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Kanō Tessai (1845–1925)

Tsukada Shūkyō (1848–1918)

 

A set of smoking utensils, the pipe case of boxwood carved and coloured with a standing Genroku bijin (beauty dressed in the style of the Genroku era, 1688–1704), the striped silk pipe case with a gold, silver, shakudō, and shibuichi clasp in the form of a group of a mounted mouse daimyo and his retinue.

The pipe case signed Tessai Nōkō tsukuru, the pouch-clasp signed on the plate Shūkyō koku (Carved by Shūkyō)

Meiji era, circa 1910

Pipe case: L. 20.8 cm, Tobacco pouch: 7.5 × 12.5 cm

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