Rare Japanese export lacquer chinoiserie table ca 1740

//Rare Japanese export lacquer chinoiserie table ca 1740

Rare Japanese export lacquer chinoiserie table ca 1740

£7,700.00

A rare Japanese gilt-decorated export lacquer tray table. Mid 18th century.

Measures:
W: 84 cm (33’’)
D: 51.5 cm (20 1/4’’)
H: 70.5 cm (27 3/4’’)

BHA 1191

Description

A rare Japanese gilt-decorated export lacquer tray table. Mid 18th century. Ca 1740.

Finely decorated in raised gilt in the ‘chinoiserie’ manner – sometimes referred to as japanned – with scenes of Mt Fuji, a lake, blossoming trees, rockwork and sailing boats.

A rare, sophisticated and versatile antique table on its original stand, in lovely, virtually untouched condition. The tray top is fully detachable.

Refs:

Japanese export lacquer 1580-1850 is the first full treatment of lacquerware made to European demand, its transportation and the lacquer market in Europe as well as the effect of lacquer and its use in a European context. Japanese Export Lacquer, Impey, Oliver, Jörg, Christiaan J. A., Viallé, Cynthia (2005). Vis. brill.com 

Japanese Export Lacquer and Global Art History: An Art of… etc
www.researchgate.net › publication › 329484725_Japanese… etc
Jan 1, 2019: Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann published Japanese Export Lacquer and Global Art History: An Art of Mediation in… etc
English Chinoiserie, japanning & lacquering – Box House Antiques › Antique Furniture

The Influence Of East Asian Lacquer On European… V&A › articles › east-asian-lacquer-influence
During the 17th century the predominant Chinese export lacquer product was the folding screen (Victoria and Albert Museum, London).

Japanese export lacquer – www.vam.ac.uk › content › articles › japanese-export-lacquer

Lacquerware of East Asia Essay The Metropolitan Museum… › toah › elac › hd_elac

Gillian Walkling, Chinese Export Furniture, Antique Finder Magazine, April 1977.
Margaret Jourdain and Soame Jenyns, Chinese Export Art in the 18th Century, Spring Publ (1967).

Carl Crossman, The Decorative Arts of the China Trade (1991).

“Tortoiseshell & Gold”: Robert Davis and the Art of Japanning… Colonial Society › publications › tortoiseshell-gold, TARA HINGSTON CEDERHOLM & CHRISTINE PALMER THOMSON.

The development of English black japanning 1620-1820 … Katja Tovar Azuero Conservation Journal, Spring 2006 Issue 52.

V&A /content/ journals/ conservation…
Treatise – japanning and varnishing, etc.

 

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