Matchbox Japan, Copper And Brass, Japanese Mask, Nineteenth, Meiji flag

Matchbox Japan, Copper And Brass, Japanese Mask, Nineteenth, Meiji
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"Matchbox Japan, Copper And Brass, Japanese Mask, Nineteenth, Meiji"
With a smiling face, eyes and mouth wide open, made of repousse copper, here is a pretty matches box, or vesta, in a trompe l'oeil of a mask. The back is engraved in brass with a fubako, a cup and a fan, ornate on upper left corner with decorative garlands .. Inside, is the scraper ...
Japanese working, for export to the Wesrt , Meiji, 19th century. Superb condition, few wear, barely visible ..
Dimensions: 5,8cm x 4,4cm.

Sending to France FREE for my month test, Worldwide Shipping, send me a message ..
Contact: Charles Cordier: 06.46.13.37.64

For each purchase, you will find an invoice for the total amount less the shipping costs, as well as my business card, to join with.
My packages are studied for each item, and protected as it should be, with professional materials and / or recovery .. Items less than 1000euros, will be shipp by colissimo. Items between 1000 and 5000 euros will be shipp by Chronopost.
I can also provide a personnal delivery for some items (only in Paris and on French antique Fairs) and those exceeding 5000euros, otherwise I would call a carrier.
Do not hesitate to contact me for any additional questions
Price : 225 €
Period:19th century
Style:Asian art
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Cuivre
Width : 4,4cm
Height : 5,8cm

Reference : 433064
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