Unique , high quality Bronze bird ( pheasant) Okimono ( object ) by Kobayashi Hisatoshi. Very attractive and rare item.
Both bird sculptures and an original wooden box are signed by the maker.
The item is in a good condition with only minor abrasions due to the age .
Bigger bird 40cm x11cm H 22.5
Smaller bird 28.5cm x 10cmx H 9cm
Weight :4.22kg for 2 birds
This is an antique Japanese clothing chest or 2 section Isho tansu from Middle Meiji period ( 1880's - 1890's) . The dimensions are 41.75 inches tall , 35.5 inches wide and 16.25 inches deep. Constructed of Kiri ( paulownia ) wood
This is a 2 section antique Japanese kimono chest called Kanto Kasane Tansu. It measures 40.75 "tall, 37" wide, 16.5" deep. Made entirely of Paulownia wood (Kirinoki), it has a secret box hidden behind the lower drawer hidden behind the hinged door on the lower right corner of the piece.
The iron fittings were all hand made and original. Its age is from the 1880's to 1890's (mid Meiji era).
This is an antique Japanese clothing chest or 2 section Isho tansu from Middle Meiji period ( 1880's - 1890's) . The dimensions are 47 inches tall , 45.25 inches wide and 17.5 inches deep. Constructed of Kiri ( paulownia ) wood. The iron fittings were entirely hand made including the Mokko style handle pulls. There is a hinged door that hides 2 small drawers.
This is an antique Japanese clothing chest or 2 section Isho tansu from Middle Meiji period ( 1880's - 1890's) . The dimensions are 47.25 inches tall , 45.5 inches wide and 17.5 inches deep. Constructed of Kiri ( paulownia ) wood. The iron fittings were entirely hand made including the Mokko style handle pulls.
Two unique Upholstered Barstools H44" x W 19"
This is an authentic antique Japanese merchant chest called Choba Tansu that measures 67.13" high by 36.25" wide by 15.25" deep. . It was made using Cypress (Hinoki) and Cryptomeria (Suginoki) woods and its age is from the 1880's to 1890's (mid Meiji era).
The Choba Tansu was used by merchants and was traditionally displayed prominently in shops to impress customers. These chests display elaborate metal hardware that is meant to make it look important and catch the eye of the customer...
This is a 2 section authentic antique Japanese stacking chest called Tohoku Kasane Tansu. It is made entirely of Kiri (Paulownia) wood. The quality of craftsmanship and attention to detail makes this piece a unique treasure to own and use. It measures that 44.75" tall, 38.25" wide, 17.75" deep.
The age of this tansu is circa 1880's to 1890's from the mid Meiji era. The hardware was entirely hand made and it features the raised tea leaf design on the corners of each drawer.
This is a vintage Japanese 2 section Cha Tansu made of Tamo (Japanese Ash) in the front, Horse Chestnut (Tochinoki) for the case, and Paulownia wood (Kirinoki) for the drawer backs. It measures that 57.75" tall, 34.25" wide, 13.25" deep. Typically used in the guest entertaining room of the house. The shallow dimension of this tansu allows for placement in even the most narrow of hallways or entryways.
This settee with its wonderful tall and wide back gives it such an elegant look, and with its elaborate stretchers and cabriole legs that are painted green with gilt detail of a floral and shell motif it’s a great accent piece in a room and would make a statement. . (Covered in its original fabric). Size: 46” high x 68” wide x 27” deep
This is a 2 section kitchen chest called Mizuya Tansu that comes from the Kansai region of Japan. It measures 65" tall, 59.25" wide, 16.75" deep. It was constructed using Cypress (Hinoki), Zelkova (Keyaki), and Cryptomeria (Suginoki) woods. Originally kept in an old Japanese farm home, it was used to store dishes, pots of water, and eating utensils.
It would make a great statement in any room of the house as well as functionality as a storage unit.
This is a very nice Spanish Breakfast Table from the middle part of the 20th century made from solid and thick pine, consisting of a massive rectangular top sitting upon a pair of harp shaped legs connected to each other thanks to a straight stretcher providing stability and sturdiness. Note minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1950. Dimensions 32"high/ 60"long/ 22 ½"deep.
Great suite of matched armchairs and also upholstered well.
Estate of Yolande Fox, Georgetown, Washington, DC
Having turkey brown and black paint. Distressed surface
This is a massive middle part of the 20th Century Spanish Cabinet made from solid and thick pine consisting of a flat molded cornice sitting upon a straight and majestic facade featuring a total of four paneled with chocolate pattern doors, all mounted with wrought iron hinges and revealing two large compartments. The upper compartment is offering a couple of shelves while the bottom one is very large and spacious. Several minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1940...
Gendarme French leather Club chairs are like Mustache backed pairs, kind of the quintessential Club chair style. The derive their name from the French policemans' hat at the turn of the century, which was in turn inspired by Napoleons famous hat. This pair was restored 20+ years ago by our main upholsterer in France and they bought them back from the couple years later. A testimony to the quality of their work that they buy it back when offered. They sit sumptuously, just perfect really...
Good pair of reproduction armchairs.
Philip and Kelvin Lavern Chinoiserie Coffee Table, 1960s. 17" high x 47 1/2" wide x 23 1/2" deep. Purchased in the 1960s with only one owner. Pewter, bronze, and brass top with acid etched decoration of figures. Brass Legs with arched supports. Signed on top by Philip and Kelvin Laverne. Light surface scratches to top with wear consistent with use and age. Sturdy and sound...