A pair of gold menuki  By Yokoya Somin (1670- 1733), 18th century
Lot 1119
A pair of gold menuki By Yokoya Somin (1670- 1733), 18th century
US$ 2,500 - 3,500
£1,500 - 2,100
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A pair of gold menuki
By Yokoya Somin (1670- 1733), 18th century
Finely cast and carved as incense burners set on tripod karashishi feet and finished with crouching and seated karashishi finials, the backs with pins of male and female type (in-yo) supported with triangular (sankaku) joints, unsigned but attributed to Yokoya 3/4in (1.9cm) high; weight 4.3 and 4.8g
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