1 - 2 April 2009
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A KOREAN GREEN LACQUERED, MOTHER-OF-PEARL, SHAGREEN AND TORTOISESHELL CABINET**,
37¾in. (96cm.) high, 22¾in. (58cm.) wide, 12in. (30.5cm.) deep
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Lee Yu-kuan, Oriental Lacquer Art (New York/Tokyo, 1972), p. 336, no. 261.
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Please note that this lot was acquired from Sammy Lee in October, 1973 and is published in Oriental Lacquer Arts, p. 261.
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