A large Chinese Scholar's Rock The oriented rock rising from a fitted carved double hardwood base .
34 inch tall x 12 inches width x 8 inches depth. Chinese scholars' rocks (Chinese: 供石; pinyin: gōngshí), also known as scholar stones or viewing stones, are naturally occurring or shaped rocks which are traditionally appreciated by Chinese scholars.
Beautiful and rare carved pink tourmaline snuff bottle.
weight :54 g
The size of Bowl: 7 1/2” Dia x 4 1/8” High. The bowl is made by renown artist name, Wada Tozan who created Kotoura Gama(kiln) in Meiji 43rd, 1910. The bowl is in the style of Ogata Korin, Unkin style with cherry blossoms and maple design. It is made of harder tsuchi(material) than Kyoto awata and Satsuma ware. The workmanship is great with open works. It came with Tomobako...
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This is a very elegant carved Buddhist statue of sakyamuni He is serene He is well carved the hair is well coiffed the garment flows naturally from top to bottom coindition is excellent late 19th century
Japanese Bisque Small Dolls, c. 1950. Dolls have little dresses. Condition is worn.
Mysterious Japanese hina doll of exposed wood body with a head made of toso (type of wood composition), with red signature of 'kuge' (court noble). Showa period or earlier, around early 20th century.
Significantly unique balance of plain body and head with elaborate elegant countenance (with tongue). approx...
A pair of old Chinese bronze candlestick holders with Chinese figure and beautiful patina，in excellent condition。 H9" $325
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.
The size of Vase: 9 13/16 “ High x 5 1/8” corner to corner. (250 mm x 115 mm). This is fine Porcelain vase by Miura chicken (Miura Chikusen 3rd). The vase was done in old Ming Dynasty, Kinrande design work with Bengara/Banko glazing(red pigment), intricately painted flower design also used with gold decoration. Both side rings are moveable(Yukan). The vase came with double Tomobako as well as Tomonuno(matching cloth)...
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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.