Japanese culture has been shaped by long periods of Chinese conquest (Yoshikawa 1976), and one of the many shared aspects of Japanese and Chinese art is the prevalence of diverse insects. Japanese artists were keenly aware of their rich history of insects in art. Condition: The lid is in excellent condition, with the intricate and delicate carving of the lion's head particularly good. The rest of the box is very good, but for one chip out of the inner lip , which doesn't show when the box is shut (see photos).Dimensions: 6 cm w x 4.5 cm h. We are cleaning everything and washing our hands constantly, so please know that we are doing everything that we can to make sure that what we send out is as sanitized and safe as possible! (we are also in self isolation to protect my 95yr old mother, which makes everything that much safer). As many of our items are used, t.
Hey may have some age-related wear and tear. I always describe any significant damage as honestly as I can as my aim is to have happy customers :- Please always look at all the photos carefully as they are part of the description. Any questions or requests please dont hesitate to ask. The item "Oriental Japanese Meiji Period 19th Century Delicately Carved Trinket Box" is in sale since Sunday, May 17, 2020.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian/Oriental Antiques\Chinese\Boxes". The seller is "tthonett" and is located in Basingstoke.
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