A CHARMING JAPANESE SILVERED BRONZE DUCK OKIMONO - MASATSUGU

A CHARMING JAPANESE SILVERED BRONZE DUCK OKIMONO – MASATSUGU

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As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this high quality Meiji period(1868 -1912) c1900  Silvered bronze Okimono of a duck , presumably drawn as if it was floating in the water, one wing gently lifted to the side of his body as he gazes to that particular side , the Meiji period artist Masatsugu Saku has painstakingly cast the Duck in such realistic detail with the use of mixed metal alloys to patinate the beak and feet in a gorgeous Shakudo black , the eyes nicely picked out in gilt with Silver pupils, the artists gilt tablet is onlaid to the underside, a charming Okimono ideal for display on a glass shelf or any stand to suit your room setting whether contemporary or Japanese taste.

Condition report:

The condition is delightful !

Notes:

for another, very distressed example of this Okimono by Masatsugu please see Bonham’s San-Francisco , Lot 8034 , 10/03/15 , sale result £3221 .

Approximate sizes :

Height:  4.25″ 11 cm

Length:  8″      20.5 cm

Depth:   4″       10.5 cm

Weight : 1617 gms

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