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Japanese bronze vase with cranes in flight and sprays of irises among reeds, inlaid with gold, silver, shakudo and copper signed with chiselled characters Kowa 幸和 with kakihan and a seal mark on the base Hirotake 寛雄, Meiji Period. 

In Japan the crane is an auspicious symbol of long life, luck and fidelity as cranes pair for life.

The artist Kowa was active in Kyoto during the Meiji era.

 

Dimensions

H 23.8cm x W 11cm x Di: 6cm

Price

£3200.00

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