Lacquer Tea-Leaf Scoop with Kuruwamon Pattern Qing Dynasty/1616-1911CE


It is a sencha tea ceremony of Tsuishu from Gudu from Qing Dynasty China. Chago is a sencha utensil for transferring tea leaves to a teapot.

A heavy yet powerful kurinmon. On the other hand, the rounded carving mouth and the harmony of vermillion lacquer and the black lacquer peeking out from underneath show the unique texture of wood carving lacquer.

w6 x d18.5 x h1.5cm
Qing Dynasty/1616-1911CE

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Antique Other Wood Products | 16th-19th Century

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