LARGE PAIR OF JAPANESE BRONZE & MIXED METAL MONKEY VASES- HAMADA YOSHIFUMI

LARGE PAIR OF JAPANESE BRONZE & MIXED METAL MONKEY VASES- HAMADA YOSHIFUMI

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As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this large and most amusing pair of Meiji period 1868-1912 , Bronze and mixed metal Cylindrical vases , circa 1890, the artist has finely carved the Bronze vases with a scene of numerous Mixed metal Monkeys clambering in Persimmon Trees ,with adult Monkeys preening their young amidst a lakeside setting, many of the Primates, Fruits and foliage has been onlaid to the Bronze vases in mixed alloys , including Silver , Shakudo and Shibuichi , the base of the vases further decorated with mixed metal decorated Dragons chasing flaming Pearls, the underside of the tall slender vases are artist signed in a incised six character signature , translated to read Hamada Yoshifumi, a recorded Meiji period metalworker , a fine addition to your Japanese works of art collection .

Provenance :

Australian collection .

Condition :

Nice original condition.

Approximate Sizes:

Height :          11.75″    30 cm

Diameter :      4″          10 cm

Weight is a hefty : 4.67 kg combined .

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