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Japanese silvered bronze eagle naturalistically modelled on a rootwood base, signed in a plaque Masatsune chu 政常鋳, Meiji Period.

The artist Masatsune 政常 was very accomplished in bird sculptures. For other examples of bronze birds by the same artist see "The Golden Age of Japanese Okimono- The Dr. Kanter Collection" Laura Bordignon, 2010, Metalwork no. 248.

Also " Meiji no Takara 明治の宝: Treasure of Imperial Japan-The D. Khalili Collection" Metalwork part II, no. 104-105.

Dimensions

H 89 cm x W 68 cm x D 50 cm. Eagle without base H 38 cm x W 65 cm x D 37 cm)

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