Chokin Art is a form of metal engraving that comes from Samurai times in Japan. Gilded with silver and gold, the engravings were originally created to decorate the armament of the Samurai warriots.
This plate is for decorative purposes only and must not be used with food.
This small plate features Osaka Castle surrounded by cherry blossom flowers, etched in 24kt gold. The borders of the plate are painted black on black, with a criss-cross gold motif. On the back of the plate is a brief explanation of Chokin Art
POSTNET TO POSTNET: R99
Chokin 24kt gold of Osaka Castle
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