JAPANESE LACQUERED BOWL, OWAN. Meiji period, before 1912


Meiji period, before 1912. 4 1/2” diameter with chocolate exterior and deep green inside. The top with two cranes in flight below a poem. Well detailed in true gold and red. Cranes were considered symbols of longevity believed to live for a thousand years. They are referred to as birds of happiness and symbols of good fortune.  Excellent for the period

Item ID: UC9919

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JAPANESE LACQUERED BOWL, OWAN. Meiji period, before 1912

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