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Masanao of Yamada | Wood Okimono of Frogs

Masanao of Yamada | Wood Okimono of Frogs

Project Description

Wood okimono of frogs by Masanao of Yamada

An adult and young crouching on a straw sandal. Their eye pupils are all almond shaped cabochons of dark horn

Signed: Masanao. Circa 1880

9.5cm long

Provenance:

Wolfgang Wassermann collection, Basel.

Okimono MR2402


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