Featuring a lacquer ojime of Daruma. Metal tubes for cord to slide through. Signed on reverse side. Very good condition with some wear. Late 19th century. Highly magnified photo shows a fiber going across bead. Please ignore. Return privilege providing item returned in sent condition within 3 days of having received item. Postage/insurance extra. Sales tax collected in New York state unless valid tax number and resale certificate provided.
Featuring a very nice antique Chinese 7" monochromatic Mandarin Yellow vase. Excellent condition but with minor flea bites around foot, possibly in the making. Minor area of scratches on side. Satisfaction guaranteed or money back providing item returned in send condition, within 3 days of receipt and the way it was packed. Postage insurance extra. Sales tax charged if sold in NY state unless valid resale tax number provided and form.
A fine antique Chinese intricately carved fan. With many tiers of differently carved designs. Silk tassel and silk ribbon running through the fan. Probably bought on the grand tour at the turn of the century by socialite. From fine old family of local estate. Perfect condition. No damages. 7 " high. When open,about 12" wide. Postage insurance extra. Satisfaction guaranteed providing item returned in sent condition within 3 days of having been received and the way it was packed. Sales t ...click for details
Featuring an early, rare and wonderful Japanese studio porcelain vase with a crane standing amongst grasses on a brown pottery like glaze background. Signed in blue, Makuzu Kozan, on porcelain plaque. Excellent condition, but with a tight age hairline in glaze on side/top edge which carries into the interior. Very hard to see and would not know it is there unless told and looking with magnification under strong light.More photos available if requested. Measures about 5 3/4" tall x 4.5" ...click for details
Featuring a fine Meiji era Satsuma 7.5" plate with image of a samurai in a landscape with buildings in the distance and a crowd of figures. The rim is minutely decorated with polychrome flowers and five reserves with various flowers. Signed in gilt and impressed marks for Kinkozan. The scene depicts Act 2 from Chusengara. Chusengara is the story of the samurai that kill themselves to defend the honor of their lord, a very famous story in Japanese history, an uncommon motif on Satsuma. This ...click for details
Featuring a fine, rare, adorable antique French Quimper art pottery covered jar, or pot de creme with a very early Quimper mark for Henriot Quimper, AR H. Fine fruit finial on lid. Molded rings on either side of jar. Lovely hand painted yellow, blue and green flowers/colors. Very good condition with 2 minor glaze chips on cover(one under the rim) and 4 on the base top rim. Dates to the late 19th century. Measures 3 1/4" high x 2 1/2" in diameter. Return privilege providing item retu ...click for details
Featuring a charming Meiji Japanese elephant ivory carving of a man blowing a conch shell. Dates circa 1900. Measures 2 1/4" high and 1 1/4" wide. Nice wooden stand included. Near mint condition. One tiny chip on bag at foot as shown in photo, hardly noticeable. No other chips, cracks, damages, restorations. Satisfaction guaranteed or full refund providing item returned in sent and same packaged condition. Postage/insurance extra. Sales tax charged if sold in New York state unless vali ...click for details
Featuring an antique Japanese netsuke depicting Kintaro, the strong boy, fighting a wolf while a chicken on an open work woven basket watches. There is a lot going on in this tiny little piece! Unsigned. 19th century. Dimensions: 1. 25" wide x 1 1/8" high x 3/4" deep. Excellent condition! No chips, cracks, damages or restorations. Satisfaction guaranteed or money back. Return privilege providing item returned within 3 days of receipt in sent condition, and the way it was packed i ...click for details
Featuring a fine pair of George III sterling silver berry spoons. Classic form: raised repouse fruit and steaming leaf design on slightly gold washed bowls. One spoon dates to 1799, the other to 1805. Excellent condition. With lion passant for England, sterling duty mark with King George III, leopard head for London, date marks K and D, and makers makr on one spoon, WF, which may be William Frisbie. See photos. The elegant sterling berry spoons with long tapering handles measure 8 3/4" long ...click for details
Featuring an 8" scalloped all hand painted plate with ornate fancy brushed gold boarder, and a spray of goose berries and leaves. Exquisitely painted, this was a fashionable craft for talented ladies to do in the United States at the turn of the 20th century. The artist's initials are seen at the base of the branch,"I.M.H." and on the reverse, the initial "H". There is no maker's mark for the type of porcelain it is, which is surprising, but it is obviously a L ...click for details