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Japanese Cloisonne Riding Crop Lady Gilt Meiji 1890







 

    Japanese cloisone riding crop or umbrella handle withen great color of enamel and gilt bronze made during the Meiji Period 1890. Perfect condition with original gilding. 7 3/4" length 1 1/4" diameter.

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For our French-speaking friends: Manche de cravache de Dame ou de courtisane, émail cloisonné du Japon vers 1890, fin Meiji. Bel état, dorure d'origine. Longueur 19,6 cm, diamètre 3,2 cm.

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