Japanese Bronze Incense Burner by Hasuda Shugoro
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All Items: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Metalwork: Pre 1980: item # 1122914
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26-1 Higashifunaoka-cho Murasakino
Kita-ku Kyoto 603-8228 Japan
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This incense burner is cast in Haku-do ( cupronickel ) by Hasuda Shugoro ( 1915 - 2010 ).
The lid has decoration of a dog and two kanji characters, read "Mizunoe Inu".
Mizunoe-inu is the year of the Dog, once every 60 years. It was made for the year 1982.
Signed artist mark "Shu" on the base.
Hasuda Shugoro has be accepted the Japan Fine Arts Exhibition ( Nitten ) many times and received number of awards ( grand prize in 1953 ), and was given the Order of Culture in 1987.
Measurements : 3 1/2" ( 9 cm ) wide and 2 1/4" ( 5.7 cm ) tall
Weight about : 660 grams
There are some patinas on the lid as seen in the photos.
Comes with original wooden box ( tomobako ).