Vase - bronze - Very exquisite bronze flower wares - Japan - Meiji period(1868-1912)

Vase - bronze - Very exquisite bronze flower wares - Japan - Meiji period(1868-1912)
Very good condition, see description - 35.7×13.4×12.5 cm

This is a very beautiful ancient bronze flower wares, hand-cast, and then hand-carved a lifelike deer, meaning health and auspiciousness, 35.7cm high, with the original box and the author's signature, the bottom of the vase also has the author's signature engraving, this is a famous Japanese metal sculptor Ookuni Tobee, Tokugawa Bakufu's imperial craftsman, was famous for making artillery, In the 40 years of Meiji (1907), he won the gold medal of Japan-Britain Exposition in London, and specially made imperial articles for the Japanese Royal family! This work weighs 2.4 kg!

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In addition, due to the buyer's personal reasons (travel) did not receive the goods were returned, the postage required to be re-mailed by the buyer to bear!

Lot details
Manual casting and sculpture
Meiji period(1868-1912)
Region/ Country of origin
Artist/ Maker
Ookuni Tobee
Title of artwork
Very exquisite bronze flower wares
Very good condition, see description
35.7×13.4×12.5 cm
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