A large Japanese Shibayama, silver, enamel and ivory vase, Meiji period, inscribed mark Miho
Lot 614AY
A large Japanese Shibayama, silver, enamel and ivory vase, Meiji period, inscribed mark Miho
Sold for AU$ 7,564 (US$ 7,070) inc. premium
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A large Japanese Shibayama, silver, enamel and ivory vase, Meiji period, inscribed mark Miho
with everted rim applied with shaped cartouches each with a scrolling dragon, a further figure of a dragon scrolled around the tall fluted neck above coloured enamelled flowers, the ivory body decorated with carved and inlaid scene of figures in a boar, a fisherman on the shore and others repairing nets, in mother of pearl, shell, gilt and enamel, raised on a flared foot with bracket cut-aways and decorated with further coloured enamel, 36.5cm(14.5") high
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