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Tamaya-uchi Hanamurasaki

Size: 36.0cm by 24.8cm (14.17 in by 9.76 in) | Enlargement | Shipping Code: [L] ?

Designer: Kunisada II

Era: Edo | Currency: $ / £ /

Price: ¥ 15,000$ 135.00£ 95.50€ 110.00 [Item has been sold]

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Description: This is a print by Kunisada II depicting Hanamurasaki, a top-class oiran (courtesan) of the Tamaya in Shin-Yoshiwara, Tokyo's red-light district. The print itself is quite scarce, with very little information about it available.

There is some karazuri blind-embossing to the eri collar of the beautiful courtesan, and the colours used in the print are very rich.

There are a few wormholes to the print, and the margins appear to have been trimmed. The extremities are a little worn, and there are a few small stains to the paper.


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