Japanese Antique Fude-bako Calligraphy Drawer Box A small and compact calligraphy box, called 'fude-bako.' The hardware is all original and the box has nice and rustic patina. The top of the box stores a suzuri-ink-pad, while the small and narrow three drawers holds brushes and other stationary items. It will make a lovely and unique jewelry box. Ca Late 1800s to Early 1900s (the Meiji Era) Dimensions: 10 5/8"wide 6 1/2"deep 7 1/4" high
New Delhi Atomics Pavilion Running from Feb. 28, 2016, through June 12, 2016, at the Museum of Design Atlanta, "Make-Believe America" highlights U.S. cultural exhibitions from the 1950s to the 1970s created by renowned designers such as Herbert Bayer, Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, and R. Buckminster Fuller.