A Japanese Meiji Period bronze okimono of a mischief of rats

A Japanese Meiji Period bronze okimono of a mischief of rats

Width: 19cms
Height: 9.5cms
Depth: 12cms

Date: 19th Century

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Product Code: LAKP1903

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