New York, Park Avenue
22 October 1992
A KATSURA SCHOOL FUCHI KASHIRA
EDO PERIOD (CIRCA 1750), SIGNED NAGAYASU (EIHO) WITH KAO
Each piece is of shibuichi plate. They are carved in low relief (shishiaibori) with a design of the father of Momotaro on the fuchi and Fukurokuju on the kashira, each with gold accents--length of fuchi 3.8cm., height 1.1cm.; length of kashira 3.3cm., height 0.7cm.
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