2 - 3 April 2008
This lot is offered without a reserve
A GROUP OF THREE JAPANESE GILT-OVERLAID IRON BOXES,
MEIJI PERIOD (19TH EARLY 20TH CENTURY),
comprising a cabinet-form box with two inset drawers, a quatrefoil-shaped box and cover, signed indistinctly; and a rectangular box with hinged cover, signed 'Nihon Koku Kyoto Ju Komai Sei'
The cabinet-form box, the largest, 2 7/8in. (7.3cm.) high (4)
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