New York, Park Avenue
22 October 1992
AN OMORI SCHOOL KOZUKA
EDO PERIOD (CIRCA 1800), INSCRIBED OMORI EISHU (TERUHIDE) WITH KAO
The shibuichi plate is deeply cut with crashing waves and two fish, one in copper and the other in shakudo, with a shakudo octopus between them. There are numerous gold dots of spray on the waves--length 9.7cm., width 1.4cm., thickness 5.75mm.
T. B. Blow
Kitson collection, no. 187
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The style of this work is in pure Omori tradition.
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