London, South Kensington
16 February 2006
A FINE JAPANESE IVORY BRISE FAN
decorated with Hiramaki and Takamaki, in three colour golds with cranes and waterlilies, the verso with cranes, convulvulous and magnolia, the guardsticks with fine Shibayama style butterflies, ladybird, and other insects and convulvulous, the iron loop gilt with leaves,--10.5in. (26.6cm), Japanese, circa 1880
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