Six Japanese ceramic figures -- a tori, a garden bridge, a pagoda, a person, a pavilion (?) -- all in the original box and unused, with thin string holding them down. N.d., circa 1930 -- almost certainly, pre-war. Also with accompanying instructions entitled "How to make a Japanese Dish Garden" on a folded sheet. A charming relic, with moderate wear and soiling to the box, which remains nonetheless structurally sound and attractive, with its paper pastedown illustration. The box is 12 by 10.5 by 3.5 cm, and the largest piece, the bridge, is 8 cm long.