1This is a wonderful Japanese Edo Period (mid 19th century) Hirado Okimono of a dog with a collar with a bell. It is 7” long x 6 ¼” tall x 5 ¼” deep. This Okimono is in excellent condition with no cracks, chips or losses.
This is a very rare unusually shaped pair of deep narrow Japanese Satsuma Vases made and signed by KINKOZAN . They have garlic-shaped necks and very long narrow bodies and wide bases. The vases are finely decorated with scenes of landscape, river-scapes, flower blossoms, and ducks in the water.
The vases date 19th century, Meiji , Japan and measure 8 1/8" tall x 3" in Diameter each.
This is a very rare Japanese unusually shaped red-brown enamel and finely gold painted Studio Porcelain Vase. It has an early Chinese style decorations. It is in excellent condition with no damages.
It is signed by Mezan Kai.
This Vase dates 19th century, Meiji , Japan and measures 5 1/8" tall x 4" in Diameter
Japanese Edo Period nature- created petrified wood root okimono with two parts slightly moving inside each other. When I look at this Okimono I can see a mistic creature with its head down and an eye ...your imagination may tell you something else.
The Okimono is heavy by weight and it measures 14 1/2" long x 12 1/2' tall x 10 1/4" deep.
This is magnificent 19th century Chinese Bansai tree- shaped natural root on a carved rose wood base. The interior of the root has an opening to be used for flower arrangements (ikebana). The root is removable from the vase. The base is made from 3 parts and it imitates bansai tree roots.
The root measures 16" tall x 13 1/2" wide x 8 1/4".
Japanese Sumida Gawa Ewer with a very desirable subject of a low relief of Ibitsu on a big carp with wonderful details. The Ewer has a light-beige- green color enameling over its body and the handle, and brown- green- blue uneven enamel over the interior.
This Sumida Gawa vase is in excellent condition with no losses, damages, or cracks.
It dates 19th century, Meiji, Japan, and measures 11 1/4" tall x 7" D.
This is Japanese circa 1900, signed Studio Ceramic Vase . The vase is decorated with a scene of five men and a woman ; and top and and bottom of the vase are decorated with symbolic decorations with red, gold, and blue enameling.
The vase is signed by the artist.
It measures 7.5" tall x 8" in diameter.
Japanese Tokyo School Bronze and Ivory Okimono of a resting lady with a tobacco pipe in her hand and a basket next to her feet. The hands, a head and feet of a woman are made from ivory. The bronze part of the okimono has an original red patina and it has beautiful ornaments which imitate kimono. The face is life-like. This okimono is a wonderful example of Tokyo School. The okimono is mounted to the bronze base with screws; the base has a signature of the artist. The okimono rests on a wooden b ...click for details
This is a very beautiful Japanese Tokyo School Bronze and Ivory Okimono of a lady with a shimuzen, on a wooden base. Woman's feet , a head and hands are finely carved from ivory. The Okimono is mounted in and removable from the base. There is a signature of the artist on the obi of the kimono of the woman. This rare Okimono has no losses , damages, or repairs. Bronze part of the Okimono has an original brown patina with no losses.
It dates 19th century, Meiji, Japan, and measures 12" ...click for details
This is a magnificent Japanese Makuzu Kozan style Studio Ceramic Okimono of a seated on a vase pigeon with magnificent details over its wings, feet and a beak. The okimono is made and signed by SEIKO and it is in excellent condition with no losses, damages, or cracks. This Okimono dates circa 1900, Japan, and measures 9” tall x 6 ¾” wide x 4 ½” deep.