PAIR OF JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD KOMAI STYLE IRON PLAQUES

PAIR OF JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD KOMAI STYLE IRON PLAQUES

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As part of our Japanese art collection we are delighted to offer this pair of Meiji period ( 1868 – 1912) c1910 iron panels decorated in Gold and Silver Damascened work in the manner of Komai , the pair of heavy iron panels are supported on their original easel stands, the first depicts a fishing boat at work on lake Biwa with mountain and village scenes in the distance , whilst the second depicts a Bijin being pulled in a rickshaw beside a lakeside setting with a village and a snow topped Mount Fuji in the distance.

A very decorative pair of iron picture panels.

Condition report:

The condition is lovely and original.

Approximate sizes:

Height  6.75″  17 cm

Width   4 3/8″ 11 cm

Weight 1280 gms

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