As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this nice quality charming Meiji period 1868-1912 bronze okimono , the subject depicts a young boy playing a flute while sat upon the back of a recumbent Oxen , the young lad is obviously taking a break from his work as he carries a large wicker basket and sickle upon his back, the Oxen is tethered with a rope through a ring in his nose, the quality of the Oxen is superior to many groups of this type with very realistic detailing throughout, the bronze is signed to the underside, a captivating price range okimono for your collection .
Previously supplied by ourselves and now re available as part of an entire Japanese works of art collection purchased from the executors of the estate.
Condition report :
The condition is lovely throughout.
Height: 7 1/2″ 19 cm
Length: 14″ 36 cm
Depth: 7″ 18 cm
Free worldwide delivery and a certificate of authenticity are included in the price of this item
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