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Undamaged, slight wear to patination in some areas.
Spur marks to the interior. Two with small chips to the footrim. No other faults.
A set of 5 rather smaller dishes of this pattern is illustrated in the Shibata Collection, vol. 2, p. 303.
Slight wear to enamels. Kiln adhesion to base. No other faults.
The bowl has warped slightly- unsurprising in view of its size- and has four small rim chips (the largest shown). No other damage.
Start with one bead between each of the rungs of the ladder. The aim is to get all the beads together on the cord without removing them from the cord at any time.
Four of the ends to the rungs of the ladder have been replaced with later “buttons”. Otherwise the p ...click for details
An ingenious arrangement of strings which can be adjusted to create different coloured patterns.
An example can be seen rolled up in the illustration on p. 296 o ...click for details
Age cracks. Old repair to back of openwork panel. Early 20th cent.
The stool presumably dates from the period, pre- 1916, when the Cameroons were a German col ...click for details
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