Bronze vase by Kanaya Gorôsaburô XI 金谷五良三郎
Price: € 850,00
Elegant brown patinated bronze trumpet vase with gold and red sprinkled design. It has an impressive broad outward curved mouth decorated on both sides with the dots. Its slender body is flanked by a pair ears shaped like budding ‘sprouts’. The body converts into a broader cone-shaped foot.
Sealed at the bottom by the artist Kanaya Gorôsaburô XI 金谷五良三郎 (1871-1928). The artist was from the eleventh generation of a family of bronze caster artists in Kyoto. The firm’s bronze wares are represented in many prestigious collections, including the Rijksmuseum, National Victoria Museum in Melbourne, and Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Height 27 cm, Diameter 24 cm.
Period: Japan – Late Meiji period/Taishô period (First quarter 20th century).
In nice original condition with some very light signs of age. Please look at the photos for a clear condition reference.
Including original signed and sealed wooden tomobako 供箱 (storage box), and ditto sign.
When shipped we will add a certificate of authenticity.
Price including insured shipping.