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Japanese pair of silvered bronze cranes with details in shakudo and gilt on a wood base, signed in an oval reserve Hidenao 秀尚 (Shusho), Meiji Period.

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

Reference: 'The Golden Age of Japanese Okimono, the Dr. A.M.Kanter’s collection', Laura Bordignon 2010, Metalwork pg. 254.

' Meiji no Takara 明治の宝 Treasures of Imperial Japan, the D. Khalili Collection', Metalwork Part II, no. 107.

Size of cranes without base: H 38.5cm (15.15" in.) x W 31cm (12.20" in) and H 25.5cm (10.03" in.) x W 23.5cm (9.25" in.)

 

Dimensions

H 42.5cm x W 55cm x D 34cm

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