E & M Perez Ellen and Michael Perez
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Eskimo : Sculpture : Pre 1980 item #1335159
E & M Perez
$700.00
This beautifully carved group of Narwhals was created by the well known Inuit carver, Isaac Oqutaq ((Ohotaqq), born in 1957. His father, Innuki, was also a recognized carver of Inuit sculpture. The central narwhal has a tusk of ivory or bone, and is of very dark grey or near black soapstone, with flecks and streaks of lighter coloration...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Americas : Latin American : Pre 1970 item #1335138 (stock #571vr)
E & M Perez
$165.00
Dating to the mid 20th century, from 1940-1960, burnished wares of this type were created in Tonala, Jalisco Mexico. Near the larger town of Guadalajara, small pueblos became known for the fine workmanship and charming motifs, with Tlaquepaque and Tonala being significant centers for exceptional pottery. This vase measures 8 3/4" high, and is 4 1/4" in diameter at the base. It is stamped "made in Mexico" in a cartouche, which is a typical mark...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Pre 1980 item #1333661 (stock #566vr)
E & M Perez
$390.00
This print of Mt. Fuji from Lake Kawaguchi is by Tsuchiya Koitsu, the original produced in 1936. It is signed by the artist, the publisher, the carver and has the watermark of Doi, all shown in close up images. It measures roughly 11 1/4" by 16 3/4" and is matted and framed in contemporary materials, though it can be shipped without frame to save on cost. The image is crisp and clear, done in very lovely muted colors, to demonstarte the soft hues of morning...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Metalwork : Pre 1950 item #1304226 (stock #489vr)
E & M Perez
$250.00
Of nice size, measuring 9 1/2", and fairly heavy, this ovoid bronze vase features finely executed designs in the Chinese archaic style, and has a very dark green mottled patina to complement the style. Bird figures are facing one another on each side, and two abstract heads are placed between the sides. The wide band around the birds and mounts are filled with geometric designs in a greek key motif. Unsigned, it likely dates to the early to mid 20th century, though could be a bit earlier...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Southeast Asian : Pre 1950 item #1291702 (stock #458vr)
E & M Perez
sold
Of exceptionally large size, and complex weaving designs, this rattan basket is from the Luzon area of the Philippines, and was likely woven by the Ifugao or Igorot tribes. It is 22" high, 12 1/2" wide, and approximately 10" deep. There are lug rings on the sides, to which a leather cord is attached (cord is broken) and holds two pinkish Chinese glass beads...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1940 item #1283093 (stock #424vd)
E & M Perez
$345.00
Measuring 13 1/4" high x 9 1/2" wide, this porcelain rooster or cockerel is decorated in famille verte colors, with the body of the bird in rich yellow. The detail in the porcelain modeling is well done, with glazes in yellow, brown, and green, with black detail in the eyes. With two impressed marks on the base, it dates to the early 20th century, either late Qing or early Republic. The comb has been broken and reglued, as is visible on the close up photo of the head...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Oceanic : Artifacts : Pre 1950 item #1271763 (stock #401vr)
E & M Perez
sold
Collected in 1944, this dance rattle (known as a vivang), comprised of nut pods (pangium edule), woven fiber and twine, is used in traditional dance ceremonies in the Malakula Islands of Vanuatu, formerly known as New Hebrides. The collection tag is still attached to the rattle, and gives the date and location where it was acquired...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Oceanic : Artifacts : Pre 1940 item #1270240 (stock #397vr)
E & M Perez
sold
Carved of buffalo horn, and with an inset wood base, this Shaman's medicine container, or guri guri, measures 8" high and the base is 3" across. The carving is superb, with fine detail, wonderful posture, and is interesting from every angle. With a very dark patina from age, the horn shows signs of wear on the base, where it would have been held. The ancestral figure sits above a magical beast, with two crocodiles moving around the base, and has a powerful and striking demeanor...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Earthenware : Pre 1980 item #1267165 (stock #386vr)
E & M Perez
$125.00
From a collection of asian pottery, including both Japanese and Chinese, these five miniatures include two baskets, a sake cup, a water dropper and small vase. The white glazed sake cup has a deeper colored terracota clay body and an incised mark, measuring just under 2 1/4" at the widest point and 1 3/4" high. The round Oribe style basket is also of dark earthenware. Three of the other forms have a light ink stamp "Japan" on the base, though is worn on some...