Japanese Meiji period silver box with shibuichi plaque. The box of rectangular form with a silver polished case stamped Jungin to the base and mounted around a hardwood liner. To the top of the box a shibuichi plaque worked from copper features engraved decoration in katakiribori (engraving with an angled chisel emulating brushstrokes) and gold and silver inlay with a large repousse sack full of objects including as daikoku’s mallet.
Measurements | 4.5cm High x 14cm Wide x 10cm Deep (1.77 x 5.5 x 3.9 Inches)
Condition | Very Good – Excellent