Japanese arquebusier's gunpowder flask made of light-weight wood with metal fittings of brass and copper, late Edo period, 19th century.
Tasteful form and its mature texture. Often arranged to be applied to a valued flower vase for tea ceremony as "Art of Mitate" in Japan.
In fine antique condition, with unopenable stiff lid though. approx. H 16 cm (6.29in)
selected by Sezuan antiques & art
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