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Japanese Edo period lacquer panel with two swallows
Japanese Edo period lacquer panel with two swallows

 

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Japanese Edo period lacquer panel with two swallows   
Japanese Edo period lacquer panel with two swallows  
Japanese Edo period lacquer panel with two swallows  
Japanese Edo period lacquer panel with two swallows  
Japanese Edo period lacquer panel with two swallows  
Japanese Edo period lacquer panel with two swallows  
Japanese Edo period lacquer panel with two swallows  
Japanese Edo period lacquer panel with two swallows  
Japanese Edo period lacquer panel with two swallows  
Japanese Edo period lacquer panel with two swallows  
Japanese Edo period lacquer panel with two swallows  

 

Japanese Edo period negoro lacquer panel, early 18th century. Dark muted red ground with 2 black swallows and 2 leaves, highlighted in gold and silver maki-e lacquer, exquisitely painted. Mounted in ebonized hardwood frames under glass, with original mid 19th century paper backing and label. Label reads: E. D. Butler & Co / Paintings Etchings and Picture Frames / ?? Ave. New York. Panel 11.25 x 14.75; frame 13.25 x 16.5. If you wish to browse our entire available inventory please go to OneofaKindAntiques.com.

Item 8275:    $550

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