A Japanese rare tobacco pouch, Isaac Titsingh Collection
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A Japanese rare tobacco pouch, Isaac Titsingh Collection

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A Japanese rare tobacco pouch, Isaac Titsingh Collection
with two shaped gilt-lacquered linked iron panels, decorated with raised mon, central applied gilt-lacquered wooden section, inset within an embroidered pouch cloth decorated with a gambolling Karashishi, link copper attachment - 4 3/8in. (11.1cm.) high.
Provenance
Attached card tag:- From the collection of the late M. Isaac Titsingh, chief of the Dutch settlement at Nagasaka old Japanese tobacco pouch from the Titsingh Collection.

Isaac Titsingh (1745-1812) was Director of the VOC (Dutch East India Company) in Japan. Titsingh owned the first extensive collection of Japanese artefacts in Europe.
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