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Three Japanese ‘Bachi’ - Japan, 19th cent
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Ref : 100341
4 900 €
Period :
19th century
Provenance :
Japan
Medium :
Ivory
Curiosities  - Three Japanese ‘Bachi’ - Japan, 19th cent 19th century - Three Japanese ‘Bachi’ - Japan, 19th cent  - Three Japanese ‘Bachi’ - Japan, 19th cent
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Three Japanese ‘Bachi’ - Japan, 19th cent

Does it get more elegant? A set of three Japanese carved ivory 'Bachi'. A Bachi is a plectrum used to play the 'Shamisen', an instrument with three strings, also used by Geishas in teahouses. The delicate shape of a gingkoleaf. 19th century. For sale only in EU. On custom made stands. Sizes: 22cm high, 7,5cm wide (max) / 22x9cm (max) / 19x9cm (max)

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Depends upon the type of object.
For non fragile objects we offer free shipment by post to maximum cost of 40 euro at the risk of the buyer.
For fragile and/or large/heavy objects we recommend the buyer to work with a shipping company at his cost.

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