29 - 30 November 2012
A FRENCH ORMOLU-MOUNTED JAPANESE LACQUER AND EBONIZED BUREAU PLAT
19TH CENTURY, THE JAPANESE PANELS PROBABLY LATE 18TH CENTURY
The frieze inset with lacquer panels depicting animals in landscapes, with two central drawers separated by a lions mask, inscribed in red with museum accession number 42.38, with a paper label inscribed 10431
28¼ in. (72 cm.) high, 50 in. (127 cm.) wide, 25¼ in. (64 cm.) deep
Gift of Grace Rainey Rogers, New York, 1942.
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The Cleveland Museum of Art, Bulletin, pp. 47-66, April, 1942.
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