This is a child kimono by a Yuzen process used in Kyoto for Edo period.
As for this, the very detailed design description by the Yuzen process is impressive. As for this, technique by Tsutsubiki Itome is used. As for this, the design of the Noh Noh comedy is a theme. The child of a rich merchant wore this.
This has a small damage in right sleeve front part and the hem front part. And there is a thin stain before a collar.
Size 91cm x 83cm (35.8 "x 32.6")
A set of four bodhi tree leaf paintings.19th Century.Height of each leaf:around 14-15 cm.
Four old Taoist, Dao Gong priestâ€™s wooden stamps representing Pan Hung (Dragon dog) who is considered to be the ancestor of the Yao/Mien ethnic group from Guangxi, Laos or Vietnam. These items are carved from wood, the larger one has a Chinese characters on the shoulder (which I assume was the ownerâ€™s name) and the one with a Tigerâ€™s face has the Chinese character â€śwangâ€ť, meaning king carved into forehead...
Exceptional Late Edo Period C.1860 Buddhist Temple carvings of dragons from keyaki or zelkova wood. Carved in fine relief the the dragons have a kind but fierce expression as protectors of the Buddha`s teachings in the celestial realm. Asarchitectual accents just spectacular. Excellent condition with a nick or two. Ask for shiping quote. 37cm tall by 19cm wide.
Compassionate and serene large stone Sho-Kannon goddess sculpted from fine grain granite and dated C.1820. Her face oozes compassion and her right hand is in the Mudra of Fearlessnes (semui-in) and her left hand is holding a lotus bud. 52cm tall and 32cm wide at the base. Ask for shipping quote. Great condition.
A rare ancient gold ring with a natural quartz stone. This ring is over 1,000 years old.
Antique Turkmen rug with a Tekke garden design in red, black, navy, cream, and tan wool. Good condition, very soft.
19th Century, Stunning Rug.
Size: 52" x 50"
An impressive, four-sided Gosu- blue Satsuma koro with a hammered silver cover of kiku design. Each gilt-bordered panel is decorated with a copious arrangement of flowersâ€”including chrysanthemums, peonies and daisies on a gosu ground, its masterful Imagery rendered in the traditional Satsuma color palette of gold, gosu, red and green enamels. This elegant Satsuma piece is in very good condition with only minor wear to the gilt, indicative of age and usage. Height: 12.5â€ť 19th Century, Japan
Antique Kurdish woven rug with blue, red, yellow, and green diamond design. In good condition, with a beautiful sheen.
19th Century, Bag face.
Size: 48" x 49"
Crafted in silver, this lovely okimono shows three standing rabbits rendered with fine incised work and holding a glass ball "moon."(Part of the zodiac, rabbits in Japanese art often relate to the charming folk tale of the rabbit offering to sacrifice itself as lunch for an old man resting in a forest...
A rare hand carved Chinese peking glass square box. Chinese Overlay Carved Glass, also known as Peking Glass, is a traditional form of art that starts with a one-color glass base, dipped into contrasting colored glass one layer at a time. The artist then carves away portions of the overlaid glass to reveal layers of other colors underneath. It is a lengthy and tedious process that is time consuming and labor intensive. In the old days, glass is very easy to break and very hard to carve...
Portrait of Baisa-o (series of 100)
Tanomura Chokunyu (1814-1907)
Size: Scroll: Length 182cm Width 47cm Painting: 103.5cm Width 31cm
Done around 1862, celebrating the centennial memorial of the founder of the Sencha tradition, Baisa-o. Interestingly, Chokunyu describes on the painting of his reasons to create the set or series of 100 paintings and to whom this work was presented to. Chokunyu was thought to have created other series of paintings such as famous Mt...
Here is an extraordinary ikebana basket by bamboo master Suemura Shobun of Osaka (1917-2000). Using his signature style of finely treated bamboo and refined simplicity, this hanging basket of double-gourd form is worked in a mat plaiting technique, the looped handle secured with shrimp stitching and woven to the body...
An elegant, modified baluster-formed cloisonnĂ© vase with silver mounts, a stylized band of karakusa and phoenix about the body. Ando silver-wired seal on base, â€śJunginâ€ť (pure silver) mark on rim. This elegant and timeless vase is in excellent condition with no restoration. Height: 6.25â€ť, width: 6â€ť Late Meiji Period, Japan
A large four-paneled Hirado porcelain baluster vase with demon-head handles at the shoulder. Heavily carved lappets at foot and neck accentuate the varied treatments evident in the panels. All depict majestic cranes flying over turbulent waves - two of the alternating panels carved in the porcelain, the other two rendered in various gradations of underglaze blue...
A Chinese fan painting by Chen Fu Cang (1906-1984). The painting is dated the summer of 1936 for Mr. Shi Shao Zong. The fan is finely painted with good scholar taste and very good skill. Very good condition. This painting was from the collection of Paul Spheeris.
A Chinese white jade plaque from the Qing dynasty. Good quality white jade. 2.5 inch long. Good condition.