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Exquisite Pair of Museum Quality Japanese Cricket Cages

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Sculpture: Pre 1800   item# 626546 (stock# R69)

Exquisite Pair of Museum Quality Japanese Cricket Cages
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Japanese Art Site
917-675-1369


$11,500 

Pair of Important 18th Century Edo Period Cricket Cages of museum quality, made for upper class or royalty. They are exceptional in every way. The Bamboo bars and Mother of Pearl inlay are of the finest Japanese craftsmanship, as are the Wisteria wood cases and red lacquered feet. Work like this is extremely rare and highly treasured in Japan. This is a unique opportunity to own an extraordinary work of Japanese art. 9 inches (23cm) tall x 8.25 inches (21cm) wide x 5.75 inches (14.5cm) deep. From a widely renowned and published collection that has been exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum and Japan Society.


Rare Japanese Edo Period Silver and Gilt Hair Pin

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Metalwork: Pre 1900   item# 1146121 (stock# R101)

Rare Japanese Edo Period Silver and Gilt Hair Pin
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Japanese Art Site
917-675-1369


$10,500 

Rare Japanese Edo Period Silver and Gilt Hair Ornament. Sterling and 999 pure Silver and Gilt hair ornament of magnificent quality made for an Oria, the highest class of geisha, featuring a crane in flight with flowers and branches and tassels. Presented on a museum presentation stand. 14 long x 6 wide x 10.5 inches high with base, 35.5 x 15.25 x 26.5 cm.


Fine and Rare 18th Century Japanese Noh Theater Robe

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Textiles: Pre 1800   item# 697426 (stock# R208)

Fine and Rare 18th Century Japanese Noh Theater Robe
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Japanese Art Site
917-675-1369


$9500 

A important Rare 18th Century Noh Theater Robe. This extraordinary silk embroidered example of a summer production Noh Robe has a design of Wisteria, Fans and Ropes, and exquisitely captures the art of Noh. 63.5 inches (161.5cm) height x 52 inches (132 cm) width. Excellent Condition. From a prominent and widely exhibited collection.


Spectacular 19th Century Japanese Bamboo Ikebana Basket

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Baskets: Pre 1900   item# 1233042 (stock# 0658)

Spectacular 19th Century Japanese Bamboo Ikebana Basket
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Japanese Art Site
917-675-1369


$7000 

Spectacular 19th Century Japanese Bamboo Ikebana Basket. A real masterpiece. 39.5 inches (100cm) tall, 11 inches (28cm) wide.


16th Centruy Daimyo Fans, Lacquer and Mother of Pearl

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Lacquer: Pre 1700   item# 1001166 (stock# R3)

16th Centruy Daimyo Fans, Lacquer and Mother of Pearl
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Japanese Art Site
917-675-1369


$6500 

Pair of 16th Century Japanese Daimyo Ceremonial Fans (Gumpi) of carved wood, negaro vermillion lacquered, and raden work inlaid mother of pearl. These incredibly rare master works would embrace any important collections of the period. Very rare works of art from the Samurai world. We are amazed by the beauty and artistic presence of them. They were also used in Daimyo processions all through the Edo Period. 19 inches, 48 cm.


Large Rare Albumin Photo of a Young Foreigner ca.1860

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Pre 1900   item# 828881 (stock# R100)

Large Rare Albumin Photo of a Young Foreigner ca.1860
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Japanese Art Site
917-675-1369


$6500 

An extremely rare late Edo Period (circa 1860) Japanese albumin hand tinted photograph of a young foreigner dressed in a samurai's clothes. The art of portrait photography was brought to Japan in the late Edo Period by European photographers who first introduced photography to the Japanese. Westerners were fascinated by Japanese style and culture. They dressed up as Samurai and Geisha to pose for a photographic portrait. This early piece is a rare find for the photography collector. It is of artistic and historic importance. Image size: 41 x 18 inches, 104 x 46 cm.


Unique Pair Japanese Painted Chinese Pig Skin Trunks

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Paintings: Pre 1910   item# 1031104 (stock# R021)

Unique Pair Japanese Painted Chinese Pig Skin Trunks
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Japanese Art Site
917-675-1369


$5400 

A most unique pair of Chinese Pig Skin Trunks, obviously painted by a Japanese screen artist who made these wonderful decorative, rare creations, featuring a marvelous crane and flowers painted in the Japanese style. Late 19th to early 20th Century. 22w x 9.5h x 13.5d inches, 56 x 24 x 34 cm.


Very Rare 19thC. Japanese Woven Bamboo Tea Ceremony Box

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Baskets: Pre 1837 VR   item# 697725 (stock# R65)

Very Rare 19thC. Japanese Woven Bamboo Tea Ceremony Box
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Japanese Art Site
917-675-1369


$5400 

An unusual and important early 19th Century Edo Period Woven Bamboo Tea Ceremony Box. This unique work of art is the only one we have seen like this. Expertly woven bamboo accented with a large bamboo handle. A rare find for the serious Japanese basket collector. Wonderful color and patina. You are not likely to see another on the art market. 17.5 inches (44.5 cm)h x 12 inches (30.5 cm)w x 10 inches (20.5 cm)d. Excellent Condition. From a prominent and widely exhibited collection.


Rozashi Technique Embroidered Panel of Asakusa Temple

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Textiles: Pre 1920   item# 1001193 (stock# R8)

Rozashi Technique Embroidered Panel of Asakusa Temple
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Japanese Art Site
917-675-1369


$5100 

Japanese Needle Work Rozashi Technique Embroidery of the Interior of Asakusa Temple. Rozashi is embroidery using silk canvas and silk thread. A picture is created and outlined on the canvas and comes alive with the thread and stitching. The difference between Rozashi and other forms of embroidery is the use of the silk canvas called "Ro". The "Ro" is a special, uniquely woven fabric. Common embroidery stitching technique utilizes threading through holes but Rozashi stitching must always be straight and can never be diagonal. This is an amazing masterwork, inspired by an Eisho Narazaki (1864-1936) wood block print. Frame: 22 x 17 inches, 56 x 43 cm; Embroidered Panel: 17.5 x 12.75 inches, 44.5 x 32.5 cm.


17th Cty. Ema from the Tensho Shrine Dated Oct. 7, 1695

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Folk Art: Pre 1700   item# 760990 (stock# 0163)

17th Cty. Ema from the Tensho Shrine Dated Oct. 7, 1695
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Japanese Art Site
917-675-1369


$5000 

Very Fine and Beautifully Rendered Hono Ema from the Tensho Shrine, dated October 7, 1695. The inscription reads Mikawa Province (modern day eastern Aichi Prefecture), Tomifuku-gun ('county'), Oshiro Mountain. While the wealthy would often give a horse as a gift to a Shinto shrine, the common person would give a Hono Ema (literally 'gift horse picture'). These plaques are then left hanging up at the shrine for the gods to see. This is a rare and museum quality work of Japanese Folk Art from the collection of a renowned author on and collector of Asian art. 23.5 x 16.5 inches, 60 x 42 cm.


Very Fine Edo Period Tobacco Box, Pipe and Holder w/Box

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Netsuke and Related: Pre 1837 VR   item# 761209 (stock# 0168)

Very Fine Edo Period Tobacco Box, Pipe and Holder w/Box
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Japanese Art Site
917-675-1369


$4500 

Very Fine and Rare Edo Period Sagemono Tobacco Pipe Set from the collection of a renowned author on and collector of Asian art. Kiserutsuzu (pipe holder) of boxwood in the form of Ashinaga, an exquisitely carved elongated standing figure; Kiseru (pipe) of bamboo, steel and copper; Tonkotsu (tobacco box) of boxwood and teak in the form of Daruma with a large movable head and open mouth clasping an Ojime (sliding button) of ivory in the form of a skull. Original Box. Probably the finest pipe set you will see offered for sale. Holder: 8.25 inches, 21 cm; Pipe: 7.75 inches, 19.75 cm long; Tobacco Box: 4.75h x 3.25w inches, 12h x 8.25w cm. Excellent Condition. Compare to the similar piece in The Netsuke Collection of the Peabody Essex Museum, page 146, and we're sure you'll agree that this one is much finer than even that fine piece from one of the foremost collections.


19th C. Black and Gold Flower and Foliage Lacquer Box

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Lacquer: Pre 1900   item# 897088 (stock# R276)

19th C. Black and Gold Flower and Foliage Lacquer Box
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Japanese Art Site
917-675-1369


$4300 

19th Century Meiji Period Black and Gold Lacquer Box. Features a stunning design of wonderful lacquer techniques. Though large it is very delicate in its presentation of leaves, flowers and branches. 13.75w x 11d x 6h inches, 35w x 28d x 15h cm.


Very Fine Japanese Intricately Carved Ivory Box

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Ivory: Pre 1900   item# 653567 (stock# R59)

Very Fine Japanese Intricately Carved Ivory Box
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Japanese Art Site
917-675-1369


$2750 

Very Fine Japanese Meiji Period (circa 1880) Intricately Carved Ivory Box with swirling Clouds and Dragons with inlaid eyes. In a circular form with extraordinarily detailed carving. This piece is of the finest quality, a masterpiece of Meiji Ivory carving. 3.5 inches (9cm) height, 3.75 inches (9.5cm) diameter.


Museum Quality Japanese Basket by Kosuge Chikudo

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Baskets: Pre 1920   item# 834740 (stock# L009)

Museum Quality Japanese Basket by Kosuge Chikudo
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Japanese Art Site
917-675-1369


$2400 

Museum Quality Japanese Basket by Kosuge Chikudo. The highly regarded master Chikudo's baskets are in museums in Japan. This very fine, masterful example of his work is a rare find for the serious Japanese basket collector. 17 inches (43cm) high x 9 inches (23cm) wide.


Fine Japanese Okimono of a Parasol, Ivory and Willow

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Okimono: Pre 1900   item# 833407 (stock# R66)

Fine Japanese Okimono of a Parasol, Ivory and Willow
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Japanese Art Site
917-675-1369


$2350 

Mid to late 19th Century Willow Wood and Ivory Okimono sculpture of a Parasol. This wonderful work of art is a creation of masterful workmanship. The parasol is a cultural symbol, seen in every medium of Japanese art. 8 inches (20cm) high x 7 inches (18cm) wide.

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