Large Japanese menuki “Karpvis” carp Edo period.

 450,00

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“Explore the timeless allure of an Edo-era masterpiece – a large Japanese Menuki featuring a beautifully crafted mountain bronze carp. Carved with meticulous artistry, this Menuki, dating back to the middle of the Edo period, showcases exceptional craftsmanship. Crafted from mountain bronze, the Menuki portrays a Koi fish with intricate detailing, bringing the captivating imagery to life. The gilded finish adds a touch of opulence, highlighting the artistic brilliance of the Edo period artisans. Shakudo visible inlay enhances the Menuki’s sophistication, offering a harmonious contrast to the radiant gold. Measuring approximately 60.5 x 18.8 mm on the front and 62.1 x 18 mm on the back, with a thickness ranging from approximately 4.7 to 4.9 mm, this Menuki exudes a substantial presence. The piece comes housed in a paulownia box, complete with a cushion for safekeeping. This exquisite Menuki captures the essence of Edo-era artistry, where every detail is a testament to the skill and dedication of the craftsmen. The carp, a symbol of strength and perseverance, adds cultural significance to this captivating piece. Whether you’re a seasoned collector or a connoisseur of Japanese art, this Menuki promises to be a standout addition to your collection. Immerse yourself in the rich heritage of Edo-period craftsmanship and bring home a piece of history with this remarkable Japanese Menuki. Enhance your appreciation for traditional Japanese art with this extraordinary Menuki – a fusion of historical significance and aesthetic brilliance. Acquire this masterpiece today and let the allure of Edo-era craftsmanship adorn your collection with timeless elegance.”

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