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    Sale 2761

    Asian Art

    20 - 21 November 2007, Amsterdam

  • Lot 631

    A fine Komai dish

    MEIJI PERIOD, SIGNED NIHONKOKU KYOTO NI SUMU KOMAI SEI

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    A fine Komai dish
    Meiji period, signed Nihonkoku Kyoto ni sumu Komai sei
    The central roundel in gold nunomezogan and high relief with an rakan holding the horn of a dragon in one hand and a string of beads in the other, surrounded by a flower-shaped large panel reserved with medallions enclosing pavilions on a diaper ground enriched with a variety of plants, animals and shippo design, all below scrolling vine at the rim
    34.2 cm. diam.


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