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A pair of gilt-bronze menuki in the form of tigers, one with its cub; a pair modelled as karashishi heads; another pair modelled as prunus; a pair of silver and gilt-bronze menuki modelled as abelone shells; and further bronze pairs modelled as ho-o; modelled as flowerheads; modelled as birds in flight, modelled as karashishi playing ,and a similar pair -- 3½in. (8.7cm.) wide max., 19th Century, (rubbing).
See Front Cover Illustration. 	 (18)
A pair of gilt-bronze menuki in the form of tigers, one with its cub; a pair modelled as karashishi heads; another pair modelled as prunus; a pair of silver and gilt-bronze menuki modelled as abelone shells; and further bronze pairs modelled as ho-o; modelled as flowerheads; modelled as birds in flight, modelled as karashishi playing ,and a similar pair -- 3½in. (8.7cm.) wide max., 19th Century, (rubbing). See Front Cover Illustration. (18)

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A pair of gilt-bronze menuki in the form of tigers, one with its cub; a pair modelled as karashishi heads; another pair modelled as prunus; a pair of silver and gilt-bronze menuki modelled as abelone shells; and further bronze pairs modelled as ho-o; modelled as flowerheads; modelled as birds in flight, modelled as karashishi playing ,and a similar pair -- 3½in. (8.7cm.) wide max., 19th Century, (rubbing). See Front Cover Illustration. (18)
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