17 March 2016
A ZITAN PETAL-LOBED BRUSH POT
The brush pot is of an hexagonal, barbed petal-lobed form with vertical sides between raised bands at the mouth and foot, all supported on five short tab feet.
7 5/8 in. (19 cm.) diam., Japanese box
Nicholas Grindley, London, 2005.
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N. Grindley, Nicholas Grindley, 'March 2005', no. 8.
Please note this lot is sold with a cloth box.
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