Vtg. Japanese Red Black Lacquer Diorama Music Jewellery Box ALL PARTS WORKING

Vtg. Japanese Red Black Lacquer Diorama Music Jewellery Box ALL PARTS WORKING
Vtg. Japanese Red Black Lacquer Diorama Music Jewellery Box ALL PARTS WORKING
Vtg. Japanese Red Black Lacquer Diorama Music Jewellery Box ALL PARTS WORKING
Vtg. Japanese Red Black Lacquer Diorama Music Jewellery Box ALL PARTS WORKING
Vtg. Japanese Red Black Lacquer Diorama Music Jewellery Box ALL PARTS WORKING
Vtg. Japanese Red Black Lacquer Diorama Music Jewellery Box ALL PARTS WORKING
Vtg. Japanese Red Black Lacquer Diorama Music Jewellery Box ALL PARTS WORKING
Vtg. Japanese Red Black Lacquer Diorama Music Jewellery Box ALL PARTS WORKING
Vtg. Japanese Red Black Lacquer Diorama Music Jewellery Box ALL PARTS WORKING
Vtg. Japanese Red Black Lacquer Diorama Music Jewellery Box ALL PARTS WORKING
Vtg. Japanese Red Black Lacquer Diorama Music Jewellery Box ALL PARTS WORKING
Vtg. Japanese Red Black Lacquer Diorama Music Jewellery Box ALL PARTS WORKING

Vtg. Japanese Red Black Lacquer Diorama Music Jewellery Box ALL PARTS WORKING

The history of decorative Japanese jewellery boxes includes an array of small. Music boxes to huge lacquer jewellery containers with numerous draws.

Are embellished with intricate cloisonne designs. Lacquering techniques are believed to have originated in mainland China and the.

Technique of cloisonne was first appeared as an artwork in Roman and Byzantine. Domains, now known as Turkey.

But the Japanese took both art forms and. Elavated them to such a level of high refinement that, naturally, the are now. The use of lacquerware was inevitable as Japan had a abundance of native. The sap of the trees are used to produce resinous coating which. Enables the lustrous shine and durability of Japanese lacqued jewellery boxes.

Cloisonne like lacquerware is also an ancient technique used to decorate. Woodwork and metalic objects including jewellery boxes and keepsakes. Jewellery boxes can be called'Lacquer-Cliosonne Artwork'. The red and black lacques are mostly used in Japan and will often be seen with. Inlays, such as, seashells, Mother of Pearl and other shell like materials such as. The Japanese also used gold and silver powder in the. These jewellery boxes were from the late 1940's to the 70's. Twirling dancers and other moving.

Parts, and later battery operated lights. A Taiwan based company with facilities in Taiwan and China. Their movements have been used for musical toys, music boxes and musical.

Jewellery boxes, earning a worldwide reputation for quality. Today and remains a top brand name for musical movements. For sale is a vintage Japanese, black red lacquered, diorama jewellery box with. The diorama is of an oriental lady with a parasol being pulled along on a rickshaw. The wind-up musical movement is made by Toyo and, therefore, dates the.

When box lid is open, it light up alternates. Light, the music plays and wheels on rickshaw turn.

Needs 2 x'D' batteries. Dimesions: 13"W x 8" H x 6 L. The Jewellery box is in very good vintage condition. Everythings is in order and. Minimal black loss (Please see photos) but is in.

There is also a scratch to the lid. Please See My Other Items. Please view photos (zoom is available) to complete the description and the condition report. The colors of the actual item may vary slightly from the photos. I take many clear, as possible, photos and describe the item as accurately, as possible. The text and study the photos. Thank you for viewing thi item. Japanese Red Black Lacquer Diorama Music Jewellery Box ALL PARTS WORKING" is in sale since Monday, November 13, 2017. This item is in the category "Jewellery & Watches\Jewellery Boxes & Organisers\Jewellery Boxes".kings" and is located in KELMSCOTT. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Vtg. Japanese Red Black Lacquer Diorama Music Jewellery Box ALL PARTS WORKING