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Name: JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD PAIR OF IRON SAKE SERVERS WITH LACQUER LIDS AND SILVER INLAID HANDLES
SOLD
Inventory #: H-62-B
Description: Japanese Meiji Period pair of iron Sake servers with silver inlaid handles and lacquer lids. The servers have the design of Japanese MON, or family crests done on the body. The handles are inlaid in silver and the lids are done in lacquer with MOM design. Each server measures 7" tall and " wide. (rurasu)
Age: Meiji Period (1868-1912)
Size: See Description
Price: Sold