52 objects are associated with this tag.
Wooden box for 5 tea or sake cups, inscribed on interior in black ink: '? ? Hai / Masamichi' + red seal.
A huge moon is behind a gnarled blum blossom branch.
Chopstick holder, porcelain, 'Trend Asia', designed by Martin Hunt for Queensberry Hunt, ca. 1992, made by Thomas (Rosenthal), Selb, 2009.
Mandarin's case, wood veneered with black composition and bone partly stained green, forming a diaper pattern and two bands of fret-ornament. At each end is a compartment for the utensils, closed by a metal lid.
Two pairs of chopsticks
Square section, narrowing to rounded points. One pair lacquered orange-red; the brown-black undercoat shows through, Negiri-style, in places. The other pair is lacquered dark brown.
Cup for sake (sakazuki) in red gold and black with takamaki-e (high sprinkled picture) decorated with a bridge and to the lower right boats, boatmen and passengers, Japan, ca. 1775-1850.
Sake cup in the form of a saucer with everted sides and a raised footrim in red lacquer and fundame (heavily sprinkled gold powder), Japan.
Sake cup, wood covered in red lacquer with gold, black and silver hiramaki-e (low sprinkled picture) lacquer with design of a beauty, signed Kajikawa, Japan, about 1800-1850.
Sake cup (sakazuki), wood covered in red lacquer with gold, black and silver hiramaki-e (low sprinkled picture) lacquer with design of a beauty, signed Kajikawa, Japan, about 1800-1850.
Sake cup, wood covered in silver lacquer with gold and black togidashi-e (polished out picture) and nashiji (pear skin) lacquer with the design of disguised demon with a courtesan, signed Koryusai, Japan, about 1775-1850.
Stand for sake cup
Stand for sake cup, wood covered in black lacquer with gold hiramaki-e lacquer with design of diaper pattern and family badges, Japan, about 1700-1800.
Wooden chopsticks from a group of eating ephemera for the China Joe restaurant group, carved wood, Taiwan, 1990
Print, packet contining wooden chopsticks from a group of eating ephemera for the China Joe restaurant group, lithograph, 1990
Print by Godsmark and Gordon, cellophane envelope for holding napkins and chopsticks, from a group of eating ephemera for the China Joe restaurant group, offset colour lithography, Great Britain, 1987
Handle for scabbard-knife (kozuka), iron with brass, copper and silver flat relief depicting spray of plum blossom in a standing bamboo vase, Yoshiro School, Japan, ca.1650-1700
Glass sculpture, entitled 'Four seasons', made by Heinrich Wang, Taiwan, 1997
Corrugated cardboard chair in two pieces, held together by two wooden 'chopsticks'.
Pap, China, paintings and drawings. Chen Lu (active ca 1440), Hanging scroll flowering plum blossom branch,, ink on silk,
Cosmetics packaging by Karin Herzog, mixed media Swiss, late 1990s
Bottle ticket (sauce label)
Silver, mark of Susanna Barker, London hallmarks for 1791-2
Poster, 'A Story Without Words' (The London General Omnibus Co. Ltd.) by Ugo Mochi.
Set of incense utensils
Set of Incense Utensils; silver and ivory; Tomoharu, Japan, ca.1700-1850.
Brazier, liner and chopsticks
Brazier, Liner and Chopsticks; zelkova wood with a clear lacquer finish and lined with copper; Japan, ca.1850-1875.
Ornamental dagger set
Chopstick rest, in form of a swimming bird, from a set of five
Glazed porcelain chopstick rests shaped as swimming birds. Underglaze incisions for eyes, wings and tail feathers. Flat unglazed base with Japanese mark in blue. The glaze turns to bluish-green in places.
Chopstick rest, hashioki, from a set of five
Set of chopstick rests (hashioki)
Each formed from a length of natural stick with the bark removed and polished, cut underneath to form a flat base and on top to form a slightly curved cradle for the chopsticks.
Chopstick rest, from a set of five in the form of pillows
Five chopstick rests
Porcelain decorated with overglaze enamels
shaped as pillows (makura). Free floral designs in red, green, yellow and black enamels. Unglazed area at each end beneath.
Chopstick rest, from a set of five in the form of pillows, Japan, ca. 1979
Chopstick rest, from a set of five in the form of disks, Japan, ca. 1979
Chopstick rest, from a set of five, Japan, ca. 1979
Fire chopsticks (hibashi), pair
Iron, partly covered in bamboo leaf bound in black thread. Ring fitting at ends.
Box: Cardboard box.
Part of a set of ritual brassware for use in ritual to honour ancestors.
Pair of chopsticks
The chopsticks have horizontal ridges on the handles.
Jelly glass, 'monteith', England, 1790-1810