Presenting a very fine Japanese Meiji cloisonne enamel 3 piece teaset, consisting of teapot/cover, sugar bowl/cover and cream pitcher. Each piece is intricately decorated with thousands of cloisons(cells made from wires), from the rondels with iris, wisteria, hydrangea, various other flowers and pinwheels to the thousands of tiny wires in the background and elaborate borders. Green counter enamel on interior. Among the finest workmanship of Japanese cloisonne. Attributed to the artist Takahara. ...click for details
A set of 11 Pickard service or dinner plates with ornate gold outer and inner borders and wide gold scroll work design in between the raised gold. Stamped Pickard china made in usa and number 236-200. Mint condition. No chips, cracks,dings, scratches, damages or restorations. Look like they were never used. No surface wear. Postage/insurance extra. Return privilege providing set returned in sent condition within 3 days of having been received. Sales tax charged if sold in New York state unless r ...click for details
A 5.5" Japanese gin bari cloisonne enamel vase with irises. Signed Kumeno Teitaro. 3" diameter at widest point. Very nice, hard to find shape, with long narrow neck, in such excellent condition. No damages, chips, restorations, cracks. Dates circa 1890. Postage/insurance extra. Return privilege providing vase returned in sent condition within 3 days of receipt.Sales tax charged if sold in New York state unless valid resale number and form provided.
Featuring a small Japanese ivory carving of young girl in kimono holding a basket of flowers. Dating to the early 20th century and signed on underside of platform on which she is standing. Nice engraved detailing in kimono stained brown. Very attractive facial and hair features. She is in excellent condition but appears to have been holding something in her left hand which one can safely assume was a parasol.No damages, chips, cracks, repairs. Postage and insurance extra. Satisfaction guaranteed ...click for details
Featuring a rare, fine sterling silver heart shaped art deco design 3 footed dish signed K. Uyeda 950 sterling. This maker was a fine company in Japan in the early 20th century. Interesting deco design on handle. Measures 6" x 4.5". Weighs over approximately 3.5 ounces on regular scale. Wonderful condition. No wear, damages, scratches, dents or repairs. I recall seeing a dish as this with the Tiffany mark on it. Uyeda may have made special orders for Tiffany, and if so, would make this ...click for details
Featuring a miniature replica of a Dutch windmill with flag. Blades of windmill turn. Dates circa 1900. Excellent condition. Dutch hallmark for sterling on one blade(see photo). Measures 2 3/4" high x 1 1/4" in diameter. Return privilege providing item returned in sent condition shortly after having been received. New York buyer pays their local county sales tax on item and shipping charges unless valid New York tax number and resale certificate provided.
Very fine and unusual silver wire Japanese box, circa 1880 with mythological animals,phoenix,lion, flying dragon. Also, butterflies, scrolls,and trailing vines and flowers, all on a medium blue background. Exceptionally fine work not often found with this unusual subject matter.The underside and interior are metal. The box measures 4 1/2 x 3 1/4" x 1 3/4" high. It is basically in very good condition but there are a few no harm firing lines on the corners (see photo) that can barely be ...click for details
Featuring a fine Japanese cloisonne vase dating to the late 19th century when the best workmanship was done. This artistic vase, is decorated with dozens of yellow centered white mums with many petals(silver wire cloisons), buds, and shaded green leaves(notice one leaf near base with insect hole eaten into it), all on a mirror black background. In excellent condition with no chips, cracks, damages, or restorations whatsoever. Measures 7" tall and approximately almost 3" wide at widest ...click for details
Featuring a rare and exquisite Japanese Satsuma demitasse cup and saucer. All hand painted by one of Kinkozan's best artists in the finest workmanship. The scenes on both the saucer and the cup depict a charming Japanese country home and smaller buildings, mountains, lake, boats with fishermen, and beautiful trees and foliage. Much gold highlighting and border. Cup measures almost 2" high, opening 2", with handle, 3". Saucer measures 4.5" in diameter. Both pieces signed w ...click for details
Featuring a Japanese Meiji napkin ring finely carved with flowers, c. 1900. 1 1/2" in diameter and 3/4" wide. Excellent condition with no damages or repairs. Return privilege providing item returned in sent condition within 3 days of receipt. Sales tax collected if sold in New York state unless documentation provided with sales tax number.