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Wooden delivery tag from the Edo period


A wooden delivery bill enclosed when delivering goods to customers in the Edo period. It is written Shoutoku 3, which is 1713 A.D. It is surprising that such a wooden tag was used as a delivery bill in Japan more than 300 years ago. The back side is so beautiful that you can use it as a shiki-ita (mat board) when you enjoy tea ceremony. It is a precious item that reminds us of Japanese wabi and sabi.


Number   /   0148


Price   /   Please ask


Size   /   H570 W400 D10 mm


Country   /   Japan


Period   /   Edo


※Accessories in the photo is not included.


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