A rare Japanese gilt-copper ekoro (censer), the brazier engraved with lotus, the cover pierced with a dharma wheel surrounded by scrolling foliage and the handle similarly decorated. Length: 27.5 cm. Kamakura period (14/15th cent.).
A small pillar mounted on the terminal of the handle is missing.
A pair of Chinese export blue and white dishes of lotus form with birds confronting on a floral ground within a similar border, probably related to a Persian design. Diameter: 17 cm. Kangxi (1662-1722).
One with a small chip to one lobe of the rim at 2.00 and a short hairline. The other perfect.
A Japanese woodblock print of the Dainan Gate, Mukden by Hiroshi Yoshida (1876-1950). Signed in pencil at lower left. Jizuri seal in left margin. Framed and glazed. Image area: 26 x 39 cm. With frame: 36 x 49 cm.
Slight cockling to print. No damage or staining. In excellent condition- as is the frame.