As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this very large Meiji period 1868-1912 bronze okimono depicting a prowling Tiger on its original bronze stand, the Tiger striding purposefully his facial expression showing a somewhat aggressive determination to seek his quarry, his stripes boldly delineated in relief , the en suite bronze base cleverly patinated to give the contrasting effect of a rugged terrain, the base nicely stamped with the artists seal that translates to read Takahashi Ryoun, a large and dramatic okimono for your Japanese themed room or just as an addition to your Japanese bronze collection.
Condition report :
In fine condition throughout.
Approximate sizes :
Length : 45. 1/2″ 115.5 cm
Length : 44 1/2″ 113 cm ( stand )
Height : 21 1/2″ 55 cm
Depth : 16 1/2″ 42 cm
Free worldwide delivery and a certificate of authenticity are included in the price of this item.