Fine pair of Kiku shaped base Shokudai , candle holders by famous Kanaya Gorozaburo. Gorozaburo started their metal working atelier in 1600s and was autorized and patronized by Tokugawa Shogun family for generations, thus making Gorozaburo , perhaps most desirable and well known metal work shop in whole Japan. Known for its excellent quality and durability , their pieces made it to this day and became highly sought by collectors and those who appreciate fine metal work. Material: Patinated bronze , original storage wooden box is included with signed lid.It is in fine shape but have some integral issues... And mostly useful for provenance and confirmation of the origin. Condition: Fine with patination and oxidation due to the usage. Age: 19th century , Edo-Meji period.
(5.9 x 5.9inch). Weight : 2.9kg (6.4lb) for two. With wooden box 4.7kg. Good condition with some minor abrasions due to the age. Please check with your country.
The item "Rare pair of bronze Shokudai, candle holders by Kanaya Gorozaburo, 19th c GG45" is in sale since Thursday, December 17, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Other Japanese Antiques". The seller is "antiqueman2003" and is located in fukuoka, kyushu. This item can be shipped worldwide.