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Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis: a Japanese silver and enamel large bowl, Miyanoti Katsu, Tokyo, dated 1904
Estimate
10,00015,000
LOT SOLD. 10,000 USD
JUMP TO LOT
515
Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis: a Japanese silver and enamel large bowl, Miyanoti Katsu, Tokyo, dated 1904
Estimate
10,00015,000
LOT SOLD. 10,000 USD
JUMP TO LOT

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Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis: a Japanese silver and enamel large bowl, Miyanoti Katsu, Tokyo, dated 1904
the double-walled bowl applied with silver and enameled wisteria, irises, and swimming ducks on matted ground, engraved on base "Purchased by William Rhinelander Stewart from the Japanese Exhibit at the St. Louis Exposition June 20th 1904. Made by Miyanoti Katsu of Tokyo"
marked on base with turtle in triangle, side of bowl engraved with signature
diameter 15 in.
38 cm
138 oz 10 dwt
4310.5 g
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Catalogue Note

According to the New York Historical Society website, "Philanthropist and financier William Rhinelander Stewart was born in New York, the son of Lispenard and Mary Rogers (Rhinelander) Stewart. He was president of the Rhinelander Real Estate Co. and an officer of the Greenwich Savings Bank and the Corn Exchange Bank. As a philanthropist, he was active in the work of the Conference on Charities and Corrections and served as president of the State Board of Charities for twenty-five years."

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