Dome Paperweight - Yoshitora
Representative of the ukiyo-e style, a popular narrative Japanese art movement during the Edo period, this gorgeous paperweight claims to be much more than a plain office accessory if not a real decoration item, a guarantee of a refinement appreciated far beyond the borders of the Rising Sun Empire.Read more
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Glass dome paperweight, magnifying effect, non-slip felt base. Featuring a detail from the triptych "Three lovely ladies in front of cherry blossoms and ship masts", Utagawa Yoshitora (around 1830- around 1880), late Edo period print (1603-1868), woodblock. Inv. 70.3.121. Musée Georges-Labit. Comes in a black cardboard box with transparent plastic window on top.
- Black cardboard box with transparent plastic window on top and foam cushion inside to hold the paperweight.
- Ø8 x 4 cm.