Japanese Meiji Period Studio Ceramic vase by Genroku with finely hand-painted Morning Glory blossoms, leaves and berries design. It has some gold decorations over colorful enameling. This Genroku vase is in excellent condition with no losses, no chips,and no hairlines. The Vase dates 19th century, Meiji, Japan and measures 8 1/4" tall x 5 1/2" D.
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Vase made and signed by Tozan. It is made in an unusual tone-changing leather-like background with magnificent life-like flower blossoms, tone-changing leaves, a flying butterfly, and a fly over the back.
There is a slightly worn signature of the artist on the bottom of the vase.
7 1/8" tall x 3 1/2" D
Rare museum quality Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) big Porcelain okimono - of a boat with a seated aristocrat man with a gourd and a removable cover in a shape of a roof. It is finely decorated with green, red, gold and blue enamel decorations with Paradise birds and clouds, symbolic decorations over the edge of the top of the boat; the roof is finely decorated with gold and four flying birds on each side. Seated man is finely cast and dressed in a beautiful kimono. The interior of the boat h ...click for details
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) mix-metal inlaid in bronze Vase. The Vase is inlaid with silver, gold, copper, and shakudo . The Vase has elephant heads shaped handles. Both sides of the vase are finely decorated with beautiful gold fruits on silver branches and partially gilded leaves . The opposite side has gold grapes with silver branches and copper and shakudo inlaid leaves. The neck of the vase has beautifully inlaid multi-metal decorations.
The elephant handles have gold -inlaid eyes an ...click for details
Magnificent large Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) mix-metal originally patinated oval shaped Bronze bowl. It has outstanding relieved inlays of silver and gold quails,multi-metal inlays of autumn leaves of various patination (gold, red, and brown), and shakudo and various tone patinated flower blossoms.
The chisel work is exclusive.
The bowl has an original patina. There are no ding, no losses of inlays and no other damages.
12 3/4" wide x 11" deep 7 1/4" tall
Japanese This is a museum quality Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Satsuma Incense Burner with a magnificent okimono of a boy with a scroll and a brush, seated on top of a sphere (as a lid). It is finely decorated with two decorative scrolls - one with a boy and the other one with samurai and a servant. The boy has a finely painted kimono. The Incense Burner has a tripod base with cylinder opening for incense and a sculptural dragon around it . An air release hole is inside the boy's mouth. ...click for details
Very fine Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) very fine Bronze Okimono of Minogame turtle. It is in wonderful life-like position with a raised head and fine details over its feet, tail,and the neck.
Serious collectors welcome.
4 7/8" x 3 1/4" 1 1/4"
Magnificent Japanese gosu -blue Edo Period (late 18th - early 19th century) Satsuma Vase, signed by the artist. It is of an unusual shape with handles. The Vase is beautifully decorated with red Sakura blossoms design, symbolic blue and gold -decorated enameling, and fine painted scrolls around the top of the neck and the bottom of the vase.
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Namikawa Yasuyuki Kyoto style wire wireless and gilded rimmed Cloisonne Tea Jar with an inner cover, on an original wood base.
The Jar has gilded brass mounts; there is uneven green enameling over the interior of the jar and a lid with multiple symbolic scroll decorations. 4 1/4" tall x 3 1/4" D.