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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Sculpture : Pre 1837 VR item #1186355
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Japanese Edo Period late 17th - early 18th century wood lacquer Buddhist monk with glass inlaid eyes, on an original gilded two -tier lotus shaped wooden gilded base and a removable circle around his head. The okimono is removable from the base. The monk's face has life-like eyes and is very detailed. It has normal age wear on the kimono and some wear on monk's head, which is appropriate for the age of the okimono. Otherwise, it is in excellent condition. 26" tall x 9 3/4" wide.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Sculpture : Pre 1910 item #1172429
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Big and beautiful Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Imari Okimono of a woman in a beautiful colorful kimono and stylized hair. 14 1/2" tall x 5 1/2
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Sculpture : Pre 1910 item #1164248
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Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) hand-carved shibayma inlaid Wood dark-brown lacquered Okimono of an elephant with ivory tusks; mother-of -pearl and black coral inlaid eyes. There are mother-of-pearl and coral inlays over a saddle, yellow green lacquer over a saddle and mother-of pearl butterfly. The inlaid signature of the artist is underneath the elephant. 11" x 7 1/4" tall x 4 3/4" It has no damages and minimum age wear. There are no cracks and no restorations.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Sculpture : Pre 1900 item #1010574
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This is Japanese original Taisho (not a later reproduction)dark green brown patinated fine cast Bronze Okimono of puppy made and signed by Ryoin whose seal- signature is on the bottom (right next to the fine cast puppies paws). This fine okimono of puppy has shakudo and gold inlaid eyes. It is in excellent condition with no losses, dings or damages. The Okimono measures 6 1/4 inches tall by 6 3/4 inches by 4.5 inches, and dates circa 1900, Taisho, Japan.