made it. This antique lacquer cup and stand is likely made with a wooden base. The cup measures 14.5 cm (5.7 inches) wide. The stand of the cub measures 16.2 cm (6.4 inches). It is in great antique condition.
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