Shima-cho, a sample book of Tanbafu with 50 fragments. Tanbafu is handwoven of hand-spun cotton and pongee silk threads which are both vegetable dyed. It was called Saji momen before and named Tanbafu later. It was mainly used for kimono and futonji. It had been woven in Tanba region in Hyogo prefecture since early 19th century, however it was once disappeared but Uemura Rokuro and other people successfully restored the textile in early 20 C...
Old Chinese Wood Mini-Barrel
This small wood barrel with metal overlay in a scrolled form with a circular plate with a fu lion as a finial. Size: 5-1/2”
This bronze boat’s mast is in the form of a tree trunk and a male figure and a child are seated inside riding the waves. Size: 6-3/4” long
Vintage English silver-plate Bridesmaid handled basket. The basket has an elegant beaded border and leaf repeat design. It measures 6" high to the top of the handle, 9" long and 6.5" wide. It rests on 4 ball feet. There are no markings. Just beautiful!
Vintage James Kent chintz large toast rack in the very beautiful Lydia pattern. It holds 4 slices of toast. There are no chips or cracks. It measures 4" high, 7" long, and 4.5" wide. It is marked Old Foley James Kent Made in England. A great addition to your collection!
Old FLORAL BESSARABIAN FLATWEAVE KILIM Measures 8’4” x 5’8” (100”x 68”) (254cm x 173cm)
This Kilim presents black background with enlarged floral sprays and blossoms scattered sparsely overall within a lavish faded rose pink floral motif border...
Vintage Royal Albert coffee pot in the very beautiful Lavender Rose pattern. It has a very ornate handle with lovely gold accents. It measures 9" high to the top of the finial and 7.5" wide from end of spout to end of handle. There are no chips or cracks and the gold accents are bright. It appears to be in unused condition. It is marked Royal Albert Bone China England Lavender Rose Royal Albert LTD 1961. Holds 1.5 Pints. A great addition to your collection!
Rare! Vintage Copeland Spode large teapot in the rare brown Chinese Rose color pattern. The teapot has an ornate handle and spout with lovely embossed lines, ruffled neck and flower shaped finial. It measures 7.5" high to the top of the finial and 11" wide from end of spout to end of handle. There are no chips or cracks. It is marked Copeland Spode "Chinese Rose" England. A great addition to your collection!
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The finely carved pair of small bamboo lions each one has a baby and a ball. The ball has a loose ball inside and rattles when moved. There is intricate detail in the face and hair. Size: 3-1/2” high x 5-1/4” long
An oblong ikebana basket with wide bamboo strips woven in an open-hexagonal pattern, its handle formed of twisted rattan. This purse-shaped ikebana basket has the appearance of leather, its fine bamboo slats dyed a rich, plum color in keeping with the style of bamboo master Waichisai. The celebrated Waichisai family was greatly known for particular treatments to the bamboo in their finished works, such as the richness of the color dyes and leather-like aspect to the bamboo...
The small censor with a reticulated lid and lion finial with curved handles. Each of the legs are in the form of an animal head. Signed Age: 19th Century – Size: 4-3/4” high
Very unusual 14 inch tall covered vase by Steuben. The vase is amber with Flemish Blue decoration. It is factory shape 3113, but is unsigned. There is no damage.
Steuben Gold Calcite goblet, unsigned with polished pontil. The shape 1955 goblet is 6 inches tall and has no imperfections.
A precious set of “Kakiemon" Imari side dish plates made by Sakaida Kakiemon 13th (1906-1982) during Showa period. The first generation Sakaida Kakiemon (1596–1666) is said to be the first pottery in Japan to discover the secret of enamel decoration on porcelain, known as 'akae', which is a style of Japanese enameled ceramics, traditionally produced at the factories of Arita (Southern part of Japan) from the mid-17th century onwards...