Utagawa Harumitsu (active 20th century)
Size:Length 26.4cm Height 19.6cm
From a collection of prints in Osaka Japan.
Utagawa Harumitsu follows in the same lineage as Kuniyoshi and Hiroshige where the depiction of commmon landscapes and imagery were essential for the people of Edo Japan, centered in the feudal and imperial capitals. This work is based on a famous image often done in the style known as Otsu-e which became popular during the Edo period (1610-1868)...
Edo Period, c. 18th century or later
Size: Length 17cm Width 15cm Height 24cm
From the Sargent collection of East Asian Ceramics, Los Angeles.
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Mid Edo Period
Size: Diameter 26.4cm Height 11.5cm
From the collection of one of the United States' oldest Asian art and antique shop established in 1879.
Size:Length 28cm Width 20cm Height 19.6cm
From the collection of one of the United State's first Asian art shops founded in 1879.
Overall condition: Bottom has scratches, the plates used for the set has wear and chips. The boxes also have wear and the lacquer has aged.
Early Edo Period c. 1650
Size:Diameter 11.5cm Height 14cm
From the N.J. Sargent collection of East Asian Ceramics. Displayed at an exhibition in Los Angeles in 1916. Was part of the collection of a noted shop dealing in Asian Art founded in 1879.
Edo Period, c. 1750
Size:Diameter 18.5cm Height 12cm
Originally part of the Tokiyori Collection of N.J. Sargent. Displayed in Los Angeles in 1916. Also from the collection of one of America's first East Asian art and antique shops founded in 1879.
Edo Period, c. 1775
Size: Length 7cm Width 7cm Height 19cm
From the N.J. Sargent Collection of East Asian Ceramics, Tokiyori Collection. Displayed in Los Angeles in 1916. From a noted antiques firm in San Francisco founded in 1879.
c. 1750, Mid Edo Period
Size: Diameter 17cm Height 22.5cm
From the collection of East Asian Ceramics of N.J. Sargent, Tokiyori Collection. The collection was exhibited in 1916 at the Museum of History and Science in Los Angeles.
Signed Shigeetsu or Keietsu
Size: Diameter 6.7cm Height 7cm
From the collection of a noted San Francisco antiques store founded in 1879.
Goshu Hikone zumi,Mogarashi Nyudou Souse
Late Edo Period
Size: Length 6cm Height 7cm
Early to Mid Edo Period
Size: Length 8cm Height 8.5cm
From a Japanese collection
Size: Diameter 10cm Height 2.5cm
Comes with silk shifuku pouch and original tomobako.
Edo to Meiji Period
Size: Width 4.0 " Length 7.3" Height 1.2 "
Done in leather with polychrome lacquer, the front image is a foreigner (nanbanjin) with his dog.A simple bead as the ojime and the netsuke is a shell shape which was gilded with gold in its past.
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Edo to Meiji Period
Size: Diameter 0.5" Height 0.75"
From a San Francisco Colletion of Netsuke.
Size:Length 35cm Width 27cm Height 21cm
East Coast estate of Meiji Japanese arts.
Condition: The lacquer on the bottom part of the foot of the box is peeled and a corner of the box. A crack is seen on one of the panels of the lid and the hinges need new nails for reinforcement.
Size: Diameter 7" Height 4.5"
From a San Francisco Collection of Japanese antiques
Finely crafted with intricate work depicting luohans,various deities, and women engaged in leisurely activities. The bottom of the haisen contains the mark reading Satsuma Hododa and the maru ni ju no ji mark of the Shimazu from Satsuma.
Dai Nippon Meizando
Size: Height 10" Dimeter 4.5"
From a San Francisco Estate of Japanese antiques.
Overall Condition: No damages, cracks, or other issues found on the piece. Final inspection will be done prior to purchase.
Sold, Thank You. Yokohama, Japan
Contains the Mark of Makuzu Kozan
Size: Height 20cm
From an East Coast estate of Japanese antiques.