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Japanese bronze vase decorated with a lizard chasing a spider suspended from its web, signed Mitani sei 三谷製, Meiji Period.

For the artist Mitani see: Frederick Baekeland 'Imperial Japan, the art of the Meiji Era', Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Ithaca, New York 1980. Catalogue Number 106 a bronze work of an eagle perched on a stump.

Weight

H 26cm x W 8.5cm

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