An inlaid silver small vessel and cover By Tadayoshi and Yukihiro, Meiji Period
Lot 510*
An inlaid silver small vessel and cover By Tadayoshi and Yukihiro, Meiji Period
Sold for £3,750 (US$ 6,057) inc. premium

Lot Details
An inlaid silver small vessel and cover By Tadayoshi and Yukihiro, Meiji Period An inlaid silver small vessel and cover By Tadayoshi and Yukihiro, Meiji Period An inlaid silver small vessel and cover By Tadayoshi and Yukihiro, Meiji Period An inlaid silver small vessel and cover By Tadayoshi and Yukihiro, Meiji Period An inlaid silver small vessel and cover By Tadayoshi and Yukihiro, Meiji Period An inlaid silver small vessel and cover By Tadayoshi and Yukihiro, Meiji Period An inlaid silver small vessel and cover By Tadayoshi and Yukihiro, Meiji Period An inlaid silver small vessel and cover By Tadayoshi and Yukihiro, Meiji Period An inlaid silver small vessel and cover By Tadayoshi and Yukihiro, Meiji Period An inlaid silver small vessel and cover By Tadayoshi and Yukihiro, Meiji Period An inlaid silver small vessel and cover By Tadayoshi and Yukihiro, Meiji Period An inlaid silver small vessel and cover By Tadayoshi and Yukihiro, Meiji Period An inlaid silver small vessel and cover By Tadayoshi and Yukihiro, Meiji Period An inlaid silver small vessel and cover By Tadayoshi and Yukihiro, Meiji Period
Fine Metalwork from an English private collection
(Lots 503-511)
An inlaid silver small vessel and cover
By Tadayoshi and Yukihiro, Meiji Period
Of tapering, hexagonal form, the body inset with six lobed panels decorated in gold and silver takazogan, each depicting a different scene consisting of a carp leaping up a river, a Chinese pavilion on a cliff, a dragon rising from the tumultuous waters, 'the clam's dream', a cockerel and hen perched on a drum and stalks of blooming peonies, one panel with chiselled signature Tadayoshi kore wo horu, the interior gold lined; the cover pierced and carved with takaramono among swirling clouds, the rim signed Yukihiro zo and stamped jungin (real silver).
5.5cm (2 1/8in) high. (2).

Footnotes

  • 花鳥龍鯉蛤楼閣図貼付彫金銀器 忠義、幸廣合作 明治時代

    Six tsuba-makers under the name of Tadayoshi are recorded by Wakayama Takeshi, Kinko Jiten (A Dictionary of Metalworkers), Token Shunju Shinbun-sha, Tokyo, 1999, p.1028 & 1029. One of them could be the maker of this vessel.
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