London, South Kensington
19 July 2001
A pair of Japanese lacquer and ivory panels
one depicting two birds perched upon a chestnut branch with entwined flowering branch above a spider in its web, the other with a heron and dragonflies in flight before bamboo and lillies, decorated in stained ivory and gilt, some nashiji detail -- 22in. x 16in. (56cms x 40.6cms), (some wear), framed and glazed.
See Illustration. (2)
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