Japanese Meiji Period lacquer compartment box. The small lacquer box has a hinged door and 3 small drawers within. The box has an autumn landscape done in a variety of traditional Japanese lacquering techniques. The box has a small metal handle on top and beautifully tooled metal hinges and lock. The box in done in amazing detail and with great craftsmanship. The box measures 2 3/4" wide, 4 1/4" long and 3 1/4" tall.
Japanese late 19th/early 20th century lacquer box. The beautiful little box is made like 2 intersecting little boxes, one with a florals on netting design and the other with a beautiful landscape. The piece in done in an assortment of lacquer techniques, TAKAMAKIE, HIRAMAKIE, KIRIGANE, NASHIJI, etc. The box measures 4 1/4" wide by 3 7/8" tall and 1 3/4" deep.
Japanese Meiji Period silverplated bronze candlestick. The base is done in the chrysanthemum blossom design and the top is also done in the same design, except inverted. Below the top section is also an area with an etched design. The candlestick measures 11" tall by 3 1/2" in diameter at the base.
Japanese late 19th or early 20th century pair of bronze candlesticks. The pair is made of a variety of metals, white bronze, yellow bronze and shakudo. The base and top of the shaft has a decorative treatment done in the different metals. The candlesticks measures 22" tall, 8 1/2" wide at the base and 4 3/8" wide at top.
Japanese late 19th century pair of bronze candlesticks. The base is done in the shape of chrysanthemum with 18 petals. Beautifully designed and created. The sticks measure 29" tall, 6 3/4" wide at the base and 4 1/4" wide at top. Comes with pair of traditional Japanese candles.
Japanese 19th century carved wooden elephant. This architectural element is beautifully carved from a single piece of wood. Wonderfully carved with great detail and expression. The piece measures 23" long by 10" tall by 5" wide.
Beautiful Japanese Meiji Period bronze vase. Vase was designed in the shape of Mt. Fuji, with a snow capped top done in silver and with pine trees at the base. Made by KANAYA GOROSABURO. The vase measures 9" tall with a 7" diameter at the widest.