A pair of gold menuki By Kikuoka Mitsuyuki (1750-1800), late 18th century
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A pair of gold menuki By Kikuoka Mitsuyuki (1750-1800), late 18th century
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A pair of gold menuki
By Kikuoka Mitsuyuki (1750-1800), late 18th century
Each in the form of a running horse, its eyes of shakudo, signed Kikuoka Mitsuyuki.
3½cm (1 3/8in). (2).

Footnotes

  • 目貫 馬 銘菊岡光行 18世紀後期

    The maker is probably that mentioned by R.Haynes, Index no. H 05606. He was a student of Yanagawa Naomitsu and is considered the founder of the Kikuoka School.
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