Authentically reproduced in the same method as used 350 years ago; Japanese NABESHIMA "Kyo-yaki Kabin" (flower vase)
in rectangular form with a triangular cut in the top; with four raised feet and kiln mark in underglaze blue on the bottom. Floral design. Height is 9.5 inches x 3" x 3".In a signed wooden kiri wood box. Circa: 1960's. Condition is perfect.
Japanese Screen, all cedar wood (Keyaki) construction with Shoji paper and brass hinges. Each panel is 37" in height and 18" in width. The overall length is 72" and the height is the same 37" Circa pre 1970.
PERSIAN (Iran) solid COPPER PITCHER with sharply curved spout, sturdy handle and a Royal scene of Kings and Supplicants bearing tributes of animals; a scene reminiscent of Perspolis and King Darius.
Condition is excellent, nice patina. Height is 13 inches or 33 cms. and the diameter of the mouth is 6.25 inches or 16 cms. Circa 1930's. Purchased in Teheran in early 1960's.
Japanese earthenware TEA BOWL with a stamped signature from the artist ("Ando")with a signed and sealed (outside and inside) kiri wood box. The TEA BOWL has an interesting pale lavender color glaze with stamped designs around the outer rim. Very attractive and would make a nice inexpensive gift for the holidays! 4.5 inches (11.3 cm) x 3 inches (7.5 cm) Condition is perfect. Circa: 1960-1970.
Japnease earthenware TEA BOWL (Cup) with an incised artist's mark ("Hangetsu") and a signed kiriwood box. This strikingly beautiful TEA BOWL has a soft "dreamlike" glaze which emulates marble.
Well potted this would make a wonderful present for someone who wants to actually drink green tea in a Japanese Tea Bowl! Dimensions: 4 5.8 inches (11.5 cm) x 2 5/8 inches (6.7 cm) No chips, cracks or restorations. Perfect condition. Circa: 1960-70.
Japanese, Earthenware Misozashi with Lid and impressed Kiln Mark on base.(6"x 5.5" diameter) There is also brown bowl (3.5" x 6") for the tea leaves after the tea is made; and an off-white tea bowl with a green bamboo leaf decoration. (2.25" x 5.5") All of these ceramics are Studio ware made in the 60's -1970's. There is also a very attractive kiriwood box with handle for the three ceramic pieces. (17.5" in height x 7.5" x 7.5")All in excelle ...click for details
A BURMESE ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR of "Tharba Gate," (looking west towards the Irrawaddy River, built in 1101 for the old walled city of Pagan, Burma. The walls were estimated to have been built around 850 AD. There are "native spirits," one male on the right and one female on the left where people leave small offerings of flowers and fruit. Painted by a neknown Burmese artist, Tin Aung Htaik who lives in Rangoon. SIze is 18.5 x 13.75 inches.
An original watercolor by a famous Burmese artist, Tin Aung Htaik, of a Buddhist Temple in PAGAN BURMA (850-1200 AD) The temple (which has some of the oldest paintings in Pagan) is located in the old walled cityand it's names "Pa-hto-tha-mya," which is "...this Mother of Theravada Temples, so full of beauty without and scholarship within," said G.H. Luce. Looking west towards the main entrance which was facing East. Medium size, 15 x 11 inches. Good condition.