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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.

Okimono, or ornament, 3 cast bamboo leaves inlaid with silver and gold and a tiny cicada. Iron © Ashmolean Museum Oxford U.

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An ivory netsuke of two monkeys. Late 19th century

The seated parent monkey wearing a sleeveless jacket is picking fleas from the…

マダム貞奴の画像 | 辻村寿和Collection「寿三郎」創作人形の世界

マダム貞奴の画像 | 辻村寿和Collection「寿三郎」創作人形の世界

haha this is where the crappy books go

These Fire Hydrant Bookends are metal art bookends designed by Knob Creek Metal Arts. They’re made of solid steel that’s hammered black.

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