As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this large Meiji period 1868-1912 bronze vase depicting comical scenes of Oni’s being chased by the word Shoki , the scene after a famous painting, this exquisitely patinated multi coloured heavy Bronze vase depicts a pair of Oni’s in high relief and apparently being chased by Shoki, on this occasion depicted as two large onlaid characters SHO-KI, the vase also bears the artist name “Ukka Hoitsu” ( Art name Sakae Hoitsu ) from the original painting, and a rectangular seal, the segmented shaped top and red Autumnul patination add to this vases unique decorative charm , a fine quality Japanese Bronze vase to enhance your Japanese themed room setting .
Condition report :
The condition is lovely and original throughout .
Height: 13″ 33 cm
Width: 6.5/8″ 17 cm
Weight : 3.2kg
Free worldwide delivery and a certificate of authenticity are included within the price of this item.
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