Lot 411
A Japanese Inlaid Bronze Vase with Rooster by Nogawa Noboru
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Meiji period (1868-1912), bronze with mixed metal decoration, an elongated baluster form with short everted rim, decorated with a rooster perched on a cascading branch of flowering cherry, inlaid with silver, gold and pink gold, signed with the Nogawa mark.

4.25 in.

Estate of the late Dr. Eleanor Jantz, Durham, NC

Nogawa's studio was founded in 1825 in Kyoto to make fine metalwork during the Meiji era. He participated in international expositions during the beginning in 1893 to the early years of the 20th century, and many of his pieces found their way into foreign collections, his bronze works exhibit the lavish and meticulous detail that hallmark the Meiji period.

Very good condition.

$400 - 800