Valuations are by appointment only. However, you no longer need an appointment for viewing or attending our auctions.
LOT 400
23rd September 2020
Previous Lot Next Lot
Place a bid
You’ll need to sign in to place a bid or add this to your wishlist
Not yet registered? Click here
Share this lot X
Condition Report X
Request further information for LOT 400
Request additional details:
Request a condition report:
Your email address:
Your name:
Your telephone:
LOT 400
A Japanese silver and enamel lobed bowl, Meiji period, circa 1900, the stippled exterior finely engraved and worked in relief with a continuous lakeside scene of three carp swimming and jumping amongst clusters of irises with branches of wisteria hanging above and to the side, and two doves at the water's edge, all picked out in colourful enamels, raised on a shaped base with three ruyi-shaped feet, engraved with flowers and scrolling foliage, applied metal three-character signature plaque to base, height 14.5cm, width 24.9cm (some enamel loss and minor dents), together with a Chinese carved hardwood stand.
Hammer price: £3,600
( Plus
Buyer’s Premium
Buyer’s Premium is an additional charge on each lot sold, currently this is set at 24.5% plus VAT (29.4% including VAT) of the hammer price.
All sold prices shown exclude Buyer’s Premium
Condition Report
View the condition report for this lot
© Copyright Toovey’s 2017-2023. All rights reserved.   Rupert Toovey & Co Ltd T/A Toovey’s.   Registered in England and Wales.   Company Registration No 2994075