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Early 20th Century Burmese Lacquered Tray, “Pagan Bya”
Located in Atlanta, GA
Burmese (Myanmar) Lacquerware has a long tradition dating back to the 13th century. Lacquer in Burma is called “Thitsi” meaning the sap of a Thitsi Tree (Melanhorrea Usitata). Typica...
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Early 20th Century Burmese Lacquer

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Bamboo, Lacquer

Early 20th Century Burmese Lacquered Tray, “Pagan Bya”
Located in Atlanta, GA
Burmese (Myanmar) Lacquerware has a long tradition dating back to the 13th century. Lacquer in Burma is called “Thitsi” meaning the sap of a Thitsi Tree (Melanhorrea Usitata). Typica...
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Early 20th Century Burmese Lacquer

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Bamboo, Lacquer

Early 20th Century Burmese Lacquered Tray Stand, “Dang lan”
Located in Atlanta, GA
Burmese (Myanmar) lacquer ware has a long tradition dating back to the 13th century. Lacquer in Burma is called “Thitsi” meaning the sap of a Thitsi Tree (Melanhorrea Usitata). Typic...
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Mid-20th Century Burmese Lacquer

Materials

Bamboo, Lacquer

Lacquered Pedestal Tray / Table Stand from Burma, Late 19th Century
Located in New York, NY
A small pedestal tray table, hand-carved in Burma (Myanmar), circa 1890. Lacquered in red, turned base. A beautiful decorative accent for any dinner table, console or kitchen counter.
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Antique 1890s Burmese Other Pedestals

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Wood

Lacquered Pedestal Tray / Table Stand from Burma, Late 19th Century
Located in New York, NY
A small pedestal tray table, hand-carved in Burma (Myanmar), circa 1890. Red lacquer, hand-carved accents, ball-and-claw feet. A beautiful decorative accent for any dinner table, c...
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Antique 1890s Burmese Other Pedestals

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Wood

Red Lacquer Large Round Serving Tray, Burmese, Mid-20th Century
Located in Tulsa, OK
This large lacquer round tray is Burmese (Myanmar) and from the mid-20th century. Tray is slightly irregular shape with a rounded bottom with six 1/2" tall legs so that the tray sits...
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20th Century Burmese Primitive Lacquer

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Bamboo

Burmese Lacquerware Pedestal Tray
Located in Chicago, IL
These red lacquer trays are raised on circular stepped bases; closely resembling the lower half of a Burmese Offering Urn without the lid. They make beautiful accents or centerpieces...
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20th Century Thai Lacquer

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Teak

Vintage Painted Lacquer Tray on Stand, Shan of Burma, Early to Mid-20th Century
Located in Point Richmond, CA
Vintage painted lacquer teak wood tray on stand, Daung-lan. Shan of Burma. Early to Mid-20th century. This red and black decorated tray comes from the Shan State of Eastern Burma, a...
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Vintage 1930s Burmese Folk Art Lacquer

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Teak, Lacquer

Burmese Red Lacquer Tray, circa 1900
Located in Chicago, IL
Crafted in early 20th century Burma, this round tray is cloaked in layer upon layer of brilliant red-orange cinnabar lacquer. Decorated in a style known as "yun" ware, the lacquer fi...
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Early 20th Century Burmese More Asian Art, Objects and Furniture

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Bamboo

  • Burmese Red Lacquer Tray, circa 1900
  • Burmese Red Lacquer Tray, circa 1900
  • Burmese Red Lacquer Tray, circa 1900
  • Burmese Red Lacquer Tray, circa 1900
H 1.75 in. Dm 8 in. L 1.75 in.
Burmese Red Lacquer Tray, circa 1900
Located in Chicago, IL
Crafted in early 20th century Burma, this round tray is cloaked in layer upon layer of brilliant red-orange cinnabar lacquer. Decorated in a style known as "yun" ware, the lacquer fi...
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Early 20th Century Burmese More Asian Art, Objects and Furniture

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Bamboo

  • Burmese Red Lacquer Tray, circa 1900
  • Burmese Red Lacquer Tray, circa 1900
  • Burmese Red Lacquer Tray, circa 1900
  • Burmese Red Lacquer Tray, circa 1900
H 2 in. Dm 8 in. L 2 in.
Burmese Lacquerware Tray
Located in Chicago, IL
Burmese Shan culture “Kalat” food tray standing on wooden spindles. This low platter (really a kind of dining table for those seated on the floor) was used to hold fruit and serving ...
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20th Century Burmese Decorative Bowls

Materials

Wood, Lacquer

  • Burmese Lacquerware Tray
  • Burmese Lacquerware Tray
  • Burmese Lacquerware Tray
  • Burmese Lacquerware Tray
H 11.50 in. W 22.25 in. D 22.25 in.
Shan Food Tray
Located in Chicago, IL
This large wooden tray was carved from a single piece of teak wood and covered in multiple layers of natural tree sap lacquer. Black lacquer was used to fill in the pores of the wood...
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Antique 19th Century Burmese Platters and Serveware

Materials

Lacquer

  • Shan Food Tray
  • Shan Food Tray
  • Shan Food Tray
  • Shan Food Tray
H 3 in. W 21 in. D 21 in.
Early 20th Century Burmese Lacquered Tray, “Pagan Bya”
Located in Atlanta, GA
Burmese (Myanmar) Lacquerware has a long tradition dating back to the 13th century. Lacquer in Burma is called “Thitsi” meaning the sap of a Thitsi Tree (Melanhorrea Usitata). Typica...
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Early 20th Century Burmese Lacquer

Materials

Bamboo, Lacquer

Burmese Red Lacquer Large Round Offering or Serving Tray, Late 19th Century
Located in Austin, TX
A striking large woven bamboo and red lacquer round tray, Burma (Myanmar) late 19th century. The Burmese red lacquered circular tray of slightly irregular shape with a rounded bo...
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Antique Late 19th Century Burmese Lacquer

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Bamboo

Giant Black Lacquer Offering Tray, Hsun Ok, from Burma Early to Mid-20th Century
Located in Point Richmond, CA
Extraordinarily large black lacquer offering tray, hsun ok, from Burma. Incorporating six carved claw-and-ball foot legs, a large domed lid and turned pagoda like finial. Early to Mi...
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Vintage 1930s Burmese Folk Art Lacquer

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Bamboo, Teak, Lacquer

Burmese Red Lacquer Pedestal Tray
Located in Chicago, IL
Crafted in mid-20th century Burma, this round tray is cloaked in layer upon layer of brilliant red-orange cinnabar lacquer. Raised by a round pedestal base, the colorful tray resembl...
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Mid-20th Century Burmese Decorative Dishes and Vide-Poche

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Wood

Set of Two Burmese Red Lacquer Trays, circa 1900
Located in Chicago, IL
Crafted in early 20th century Burma, these round trays are cloaked in layer upon layer of brilliant red-orange cinnabar lacquer. Decorated in a style known as "yun" ware, the lacquer...
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Early 20th Century Burmese More Asian Art, Objects and Furniture

Materials

Bamboo

Burmese Lacquer Trays For Sale on 1stDibs

An assortment of Burmese lacquer trays is available at 1stDibs. The range of distinct Burmese lacquer trays — often made from bamboo, lacquer and wood — can elevate any home. There are all kinds of Burmese lacquer trays available, from those produced as long ago as the 19th Century to those made as recently as the 20th Century. Burmese lacquer trays made by Folk Art designers — are very popular at 1stDibs.

How Much are Burmese Lacquer Trays?

Burmese lacquer trays can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price at 1stDibs is $945, while the lowest priced sells for $144 and the highest can go for as much as $2,500.