11 November 2008,
London, King Street
Price realised GBP 5,250
Estimate GBP 4,500 - GBP 5,000
A group of twenty fuchi-kashira
Edo Period (19th century)
A shakudo fuchi-kashira of three monkeys fishing, signed Yoshioka Shigesada; a Goto school shakudo fuchi-kashira of a basket, a shakudo fuchi-kashira of butterflies, with signature Moriyuki; a Mito school shakudo fuchi-kashira of crabs and seaweed; a shakudo fuchi-kashira of sakura mon and kiri mon; a Nara school shibuichi fuchi-kashira of dragonflies and stream; a copper fuchi-kashira of Daruma, with signature Toshinaga; a Mino Goto school shakudo fuchi-kashira of chrysanthemum; a Kaga school shakudo fuchi-kashira of water dragon and pattern; a Kyo-Kinko school shibuichi fuchi-kashira of waves, stork and turtle; a Hamano school shibuichi fuchi-kashira of warriors; a Hamano school shibuichi fuchi-kashira of warriors on a horse and eight others (20)
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