Shibayama

Developed in the 19th Century, this Japanese style of design is a form of decorative art, whereby beautiful images are created by inlaying precious materials such as shell, coral, tortoiseshell and ivory into a wood, lacquer or ivory base. The technique became hugely popular during the Japanese Meiji period, and a large quantity of stunning Shibayama wares were exported to Europe during this time.

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