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  • "Hagi Ⅰ"(a bush clover) [no.17001]
    Price: US$1,500

    Price: US$1,500
    We described "Hagi (a bush clover)" by the "Yakoh Maki-e" technique. This motif has many bowstrings so that the contrast of this motif's edge of the line has also so many. This picture is taken 1month from the production. You can see the color slightly changed to red from the edge. As same as "Tame-sukashi"technique, the background in "shu" (red ) wil be very bright in one to two years peroid. In case of Yakoh nuri technique, the main motif (this time; a bush clover) is heaped up by black Urushi ,so this motif shines clearly with bright Shu color as background. For further details of the motif ,please email to us.
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  • Wild strawberry [no.17002]
    Price: US$2,900

    Price: US$2,900
    Based on Yakou Maki-e technique, we lay out several seashells (Raden). Though we used many pieces of big shells in abundance and looks gorgeous,,this artwork settled down the background kept the entire settled balance by Tame-nuri background. Seashells are abalone. We pasted colored Urushi on the backside of shells and put Maki-e over the shells. The flowers make the design that exist in Wedgewood's table ware motif, Veins of a leaf, the strawberry's seed, and the stamen and the pistil of the flower are written by gold after pasting shelss and hardened with Urushi. The whole wll lighten with the passage at years as well as other works and the motif becomes more vivid.
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  • Byakudan-Nuri with Yakou Maki-e "Akitsu-shima" [no.17003]
    Price: US$1,500

    Price: US$1,500
    Byakudan-Nuri (painting technique) is after painting by black urushi lacquer ware, craftsmen paint shu-ai urushi thinly over it. Then a craftsman sprinkles silver Keshi-fun (smallest size powder made from gold or silver foil) and paint shu-ai urushi once more. Then we polish in detail to make a smooth surface to do Maki-e. On this surface, a craftsmen describe many dragonflies and polished up as final process. Because we drew dragonflies by black urushi, we introduced this work as Yakou-Maki-e corner. When we watch this work in the vicinity, we image innumerably flying dragonflies are shined by twilight. Although many dragonfliies dance as one pattern, we can feel each one flies in different blightness."Akitsu" is old name of dragonflies, "Akitsu-shima (shima means island) " means Yamato-no-kuni (Japan). (Quite few people knows this things.) As we explain above. Yakou Maki-e based on Byakudan-nuri this time is brighter than tame-nuri base so far, also the reflected light that swings slightly by the hit condition of light is beautiful , these factors are good conbination of Byakudan and Yakou Maki-e.
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  • Bat [no.17005]
    Price: US$1,500

    Price: US$1,500
    The motif like reief which sinks in the black Tamenuri comes to the surface astimepasses. If the motif has many lines , the contrast of the motif's edge of the line has many, so that the motives like the "bowstring" ,the "sailer" and the "spider (and web)" will be interesting. In above pictures,the 3rd one and the 4th one show the difference of time passing. The left side is the barrel which has passed and the right side is the barrel which has just finished painting. N
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  • A Moose [no.17006]
    Price: US$1,800

    Price: US$1,800
    A base modle is Cigar MOdle long size. A conifer tree described on a cap is black, a moose on a body is heaped up in Emile-Galle taste based on aka-tame sukashi surface. N
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  • A frog with cherry [no.17007]
    Price: US$2,700

    Price: US$2,700
    This model has been done by the conversation with one female person and Nakaya. She is a friend of one Nakaya customer who ever ordered "akatame-sukashi" gold fish . This time , she chose Nakaya brand new technique"Yakoh Maki-e" in N'heki' (blue-green) color. The outline of the frog is described in black urushi and heaped up and the background and body are heki tame technique, so that heki color will be occuerd day by day. This picture has been taken just after painting,so heki color is only recognized between cap and the part where clip holds by closed up picture.
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  • A enjoying the moon cat [no.17008]
    Price: US$1,000

    Price: US$1,000
    A design is almost based on a sketch of customer autograph. The moon is by Tame-Sukashi technique, a foot print on the grip section and two cats are by Yakoh-Makie technique. The body of a pen is Piccolo Cigar model. N
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  • Byakudan-Nuri with Yakou Maki-e, "Cat Paradise" [no.17009]
    Price: US$1,500

    Price: US$1,500
    This work is the collaboration among Byakudan technique and newly developed Urushi lacquer. Byakudan technique is same as former work "Akitsushima", Ater painting silver powders as base coating, a craftsman did Byakudan tecknique by new Urushi in green color. After that cats were described in black Urushi one by one. Thanks to new Urushi, we could express we were able to express a color never before. N
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  • Grapes and wine glass [no.17010]
    Price: US$2,100

    Price: US$2,100
    Wine glass was drew by Tame-sukashi technique and Yakoh-Maki-e. We put Raden (sea shell) to some parts of the banch of grapes. A design is almost based on a sketch of customer autograph.
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  • Kodai Akikusa (Ancient autumn weed) [no.17011]
    Price: US$1,800

    Price: US$1,800
    Background of "Kodai Akikusa"
    This theme is taken from the old design. "Akikusa" means autumn weed. Autumn weed is often used in the songs or paintings because they have something, which hits people's heart. Various feelings such as happiness of harvest, slight sad feeling after the festival, concern about the coming winter etc, come one after the other.

    Techniques On the base of red lacquer, the picture is painted only by black lacquer to create an ancient taste of autumn weed.

    Base model: Cigar, Long size.
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  • HagiⅡ (Olive Green-tame) [no.17012]
    Price: US$1,000

    Price: US$1,000
    We made this color by Australian female cusotmer.
    The color looks like Olive Green based on Urushi Tame-nuri. We use light green for base coating.
    For a grip section, this customer orders Yako Nuri "Hagi" sprinkle with gold powders.

    Base model: Cigar, Piccolo Size.
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  • Karasu (The figure of Kite and Crow from Yosa Buson) [no.17013]
    Price: US$2,000

    Price: US$2,000
    The motif is a representative work with famous signature ’Shain (謝寅)’ of Buson Yosa’s later years. We drew old wood and two crows are done by Yakoh-makie on Aka-Tamenuri lacquer painting base. The snow lay thick on the ground is expressed by sliver powders.

    Base model: Cigar, Long size.

    Buson Yosa,Yosa Buson or Yosano Buson (1716-1783) is Japanese name.
    Japanese poet and painter on Edo period. Buson is one of famous poet along with Kobayashi Issa and Matsuo Basho. He traveled mainly north part of Japan and composes many poems.
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  • Forest of Owl・Shu-ai [no.17014]
    Price: US$1,500

    Price: US$1,500
    This is the third model of Byakudan-Nuri with Yako-makie followed by “Akitsu-shima” and “Cat Paradise”. An Owl, the wisest of the forest creators, is strewn along the body of the pen. The Owl remains popular in many cultures and is honored in this stunning design. It is one of the motifs that we will continue to enhance. Please see the explanation of Byakudan-Nuri on the page of “Akitsu-shima”. Base model is cigar model portable size.
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  • Forest of Owl・Midori [no.17015]
    Price: US$1,500

    Price: US$1,500
    This is the third model of Byakudan-Nuri with Yako-makie followed by “Akitsu-shima” and “Cat Paradise”. An Owl, the wisest of the forest creators, is strewn along the body of the pen. The Owl remains popular in many cultures and is honored in this stunning design. It is one of the motifs that we will continue to enhance. Please see the explanation of Byakudan-Nuri on the page of “Akitsu-shima”. Base model is cigar model portable size.
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