Japanese Taishō Hand Mirror

Circa 1925

Price:

600 USD

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Description

Polished brass hand mirror with a traditional design from the late Taishō period on a custom stand.

  • Mirrors were once rare and expensive objects, taking on religious, magical and artistic functions. Even today, the mirror of goddess Amaterasu enshrined at Ise is the most sacred object in Japan.
  • Large Kanji characters and signed on a raised dotted ground.
Condition Report
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Areas of patina commensurate with age and use, with polished side retaining some reflective qualities.

Dimensions
Height: 11.25 inches / 28.57 cm
Width: 6 inches / 15.24 cm
Depth: 3 inches / 7.62 cm
Materials
Polished Brass, Powdercoated Metal
Period
Art Deco, Hollywood Regency
Decorative Style
Asian Decorative Arts
Country of Origin
Japan
SKU

C8VP9

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