Japanese Gilt Bronze Okimono of a Boy, Meiji Period
Japanese gilt bronze okimono in Miyao style, Meiji Period (1868-1912). Well modelled as a young smiling boy beating a drum, hung around his neck. His kimono engraved with flowers, and tied with at his back, with a large bow. The details finely accentuated in gilt, and his skin in shakudo.
Set upon a hardwood base.
Measures: Height (Including stand) – 10.2 cm, 4”.
Width of stand – 7 cm, 2 3/4”.
Condition: Perfect. No repair.
Height: 10.20 cm, 4"
Width: 7.00 cm, 3"
Depth: 5.20 cm, 2"