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Lot 324 - NE0423

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Lot details

Japan, 18th century, Edo period (1615-1868)

Of lenticular section, the roiro ground finely decorated in predominantly gold takamaki-e with detailing in hiramaki-e and kirigane, depicting to one side the God of Thunder smoking a pipe and carrying a drum and two drumsticks strapped to his back, with stylized bolts of thunder surrounding him , the other side showing the God of the Wind walking under a pine tree and carrying a second drum on his back, further with foliage and rockwork, the interior of rich nashiji with gold fundame edges.

HEIGHT 8.2 cm

Condition: Very good condition with minor and typical wear, few short fine age cracks, minuscule losses, few small nibbles to edges with one associated minor touchup.


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