• Black Burmese serving tray
  • Black Burmese serving tray
  • Black Burmese serving tray
  • Black Burmese serving tray

Lacquer Serving Tray, Late 19 Century

$175.00

Lovely black serving tray from central west Burma, late 19 Century

SKU: oasmb028 Category: Tag:

Description

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Bamar people
Burma/Myanmar
Serving tray, byat (Burmese)
Wood, bamboo and lacquer.
22.7/8. inches long X 15 in. across X 2.25 in. high. 1.8 lb.
58.5 cm long x 38.5 wide X 5.8 high. 825 gm
Good condition. A few slight chips or wear marks. Slight surface cracking in the lacquer.

Countless meals and drinks must have been served on this lovely example of black lacquerware tray, byat. Probably from the town of Kyaukka in western central Burma near town of Monywa, who’s known for their strong, durable, black lacquerware. Mostly used in a Burmese home but could also be used to making offering to monks or officials. Collected in upper Burma mid 1990’s

Additional information

Weight 825 kg
Dimensions 58.5 × 38.5 × 5.8 cm