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As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this exceptional quality Meiji period 1868-1912 lidded box by the highly regarded artist Murata Morihisa , his art name Kiryusai , the heavy silver lined box is formed from shakudo and upon its lid depicts the charming subject of a bird perched upon a Japanese floral display carefully watching an insect at work within the central gold flower, the sides of the box exquisitely decorated with gold ferns highlighted with silver dew drops , the artist Murata Morihisa has signed the box within a silver tablet to the lid, a fantastic addition to your Japanese metalwork or works of art collection .

Literature :

Murata Morihisa was active in Tokyo during the Meiji and Taisho periods , he was a student of Unno Moritoshi (1834-1896)

Condition report :

Lovely condition throughout .

Approximate sizes :

Length: 5.25″ 13.5 cm

Depth : 4.0″   10 cm

Height : 2.0″ 5 cm

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