A fine quality colorful and artistic Japanese cloisonne cabinet vase worked with silver wires dating to the Golden Age. Iris clumps growing in stylized water(a Japanese design often found on the works of Kumeno Teitaro) and various aquatic plants on a cobalt blue background. Much fine work encircling vase on all sides. Unusual extra piece at top with fine silver wire design on top. Greek key design in silver wire boarder around neck. This piece could be attributed to Kumeno Teitaro. Measures 3 1 ...click for details
Featuring a fine Japanese Meiji carving of monkey trainer with monkey on his shoulder peering through a hoop. The man is holding a piece of fruit for which the monkey is reaching. The features of the man are well carved as is the entire piece. The patina is fine and rich which is found on older pieces. The ivory grains are well defined. Dates circa 1890. Dimensions: 6.25" tall x 2.5" wide at base and 2 1/8" deep at base. Weight approximately 11 ounces. Signed with an inlaid red la ...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 charming tortoise shell and gold makie lacquer Japanese one piece hairpin,Kogai, with tortoise and Koi fish design with aquatic plants. 5 7/8" long x 3/4" wide at ends. Excellent condition, with minor normal wear due to age only seen under high magnification. Return privilege providing item returned in sent condition, within 3 days of receipt, and the way it was packed shipped. Sales tax charged if sold in NY state, unless valid resale number and form provided.
Featuring a beautiful, small cloisonne box with fine pink and white prunus blossoms on branches made with intricate and artistic silver wires, all on a lovely shade of robin's egg blue background. The contrasting colors makes a most pleasing color combination. Dates to the Golden Age of Japanese Meiji cloisonne, circa 1890. It is unsigned but can be safely attributed to the artist Goto. See the book "Cloisonne Extarordinaire" by Gerber and Alexander on pg. 104. The contrast of the ...click for details
Beautiful little 3 1/2" Satsuma vase with profuse, exquisite, artistic, shaded lavender-purple and white(raised enamel) wisteria(14 clusters) cascading down on all sides from shoulder with green leaves. Very fine crackle. Lovely shape with small neck. Gilded neck and foot with some no harm wear. Signed on foot with unidentified black characters. Kinkozan quality. Dates circa 1900. Excellent condition: no cracks, chips, damages or restorations. Return privilege providing item returned in sen ...click for details
A fine antique Japanese cloisonne enamel 5 7/8" vase of falcon tethered to stand with red cord. Rare subject matter. Attributable to Kumeno Teitaro(see similar subject matter in Kahlili). Excellent condition! No damages or repairs. Circa 1900. Postage/insurance extra. Sales tax charged if sold in NY state unless valid resale tax number and signed form provided.
Featuring a well worn antique Japanese ivory netsuke of sennin with two shi shi on rectangular platform. Very nice patina.The ivory was probably an old piece before it was carved. Dating to the 18th century. Dimensions: 1" wide x 1/2" deep x 1 3/8" high. Excellent condition. No chips, damages or restorations. Return privilege providing item returned in sent condition, within 3 days of having been received, and the way it was packed if possible. Sales tax charged if sold in NY stat ...click for details
Early satsuma 5 1/2" vase very representative of early designs and colors, particularly the gozo blue, turquoise green, orange, and gold. Lovely work in the lotus blossoms, leaves, etc. Mint condition dating to the late 19th century, c. 1880. Satisfaction guaranteed. 3 day return privilege providing item returned in sent condition. Buyer pays postage and insurance. New York state residents pay sales tax unless valid tax number and tax form supplied.
Very fine well decorated 4 3/4+" small Japanese Kutani cabinet vase with much detail. One panel with very artistically painted herons or cranes, the other with 6 men reading a scroll under a tree. The back
ground with much detailed brocade design and 2 panels with stylized phoenix. Neck and foot with different designs. Much gilding with typical Kutani orange red color. Excellent condition with no wear to gold, which is unusual to find in a piece of this age, dating to last half of the 19th ...click for details