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Two pairs of menuki in the form of geese and swallows Japanese, Edo period–Meiji era, mid to late 19th century By Gotô Ichijo, Japanese, 1791–1876 School Gotô School, Japanese, Main material: shakudo; other metals: gold, silver, copper and shibuichi; decorative technique: uchidashi, takabori, iroe hirazogan, MFA

Jizai Okimono are realistically shaped figures of animals made from iron, copper, shibuichi (copper and silver alloy) and shakudo (copper and gold alloy). Description from kanegae-art.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Carp by Takase Kozan made from iron, copper, shibuichi (copper and silver alloy) and shakudo (copper and gold alloy).

Pair of menuki in the form of a dragonfly and butterfly Japanese, Edo period–Meiji era, mid to late 19th century Matsuo Shigetaka, Japanese, Main material: shakudo; other metals: gold and silver; decorative technique: uchidashi, takabori, iroe hirazogan, MFA

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Vase Japan Meiji circa 1880 Seki Eisuke and others bamboo, iroe takazogan, gold, silver, shakudo, copper, yamagane, shinchu and shibuichi height 54 cm

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Pair of menuki in the form of two hawks Japanese, Edo period, Early 19th century. Ishiguro Kanemoto, Japanese, about 1825.

Takase Kozan--hammered, cold-chiseled and assembled shakudō, shibuichi, silver, red bronze, bronze and copper. Each signed on the underside (often on a wing) with a chiseled signature by the artist: Kōzan (Takase Kōzan, the gō or art name of Takase Torakichi, 1869 – 1934). Late Meiji – Taishō era, circa 1900 – 1920.

Niimi Masaoki. Удивительно красивый.

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