This is an authentic, high-quality silver cigarette case from the late Meiji Period to early Taisho Period (early 1900s) Japan.
The front of the case features a beautifully hand-carved Asian Dragon, while the reverse side depicts birds and a Hokusai-style great wave. This exquisite piece of Japanese antique art is a one-of-a-kind item that is sure to impress anyone with an appreciation for exceptional dragon or antique artwork.
With only some light wear to note of, the case is in great condition and can still be used to store cigarettes of your liking. Please see and judge from the photos provided.
It would make a stunning and impressive addition to any collection, and if used, is sure to catch the eye of admirers. Alternatively, it can be displayed as a beautiful showpiece in the home or office, showcasing its unique craftsmanship and intricate details.
Don't miss out on the opportunity to own this extraordinary piece of Japanese art history!
6.9 cm x 8.9 cm x 1.7 cm thick. Weighs a total of 88 grams.
Please note that this item is not eligible for any promo discount at checkout.
If, for any reason, buyer is dissatisfied with any product it may be returned for an exchange or full refund.