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Kanamono in the form of a group of insects  Japanese, Edo Period, mid-19th century  Masahide, Japanese, Main material: iron; decorative technique: uchidashi, takabori, MFA

Kanamono in the form of a group of insects

Menuki in the form of a group of sparrows

Menuki in the form of a group of sparrows Japanese, Edo Period,

A silver two-case inro Attributed to Unno Shomin, late Meiji Period In the form of a peony bloom, each windblown petal finely and realistically rendered, the interior with a carved signature Hinoe saru banshu Shomin koku (carved by Shomin in late Spring, Year of the Monkey [1896]), with fitted wood storage box, the interior of the lid inscribed with an attestation dated August 1906 that the piece was made by the Imperial Court Artist Unno Shomin, a professor at the Tokyo Art School.

A silver two-case inro Attributed to Unno Shomin, late Meiji Period

雪峰英友作、「菊尽香炉」

「幕末・明治の超絶技巧」 泉屋博古館分館

bronze basket with crab. bamboo baskets with rocks were used by stream edge to protect the bank.

Incendiary Art: Poems (Triquarterly Books

bronze basket with crab. bamboo baskets with rocks were used by stream edge to protect the bank.

Japanese Edo Period Silver and Gilt Hair Pin (Kanzashi).  About early 19th century, Japan

japaneseaesthetics: “ Japanese Edo Period Silver and Gilt Hair Pin (Kanzashi). About early century, Japan ” Japanese art

Pair of menuki in the form of a dragonfly and butterfly  Japanese, Edo period–Meiji era, mid to late 19th century  Matsuo Shigetaka, Japanese, Main material: shakudo; other metals: gold and silver; decorative technique: uchidashi, takabori, iroe hirazogan, MFA

Pair of menuki in the form of a dragonfly and butterfly Japanese, Edo…

Sano Takachika
Kōro or incense burner in the form of a yamabato or mountain pigeon, of silver and shibuichi extensively inlaid in gold.

Sano Takachika Kōro or incense burner in the form of a yamabato or mountain pigeon, of silver and shibuichi extensively inlaid in gold.

Jizai Okimono by Kozan Takase (18th century), Japan :Jizai Okimono are realistically shaped figures of animals made from iron, copper. Their bodies and limbs are articulated, and can be moved like real animals.

Jizai Okimono by Kozan Takase century), Japan :Jizai Okimono are realistically shaped figures of animals made from iron, copper. Their bodies and limbs are articulated, and can be moved like real animals.

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Joyaassilver Handmade Bracelet Jewelry -Joyaassilver Jewelry is Handmade Designer Jewelry.

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