18 March 2008,
New York, Rockefeller Center
Price realised USD 6,875
Estimate USD 2,800 - USD 3,200
Edo period (19th century), the first attributed to Soko, the second inscribed Soko, the third inscribed Ikkin, the fourth signed Masayoshi
Comprising a Yokoya-school shakudo nanako-ji kozuka with peonies in iroe taka-zogan; a Yokoya-school shibuichi migaki-ji kozuka with Chokaro and his horse in katakiri-bori; a Yokoya-school shibuichi migaki-ji kozuka with plum blossoms in katakiri-bori; a Hamano-school shibuichi migaki-ji kozuka with pine trees on a shoreline in iroe taka-zogan and shishiai-bori; an Omori-school shibuichi migaki-ji kozuka with fan-shaped reserves of flowers in iroe taka-zogan; a copper ishime-ji kozuka with peonies in iroe taka-zogan
3 7/8in. (9.6cm.) each approx. (6)
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