London, South Kensington
22 February 2007
A small Japanese bronze four-fold komai-style table screen, Meiji
the panels decorated in gilt and silver with a boatman flanked by huts, pagodas and a shrine entrance, with Mount Fuji in the distance, all above a floral ground, the reverse engraved with a hen and chicks, birds, dragonflies, wisteria and foliate branches, gilt sei mark below a sun burst -- each panel 6 3/16in. (15.7cm.) high x 2¾in. (7cm.) wide.
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