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Name: JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD BRONZE WITH SILVER EGRET KORO OKIMONO
SOLD
Inventory #: ZA-06
Description: Japanese Meiji Period bronze and silver KORO/OKIMONO. The KORO/OKIMONO is done in the shape of a crow and egret. The crow is done in SHAKUDO and the egret is done in silver. Done by UNNO YOSHIMORI, or BISEI II (1864 - 1919). The OKIMONO measures 17" tall, 12 1/2" wide and 8" deep. Signed on silver placque located on the back part of the OKIMONO. YOSHIMORI was UNNO SHOMIN's nephew. He was a professor at the famous Tokyo School of Arts. He won the bronze prize at the Chicago World Fair in 1894. (rukunesup)
Age: Meiji Period (1868-1912)
Size: See Description
Price: Sold