1920’s Namiki Box Comissioned by Dunhill in Northern Africa
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A 1920’s Namiki Box commissioned by Alfred Dunhill in Northern Africa. This rarity features an aesthetically skillful engraving of a bird, using a traditional technique of Japanese lacquering, called Maki-e. To perfect the art of Maki-e, it takes great craftsmanship and years of training. The box is inlaid in silver trimming and was most likely an accessory piece for pen collectors of limited, Dunhill-Namiki pens.
21 x 20 x 9
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