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  1. Japanese
    Ekagami tate

    18th century
    Wood and lacquer with gold and silver maki-e
    2006.388.7.1

    Museum purchase funded by Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America Inc. in honor of its 15th anniversary; Nanako and Dale Tingleaf; the Japan Business Association of Houston; Stephen Hamilton; Dr. Ninan and Sushila Mathew; Barbara E. Butler; Keiji Asakura; and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lee Dunn III

  2. Japanese
    Shogunal Wedding Gift

    18th century
    Wood and lacquer with gold and silver maki-e, gilt bronze, and fur
    2006.388.1-.14

    Museum purchase funded by Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America Inc. in honor of its 15th anniversary; Nanako and Dale Tingleaf; the Japan Business Association of Houston; Stephen Hamilton; Dr. Ninan and Sushila Mathew; Barbara E. Butler; Keiji Asakura; and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lee Dunn III

  3. Japanese
    Uchikake (Wedding Kimono)

    late 19th century
    Silk and gold
    2018.210

    Museum purchase funded by Ms. Miwa S. Sakashita and Dr. John R. Stroehlein

  4. Shiro Kuramata
    Japanese, 1934–1991
    Glass Chair

    Designed 1976
    Glass
    2009.505

    Museum purchase funded by the Design Council, 2009

  5. Katsuji Wakisaka
    Japanese, born 1944
    Nietos

    1977
    Screenprint on plain weave cotton
    2012.345

    Gift of Phyllis Tucker

  6. Shiro Kuramata
    Japanese, 1934–1991
    "Ritz" Scrittoio

    1981
    Birch plywood, metal, and wood
    2014.815

    Gift of Marc and Sara Benda

  7. Kuramata Design Office, Japanese
    established 1965
    Floating Feather

    c. 1990
    Acrylic and feather
    2011.452

    Museum purchase funded by the John R. Eckel, Jr. Foundation

  8. Shiro Kuramata
    Japanese, 1934–1991
    "Sing Sing Sing" Chair

    1985
    Coated steel
    2011.447

    Museum purchase funded by the John R. Eckel, Jr. Foundation

  9. Shiro Kuramata
    Japanese, 1934–1991
    Umbrella Stand

    Designed 1986
    Enameled metal, chrome-plated steel, and rubber
    2011.449

    Museum purchase funded by the John R. Eckel, Jr. Foundation

  10. Shiro Kuramata
    Japanese, 1934–1991
    "How High the Moon" Chair

    Designed 1986
    Nickel-plated steel mesh
    2011.448

    Museum purchase funded by the John R. Eckel, Jr. Foundation

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