“Nashiji Umebachi-mon Karakusa Makie Hina-dogu (Doll furniture painted with lacquer in which gold or silver flakes are used)

These three pieces of doll furniture became the center of wedding preparations in the Edo period.
On the Maeda family crest and coat of arms, a plum blossom was finely drawn with gold and silver powder on Japanese lacquer, indicating the workshop's high skill in rendering detail.