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Cup stand or saucer, wood decorated with black lacquer and foliate designs in gold, petal-shaped saucer on flared foot supporting bowl-shaped stand for separate cup, cup and stand sets (tuki) of Japanese lacquer were used by the Ainu in ceremonies: Japan, 19th century, collected in Hokkaido, Ainu
Cup stand, with a wood base covered with multi-coloured layers of lacquer carved in guri scroll design: Japan?, 18th century
Cup stand of stoneware with celadon green glaze, with piece missing from rim: Korea, Goryeo Dynasty, 12th-13th century AD
Cup stand of blue jasper ware decorated in white relief with a band of acanthus leaves in tongue-shaped spaces and a guilloche border: English, Staffordshire, Etruria, by Wedgwood, c. 1790
Porcelain cup stand with underglaze blue decoration of cranes and pine saplings: Japan, 1775 - 1800
Porcelain cup stand with underglaze blue decoration of landscape, Hirado Mikawachi ware: Japan, Hizen province, Mikawachi, c. 1700 - 1750