London, South Kensington
4 November 2009
A Bronze Vase
Signed Kyoto ju Nakagawa kyu sei Kiyonori kore (wo) tsukuru, Meiji Period (late 19th century)
In the form of a split bamboo basket with two inset iron panels, each decorated in iroe-hirazogan and takazogan with a bird
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Kiyonori is the name taken by Hashimoto Isshi II in his late age, circa 1890.
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