The size of Each Lacquer Bowl: 4 13/16” Dia x 2 15/16 High. This is fine Japanese Shuiro(Japanese red) Lacquer Bowl set of 6 pcs. Each bowl has fine gold lacquer painted. All bowl has individual separate design. It is made of wooden body. The rim has gold finish. The bottom of bowl has Roiro lacquer. It is made out of one piece wood. These designs are from upper row, Crane(Tsuru), Bamboo(Take), Shidare Sakura (weeping cherry tree), Chrysanthemum(Kiku)-, Bush Plover(Hagi) and Gold Fish(Kingyo)...
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A fine porcelain Japanese Koyto tea cup with a Japanese snow monkey. Dated 1956 and signed “Chikusen”, we are attributing it to Chikusen Miura III, 1901-1990. Measures 2.75 inches.
A large pair ofChinese Han-style stone seals, carved into two growling fu dogs upon a solid slab. The sides bear the worn images of horses pulling chariots.
Size: 6" height, 5.5" length, 4" width
Book The Art of Netsuke Carving by Masatoshi As Told To Raymond Bushell. Hardcover with hard slipcase, published by Kodansha International, 1981. Masatoshi is the last netsuke carver to belong to the great tradition of Japanese craftsmanship. A unique book by a master carver describing himself, his training, and his approach to his work. Chapters include Life and training, Tools, Materials, Carving and techniques, Polishing, Coloring, Subjects and sources, Designs and models...
A limited-edition color woodblock print by the Japanese Sosaku Hanga artist Kiyoshi Saito (1907-1997). Titled "Obakusan Uji (A)", dated "1960" and numbered "38/150" in pencil. Hand signed in black ink and with red seal. Paper with watermark "Kiyoshi Saito". Condition: very good impression and color, laid down at upper corners. Dimension: image: 38.6 cm x 52.6 cm, paper: 45.5 cm x 60.1 cm.
very pretti silk bound wood
Sensational wood fired anagama Tamba Sembei Jar. C.1930. Fabulous natural glaze and organic Tamba markings. Excellent condition. Signed with hank or seal on bottom which we can`t read. H:35cm x diameter:23cm. Ask for shipping quote.
A large Chinese silk satin picture painted and finely embroidered with silk thread, in traditional taste, depicting two figures (probably Scholars) ascending a footpath to a Pavillion shaded by Pine trees in a mountain landscape. The embroidered calligraphy to the top right takes the form of a poem which can be translated as:
"Spring water flows loudly and clearly . . dusk is coming. Climbing the steps and looking at the scene in conversation and laughter...
Funny tribal Indian bronze or brass group of four Sadhus or gods standing below an arch. Reverse with two loops. From a Swiss lady's private collection. Condition: one breakage (photo 6). Dimension: 12 cm x 17 cm.
The size of Kamakura-bori Deep Kashi Bowl: 10 3/4” Dia x 1 3/4” High. About 5/8” Thickness. This is prettiest of Kamakura-bori Kashi Bowl ever seen. The bowl is from Showa 13 th, 1938, 76 years old. It is dated on the back as 1938, April 18th. It has beautiful carved design of Ebisu and Daikoku design with Hoju (treasures). Two are from Shichifukujin (seven lucky Gods.). The both Ebisu and Daikoku faces are finely and deeply carved into the wooden body...
A beautiful antique Chinese spinach jade box all hand made with a wood stand in excellent condition. H:13cm $1300
A beautiful antique Chinese silver rattan bangle with goldfish motif in excellent condition. D:6.5cm $250
A beautiful early 20th C. Chinese silver/rattan bangle with twin dragons chase fire ball motif in excellent condition. D:6.5cm $285
A beautiful early 20th C. Chinese porcelain teapot with people motif in famille rose. In excellent condition. Marked. $265
A dark patinated bronze elephant resting on a open work lotus base. On his back a pierced lantern shaped insert (a later addition). From a Swiss lady's private collection. Condition: fragmentary. Dimension: 13.5 cm long x 19.3 cm high.
"110 105 x 150" (H: 220mm)
Coming from atelier of a retired carpenter in Japan as its provenance.
Probably an unfinished prototype model (but actually perfect), as simple and unaffected enjoyment for the unknown artist (this carpenter? or art student as his son? Never knows...).
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