19th Century Antique Burmese Lacquerware Money Holder or Pouch - 40cm/16"
Measurements - Height 40cm (16")
Ca. 19th century Burmese lacquerware money holder or pouch. This two piece pouch is decorated with a traditional Burmese motif and would have been used to hold and transport money.
The pouch is decorated in traditional red and gold style.
The delicacy of the gilt work, excellent condition and overall style of the piece is very unusual.
This box is made of lacquered woven bamboo.
Provenance: Private UK collection. All items are guaranteed to be as described. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all purchases upon request.
This traditional in appearance piece is sure to add a unique touch to any room of your home or workplace.
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