NH02008 Japanese Tomyodai, a temple light stand created of hand wrought iron in an upright form of a circle with 13 ringlet projections to hold ceramic oil dishes (missing), on a thin post stand having a tripod base. Signs of wear and encrustation, otherwise fine condition. 31-3/4” High x 23” Wide x 14” Deep (base). Edo Period, Circa 1800. $1,400.

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For related article see: Arts of Asia, Jan/Feb 1993 - The Japanese Art of Illumination