An inlaid bronze ovoid vase Attributed to Shobi/Jomi Eisuke II or III, Taisho Period
Lot 283*
An inlaid bronze ovoid vase Attributed to Shobi/Jomi Eisuke II or III, Taisho Period
£3,500 - 4,000
US$ 5,900 - 6,700
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An inlaid bronze ovoid vase Attributed to Shobi/Jomi Eisuke II or III, Taisho Period
Lot Details
An inlaid bronze ovoid vase
Attributed to Shobi/Jomi Eisuke II or III, Taisho Period
Decorated in silver, copper and shakudo takazogan with asagao (morning glory) growing against a bamboo fence, with separate wood stand, the base stamped with seal Shobi; with tomobako titled and signed by the artist Kyoto Seiseido, Shobi zo with seal Seiseido. 30.1cm (11¾in) high. (3).

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  • 朝顔図銅花瓶 伝二代/三代紹美栄祐作 大正時代

    Shobi Eisuke (otherwise known as Jomi Eisuke in the West), was one of the more prominent of the Kyoto craftsmen-dealers who exhibited extensively in both National and International Exhibitions.
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