Japanese bronze vase with an iris with a bird perched on the leaves and is trying to catch a bee that is resting nearby. The vase contains a seal on the bottom of a dragonfly and a signature, assumedly reading, Tsunehisa. Age: Taisho Period. Size: Height: 14.5" Diameter: 7.5"
Evening Snow at Terajima Village
Bears the Hasui oval seal.
Publisher: Watanabe Shozaburo
Size: Approximately 6.0 x 3.75 inches.
square rectangular and round very good condition
A beautiful enameled Ruyi scepter decorate with dragon and auspicious emblems including bats, peaches and lucky clouds.
A Very Fine Tibetan Prayer Wheel—Very detailed work,
Complete and solid. Fully functional. Handle is fashioned from yak bone. The crown at the top in the form of a lotus bud is of ivory. Lotus bud is crowned with a fine turquoise dome.
The wheel cylinder is of very finely crafted silver and decorated with a combination of Lapis Lazuli, Coral, and Turquoise ...
Tsuchiya Koitsu (1870-1949)
Date: ca 1930s.
Size: Approximately 5.75 by 3.75 inches.
Publisher: Doi Teiichi. Bears the Doi seal and artist's signature and seal.
Koitsu.com catalog no.: TK-DH-153.
Tipped at the top edge to an original unused Japanese Christmas card.
a very beautiful Yixing wine warmer nuan jiu bei
Muto Katei (b. 1910)
Engakuji Temple in Kamakura
Publisher: Watanabe Shozaburo. Bears the Watanabe 6mm seal, indicating an early edition.
Size: Oban: Approximately 15.5 x 10.5 inches.
Condition: Pristine. Never displayed. Removed from original folder for archival storage.
Muto Katei studied printmaking under Kawase Hasui.
The unusual color palette works beautifully in this image.
Tsuchiya Koitsu (1870-1949)
Date: ca 1930s.
Size: Approximately 5.5 by 3.75 inches.
Publisher: Shobido Tanaka.
Koitsu catalog no.: TK-SB-20.
Condition: Excellent. Chipped margin corner.
Fishing Boat Returning at Sunset, Yabase, 1933.
Publisher: Watanabe Shozaburo. Bears the round 6mm seal. This seal was used between 1946 and 1957.
Size: Oban. Approximately 15.5 x 10.5 inches.
Condition: Pristine. Never displayed. Removed from original presentation folder for archival storage.
A rarely seen work.
Chinese peking glass vase from the 1950s. The lower register is decorated with enamel paint depicting red crowned cranes flying and walking. The neck of the vase is decorated with six bats flying in clouds. Top border has Chinese key design in blue. It measures 6" tall, 3" diameter at base. The base is carved with signature.
Chinese Famille Rose Plaque with Chicken Group Signed
It is 17.3 inches (43.25 cm) long by 21.6 inches (54 cm) wide. It is 8.25 Lb.
It is in good condition with no repairs, chips, or cracks.
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Chinese Leaded Crystal Quanyin with wood stand. The Quanyin is beautifully carved. The wood base is carved as a lotus blossom. Base and figure can be separated. Circa mid 20th century. The figure measures 10" tall, with the base 11.5" tall.
A beautiful old Chinese natural purple rock crystal guanyin, in excellent condition. H:7.75cm
Ducai flared vase made of porcelain, Chien Lung mark, Ching Dynasty, late Republic Period, 20th century. Decorated with scrolling vines and flowers with fans, medallions, and other items throughout. There are two geometrical registers that decorate the base and middle registers. It measures 6.25" at the mouth, 5"6/8" at base, 13.25" tall.
Japanese Ginbari Cloisonne Vase from the Showa Period, circa 1930-1950s. Red body with plum blossoms on a branch. The red color used on the vase is known as, akasuke and is thought to be the most difficult color to produce and only the most skilled artisans can successfully produce its ruby red color. To create its color, gold is mixed with a glass like substance and is applied to the object and fired at a low temperature. It measures 5" tall, 1.25" opening, 2" base...
Japanese Ginbari Cloisonne Vase. Showa period, circa 1930-1950. The body of the vase is red with a pink chrysanthemum amongst white peonies with a green orchid. The red color, known as akasuke, is difficult to produce. Only the most skilled artisans can create the rich ruby red color and the transparent element where the motif on the vase shows through the glaze. Excellent condition, no scratches or dents. Manufacturer's stamp on the base. It measures 8.5" tall, 2.5" opening, base 2.75" base...
Two beautiful late 19th early 20th c. Chinese export jade trees with both apple green jadeite and white Hetian jade flowers, amethyst, turquoise, rock crystal, and one coral flower.