A GROUP OF THREE INK CAKE STANDS
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A GROUP OF THREE INK CAKE STANDS

MING-QING DYNASTY (1368-1644)

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A GROUP OF THREE INK CAKE STANDS
MING-QING DYNASTY (1368-1644)
The group is comprised of an amber ink cake stand, carved with two phoenixes, one in flight amidst a blossoming tree, the other on the rocky ground below; a zitan ink cake stand, carved in the center with flower heads enclosed by scrolling tendrils and inlaid in silver wire with key-fret patterns around the borders; and a bamboo ink cake stand, carved on the top with a landscape scene.
2 ½ to 3 ½ in. (6.4 to 8.9 cm.) long, 3 Japanese wood boxes and 1 wood stand (3)
Provenance
By repute, collection of the Prince Kinmochi Saionji (1849-1940), twice Prime Minister of Japan.

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