This lacquerware is exquisite--decorated with rare mimosa flowers and painted on black lacquer for a modern look. The language of flowers gives the mimosa a special meaning: "gratitude". It's also known as the "flower of happiness" as its burst of blooms heralds the arrival of spring. Inside the bonbonniere, a golden yellow adds a delightful pop of color.
A bonbonnière is a word for a teeny, round box that can hold sweet goodies or jewelry.
Painting/Material: Lacquer coating (outside), urethane coating (inside), Wood powder and resin molding
Size: Ø 4.13" x Height 2.36"
Isuke was founded in the late Edo period. The company has produced the natural material of lacquerware -such as purified lacquer and lacquerware - for over 180 years.
They have gained wide popularity in the market, incorporating designs and functions that match modern life well.
They make contemporary tableware following historical techniques.