Early 1900s Japanese Tea Caddy Signed Minefusa


An excellent early to mid 20th Century hand crafted Natsume (Tea Caddy) from the Wajima region in Ishikawa Prefecture Japan. Signed by Minefusa 峯

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Early 1900s Japanese Tea Caddy Signed Minefusa 峯房

Early 1900s handcrafted Natsume Tea Caddy.  Featuring gold and red enamel designs and set on a black Urushi lacquer base.  In Shippo design is also referred to as Seven Treasures.  it also ships with a custom made signed box and is Signed Minefusa 峯房.

A traditional Tea Ceremony Caddy created to hold Usu-Cha or fine powdered Green Tea also called Matcha.

The dimensions are 6.5 cm diameter and 6.8 cm high

The tea caddy is in excellent condition for its age and has only minor wear and scratches showing on enamel work.

Shipping is via Australia post with tracking and is approximately 8 business days to most international locations.  Please contact us if you would like to also add insurance to your shipping.

Artisans in the Wajima region have been creating high quality lacquer ware since the 17th Century.

Additional information

Weight0.400 kg
Dimensions6.5 × 6.8 cm


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