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Meiji period iron incense burner from Japan priced in excess of £100,000 from Kevin Page Oriental Art in Islington.

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The lidded work – set with a finial of a lion dog holding a ball and decorated with flowering peonies, magnolia, cherry and birds – is engraved, sculpted and inlaid in gold, silver, shibuichi, shakudo and copper using a variety of highly skilled metalworking techniques.

It was created by Kajima Ikkoku II (1846-1925), the oldest son of the renowned artist Kajima Mitsuyuki who was known for his application of nunome zogan.

It is priced in excess of £100,000 from Kevin Page Oriental Art in Islington.

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