Japanese Late 19th to Early 20th Century woodblock print by SHOSON OHARA of group of 5 white egrets. Fine color and impression. Some of the feathers are embossed. Signed by artist in lower left hand corner. The paper measures 10 1/2" wide by 15 1/2" tall. The print measures 9 1/4" wide by 14 1/4" tall.
Japanese Edo Period prints (2) by TOYOKUNI III from the Kabuki play, "ICHIJO OKURA MONOGATARI". These 2 may be part of what may have originally been a triptych. Each print measures 9 3/4" wide by 13 3/4" tall each. The prints have been laid down. Insect damage in few areas.
Japanese Edo Period cherrywood carving of a BAKU, the Japanese mythological animal who eats bad dreams. Large and beautiful carving with ivory tusks and eyes. Carved with such detail and expression. Unsigned. The piece measures 23" long, 10" wide and 10 1/2" tall.
Japanese woodblock print of summer girl by Helen Hyde. Very nice color and impression. The print measures 3 1/8" wide by 8 1/4" tall. Stamp and pencil signature of artist, Helen Hyde. Print has been laid down onto silk covered board.
Japanese Meiji Period Bronze AYU, Japanese sweet fish designed vase. The school of fish are beautifully done in relief and have gold and silver inlaid eyes. Signed SEIJO, by IZUMI SEIJO. Comes with original artist box. The vse measures 6 1/2" tall by 10" wide.
Japanese early 20th century bronze rooster and hen. Signed by the artist, OKUNI TOSHIRO on bottom of hen. Comes with TOMOBAKO, original artist box. The rooster stands 11" tall, is 7" wide and 4 1/4" thick. Then mesures 8 1/2" tall, 8" wide and 4" thick.