Japanese Meiji Period late 19th Century bronze originally patinated okimono of a Rooster with shakudo and gold eyes and magnificent chisel work over the feathers. 10" tall x 6" long x 3 1/4" deep. It comes with a later made wooden base.
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) six-sided Bronze vase. It has an original patina of dark-brown color on the lower part to reddish- light brown color on the upper part of the vase. The vase is finely cast and is heavy by weight. 13" tall x 8" D.
Japanese Meiji Period (19th century)Tokyo School signed Bronze Okimono of a resting old man with a tobacco pipe in his right hand and a tobacco pouch and case in his left hand, on on original wood base. It is fine cast with beautiful details over man's face, hands and feet. The Okimono is originally patinated with dark, almost black patina. The Okimono is signed by the artist. The signature is on the underneath of the okimono. The original wood base has beautiful patina to wood...
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Bronze Okimono of a pigeon on a wood base, signed by the artist. The okimono has a very fine cast and a beautiful detailed chisel work. The pigeon is in life-like position with golden shakudo eyes. The okimono is solid bronze, heavy by weight and has a silver plate with a signature of the artist over the bottom . 7" long x 5 3/4" tall x 4" deep.
One of a kind very elegant Japanese Meiji Period bronze Okimono of three cranes holding a rock chrystal ball on their beaks, signed by the artist. The okimono is mounted on a wood base. It has a fine original dark-brown patination over fine cast and a very fine and detailed chisel work. Second leg of each crane is hidden in cranes' feathers. 11 3/4" tall x 5 1/2" wide x 4 3/4" deep.
Please see item #1186353 The same type of okimono (a parrot and an eagle) are in the Splendors of Meiji Treasures of Imperial Japan from the Khalili location. Please see the pictures.
Japanese museum quality one of a kind multi-metal Okimono of a rooster on a wood base...
Wonderful Japanese Taisho Period solid bronze originally brown patinated vase in a shape of a chick , made and signed by Nakajima Yasaku. It has no dings, no dents and no losses. 7 1/4" tall x 5" wide x 3 1/4" deep.
Very rare museum quality Japanese Edo Period (18th century) mixed metal brass, shakudo and silver inlaid tripod Hibachi with unusually shaped handles with rings , pierced neck, applied shakudo decorations over the body. There are original age patinated (not cleaned) wire and scroll wire decorations on handles, rings, and the body of Hibachi around pierced holes on the neck. Tripod hibachi has original age patina, heavy by weight, and has no losses. 8 3/4" wide x 6" tall
Museum quality Meiji Period (1868-1912) Japanese Tokyo School big bronze Okimono of a young woman with long hair and two water buckets, on the original bronze base with a seal-signature of the artist next to the left bucket. It is finely done , detailed and originally patinated with dark-brown patina. The hair is detailed...
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) mix-metal inlaid in bronze Vase. The Vase is inlaid with silver, gold, copper, and shakudo . The Vase has elephant heads shaped handles. Both sides of the vase are finely decorated with beautiful gold fruits on silver branches and partially gilded leaves . The opposite side has gold grapes with silver branches and copper and shakudo inlaid leaves...
Magnificent large Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) mix-metal originally patinated oval shaped Bronze bowl. It has outstanding relieved inlays of silver and gold quails,multi-metal inlays of autumn leaves of various patination (gold, red, and brown), and shakudo and various tone patinated flower blossoms. The chisel work is exclusive. The bowl has an original patina. There are no ding, no losses of inlays and no other damages. 12 3/4" wide x 11" deep 7 1/4" tall
Magnificent Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) mixed-metal inlaid (shakudo, copper, silver and gold) Bronze oval-shaped Box, signed by the artist. It depicts a design of a paradise bird flying above flowers, tree with leaves and blossoms. Flowers are made with shakudo, partly gilded copper, and silver. The bird has copper and silver inlaid elements as well. The interior of the box has a darker color of patina. The box has no damages; it closes tight . 5" x 4" x 2 1/8" tall
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Bronze and Ivory Okimono of a woman with a teapot in one hand and charcoal sticks in another, signed by the artist. The okimono is cast from bronze and it is originally patinated with a greenish light-brown patina. Hands, legs, head, sticks and teapot are finely carved from ivory. The okimono is mounted over an original rose-wood base. The signature of the artist is on the bottom of woman's kimono...
Magnificent Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) multi-metal gold, shakudo, silver and copper inlaid Bronze Vase with unusual shaped handles with dragon heads. It has the highest quality inlay work and a light green gold patina. The vase is very heavy by weight. It has no dings, no dents and losses. It is heavy by weight. It has only a couple of light scratches over the sides. 12 1/2" tall x 8 1/2" D.
Japanese late Meiji Period (1900-1910) solid Bronze Okimono of a Japanese dog Chin made and signed by Atsuyoshi, seal-mark Maruki. It has a beautiful green patina. 7 1/2" x tall x 11 4 3/4"
Japanese Meiji Period 19th Century pair of Tokyo School Bronze Vases with relieved sculptures of eagles (eyes are inlaid with gold and shakudo). The vases have original patina. The vases are signed. 21" tall x 12 1/2" wide each.
Top quality fine Japanese Taisho Period 1912-1924 bronze dark-green originally patinated Okimono of Noh-actor with a mask on its face, a hat , a rattle and a fan in his hands. The okimono is very detailed. It is in excellent condition. There is a hand-engraved signature of Shiun. 9 1/2" tall x 5 1/2" deep x 4 1/2" wide