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    Sale 1978

    Japanese And Korean Art

    18 March 2008, New York, Rockefeller Plaza

  • Lot 289

    A Hamano School Kozuka, a Kaga School Kozuka, a Natsuo School Kozuka, a Kaga School Kozuka, a Jochiku School Kozuka and a Teiei School Kozuka

    EDO PERIOD (18TH-19TH CENTURY), THE FIRST INSCRIBED MIBOKU (SHOZUI) AND SEALED RIFUDO; THE THIRD INSCRIBED NATSUO, THE FIFTH INSCRIBED TEIEI

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    A Hamano School Kozuka, a Kaga School Kozuka, a Natsuo School Kozuka, a Kaga School Kozuka, a Jochiku School Kozuka and a Teiei School Kozuka
    Edo period (18th-19th century), the first inscribed Miboku (Shozui) and sealed Rifudo; the third inscribed Natsuo, the fifth inscribed Teiei
    The first sentoku migaki-ji kozuka decorated with bats and a crescent moon in gold and shakudo taka-zogan and shishiai-bori; the second a shakudo migaki-ji kozuka decorated with insects in gold hira-zogan, details carved in ke-bori; the third a shibuichi migaki-ji kozuka with birds before a moon obscured by clouds in shishiai-bori and iroe taka-zogan; the fourth a shibuichi migaki-ji kozuka with crickets and grape vines in gold hira-zogan; the fifth a shakudo chirimen-ji kozuka with a dragonfly in iroe taka-zogan; the sixth a shibuichi ishime-ji kozuka with birds on plum branches in iroe taka-zogan
    3¾in. (9.6cm.) long each approx. (6)


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