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Japanese silver and Komai style box


c. 1800 to c. 1890



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The cover inset with an iron
panel finely worked and inlaid in silver and gold, with a scene showing a pavilion,
tree and bridge, in a mountain landscape, with cranes and the moon in the distance,
signed to the panel ‘Hiroteru’ or ‘Kosho’, the interior with various compartments
and decorated in speckled gold lacquer, Meiji

Provenance: Acquired in the 19th century by a sea captain and left to his daughter,
Rosanna Foley (1894-C.1981) and thence by descent.

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