Lot 150 (Asian Art, 13th May 2015)

A Japanese bronze marine life platter, mid-late Meiji period, of circular form with a central arrangement of a crayfish with two further fish surrounded by shells and water plants, the rim decorated with floral mons, the reverse decorated with a key fret motif, with scattered floral mons in relief, two of the original five squat cabriole legs remaining (with a third leg that has become detached), the base signed with a three character markers mark, possibly Miyao, 37cm diameter (at fault)

Sold for £2,400