Rare Japanese Edo (first part 19th century) Ko-Kutani Vase with a partly raised enameling, signed by an artist. The Vase depicts a rare scene of Baku, older people and children playing around, a noh-bird, a dog and several mystic creatures. You can see a kirin, tiger, turtle, two shishi, two cranes, a king-fisher, a peacock and a bird within the beautiful landscape...
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Studio Porcelain Vase attributed to Makuzu Kozan. It is decorated with a gorgeous underglazed scene of leaves and flower blossoms within green-grey background. It has no damages and no losses. 8" tall x 5 1/4" D.
Magnificent Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Studio Porcelain Vase by Makuzu Kozan. It is decorated with an underglazed scene of Cherry blossoms on a tone-changing uneven grey-purple background. It has no damages and no losses. 8" tall x 4" D.
Rare style Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) big rectangular-shaped Satsuma Incense Burner (Koro) , signed by Kinkozan. The Koro has a fine decorative pattern on all four sides, depicting landscapes over fan-shaped shields and floral decorations over heart-shaped shields. The Koro has 8 heart-shaped openings (air-release holes) over the lid and an unusual knob. It has no damages and no losses. 5" wide x 5 1/4" tall x 3 3/4" deep.
Very important Japanese Edo Period (18-19th century) Iron fully reticulated okimono of a fresh water Prawn by Myochin. The same okimono is featured in the Jizei Okimono book, p. 71, position 26. The identical okimono of a prawn is a property of the Kiyomizu Sannenzaka Museum in Kyoto, Japan. The Prawn can move claws, antennas, limbs, abdomens, and pleopods. The body is formed of circular parts, riveted together in the same manner as snakes and similar creatures are made...
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) fine wood and ivory okimono of a shimuzen maker with a bunch of stuff around him, on an original rose wood base. The okimono is carved from boxwood; other items are carved from ivory, such as a hammer and some other tools in his hand; there is a three case kodansu and lot of stuff on it, two scrimshawed boxes (one from horn and another from ivory) , a scrimshawed ivory tool for making a shimuzen in front and a beautiful hibachi made with ivory and wood on a side...
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) museum quality sterling silver and multi-metal (gold and shakuda) inlaid Yatate (a Japanese portable writing set) with an original tiny Kozuka with a steel blade and a sterling removable handle...
Japanese museum quality Edo Period Japanese natural- structure wood Tobacco Box with a Tobacco pipe holder. There is an engraved signed sterling silver and bamboo pipe. The Box depicts extremely finely detailed gold ants; 5 ants on the box and 4 ants on the pipe case. The wood parts are in a magnificent originally patinated highly polished condition. The pipe is signed. There is a moon on one side and a mouse with nuts...
Important Japanese Museum quality Meiji Period (1868-1912) shibayama inlaid fantastically hand-carved wood lidded Tobacco Box with a tobacco pipe case and a pipe, signed by Shuosai . It is decorated with monkeys with inlaid eyes and peach tree branches. The inlays are made with amber, ivory, and turquoise. The ojime is made in a shape of a fine carved monkey with inlaid eyes, definitely is original to the box. The tobacco pipe case is made from horn; pipe is made from silver and bamboo...
Japanese museum quality late Edo - early Meiji period gosu-blue magnificent big Satsuma covered Jar (Wine Jug/Pot) with a spout and a handle in a shape of a dragon, and Shishi on top of a lid as a knob. The body the Pot is finely decorated with fine trees and cranes in various positions. There are floral symbolic decorations over wide part of the Pot and a top of a lid. It is signed by Chin Jukan. 11 1/4" tall x 8 1/2" D.
Museum quality Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) large Miyao multi-metal bronze Okimono of an aristocrat with a fan in one hand and a snail on another hand. The Okimono is mounted on an original Miyao stand. It has a magnificent chisel work,fine gilding, two-tone patina,and Miyao signature on the side of the bottom of man's pants. It is 18" tall x 9 1/4" wide x 7" with the stand; 14 3/4" without stand.
Massive Japanese late Edo - early Meiji Period (19th century) gosu-blue Satsuma Vase attributed to Chin Jukan. The Vase depicts beautiful and elegant floral decorations; there is a slightly raised silk -cloth imitation design with symbolic ornaments and sculptural bows over the neck of the vase. The top and the bottom of the vase are decorated with floral designs. The hand-painting is very detailed; colors are bright and beautiful. 12 3/4" tall x 13 1/4" wide
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) large rectangular Satsuma Bowl/ Charger with a fine quality hand-painting, signed by Toyama. The Bowl/Charger depicts samurai in full armor ( samurai armor is partially raised), and a procession of six samurai on the left side, and a landscape with trees and mountains on the background. It is signed by an artist. It is a gorgeous piece and is heavy by weight. 12" D x 2 1/2" tall
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) fine museum quality Imari Okimono of two dancing noh-actors, one with a drum and another one with a fan in his hands. The faces and hands are done exclusively and okimonos are finely decorated. The Okimono is 8" x 7 1/2" x 5"
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) gorgeous Satsuma Okimono / Vase of a Daikoku with a hammer, bag and a rat. The Okimono is signed by Chin Jukan. It is large and is finely done with exceptional details over Daikoku's face and hands. The rat is very detailed, too. 7 1/2" x 8 1/2" x 6 1/2"
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Kutani Okimono of a man with a pipe on a bunch of brushwood. The Okimono is large, colorful and is very detailed. Please see the pictures. The same type of okimono is listed in the book of N. Schiffer Figural Japanese Export Ceramics. The Okimono is 9 3/4" x 4 1/4" x 6 1/2"
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Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) top quality Satsuma Okimono of a man with a crane. The Okimono is very detailed and has a magnificent workmanship over man's face and hands. The Okimono is signed by Chin Jukan. The artist's signature is on the bottom.5 1/2" x 5 1/2" x 3 1/2"
Tall Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Imari Okimono of a woman with a flower. It has fine details over her face, hands, and beautiful colors over her kimono. It has no losses and no damages. Please see pictures. 15" tall x 7 3/4" wide x 5 1/2"