Ueno (Uyeno) Park
Size: 9.75 x 7.25 inches.
Publisher: T. Hasegawa, from the famous "Night Scenes" series. Hasegawa catalogue No. 1248.
Unsigned and thick paper as originally issued.
Rare vintage anatomical model made of paper. Left arm with blood vessel made of paper string. Showa period, Japan. Hangable on the wall.
HEAD AND BRAINS
Head with cool hairstyle. Brains composed of the three sections.
Made of wood and paper, like a paper-mache structure. Showa period, Japan.
An intriguing burl- wood root vase with rich patina, its form beautiful and uninhibited. The anonymous artist retained the natural shape of the burl for great texture and interest, resulting in a functional vase that looks like a piece of sculpture. This large burl- wood vase is in very good condition with no repairs. Height: 16.5” Early 20th Century, Japan
Evening Cool on Sumida, 1900s-1910s
Approximately 10.0 x 7.5 inches.
Publisher: Hasegawa Takejiro. From the "Hasegawa Night Scenes" series. Hasegawa catalogue No. 1244.
Bears the rare "Hanken Shoyu Tokyo Hasegawa" seal on the verso along with "Made in Japan".
Condition: Excellent with adhesive residue at top margin.
A pair of waraji, straw sandals made of rice straw and cotton strips which are recycled from old cotton cloth. Used but in good condition. The Late 19th to mid 20th century. L:24cm W:7.5cm
Very rare and unusual item. The insteps are made of rice straw, The soles are hemp rope studded with nails, the inner soles have thin hairy animal skin and cotton velvet straps. The strap divides toes inside. The piping is made of cotton. Generally in good condition but not good for practical use. The first half of the 20th century. L:24cm W:8.5cm H:7.5cm
Japanese bending bamboo hanging flower container by Chikuami.
Signed "Chikuami" with an incised signature on the back side.
Measurements (about) : 3 1/4" (8.4 cm) x 2 3/8" (6 cm) x H 8 5/8" (21.8 cm)
It is in good condition.
Skillful elaborate painting with delicate touch on silk with “warped” hard cross-creases, with surfacial dignity (internal resignation) in grayish atmosphere of the Japanese wartime, 1940s.
Sign of the painter but unidentified. Some aged stains as seen. approx. 56 x 41cm (22.04 x 16.14in)
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This is a stone granite Buddha Jizo of Miroku Bosatsu. It measures 19.75" tall, 9.75"wide, 5.75" deep. Literally meaning a compassionate one (Maitreya in Sanskrit), Miroku is a Bodhisattva believed to be at present residing in heaven awaiting the time when he is to return to earth as the next or future Buddha.
The Miroku Nyorai is especially important to the Shingon School of esoteric Buddhism...
This is a 2 section Kimono Isho Tansu that measures 63.5" high by 37" wide by 17" deep from Early Showa period (1920s-1940's). The top section has 6 kimono/ obi tray which slide out nicely also, they can be taken out. This is entirely Kiri wood (Paulownia).
This is a Japanese tea chest called Cha Tansu / Mizuya that measures 53.5" high by 33.5" wide by 15.25" deep. Made with Hinoki ( cypress ) and bamboo. It is made to use for Japanese tea ceremony. It has beautiful sliding doors.
A boy riding a bull from the 10 Oxherding Pictures by decorated by Yano Kyoson and fired at the Kutani kiln of Kitade Chojiro enclosed in the original wooden box signed Chidojin and stamped Kyoson. It is 39.5 cm (15-1/2 inches) diameter and in excellent condition. Due to size the cost of shipping will be accrued separately.
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Fantastic pair of bronze and copper Showa Period C.1935 lamps. Glass on all panels original and doors in perfect condition. Latches all work and very art decor appearance. 10" tall x 6" wide. Ask for shipping quote.
Lovely Buddhist altar offering temple table. Early Showa Period C.1925 red lacquer and copper metal fittings. Excellent condition. 12" wide x 9" x 8" deep. Ask for shipping quote.
Harmony (wa) is sculpted in various forms in deep characters on this large Toban pottery slab by founding Sodeisha member Kumakura Junkichi enclosed in the original signed wooden box made as a gift to the governor of the 1970 Osaka World Exposition. It is 16 x 20 x 2 inches (50 x 40 x 5.5 cm) and is in fine condition...