20 - 21 November 2007,
Price realised EUR 1,250
Estimate EUR 1,000 - EUR 1,500
A Japanese bronze koro in shape of an eagle
Late 19th century
The eagle perched on a ragged rock, with outstreched wings and the head bent menacingly against a dragon emerging from waves that form the sockle of the group, each wing and the legs detachable above the talons which form part of the rock, small lid on back of the eagle missing
53 cm. high
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