Japanese wood panel inlaid with an elegant bronze heron worked in silver, shakudo
and gold takazogan (high relief inlay) perched on a giboshi temple post (the round finial shape is believed to ward off evil spirits) looking down at a kingfisher in flight signed Kazutoshi 一寿 with gold seal Ichiryu 一柳 with a hardwood frame, Meiji period (1868-1912).
The white heron (sagi 鷺) is a symbol of purity, happiness and longevity.
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