This beautiful early 20thC lacquer over carved wood incense container,Kogo, signed by Sunshudai Kyosa has its own original box,Tomobako. Condition:Excellent. Circa:Meiji Period,early 20thC. Size:3" dia. x 7/8"H.
A very fine pair of carved & lacquered panel insets,Meiji Period,each carved in high relief depicting a horned demon with flowing
hair against a background of moving clouds.The fierce demon faces are shown with open mouths,exposed fangs and bulging,mother-of pearl inset eyes. Condition: Excellent. Circa:Meiji Period,1868-1912. Size:7 5/8"L x
4 1/2"H. An outstanding pair of 19thC Japanese lacquered carvings.
A fine Japanese antique lacquer box and cover used in tea ceremony, in stylized blossom form with conforming petals around a checkered central medallion. Condition:Excellent. Circa:Genroku Period,1688-1704. Size:7"DIA.x 3 1/4"H.Provenance:Purchased in 1969,in Honolulu,Hawaii,from Alice Splading Bowen,Oriental Art.(sales receipt included)A high quality Japanese lacquer box for the astute collector.
Title:Black Rooster & White Hen.
Size:Shikishiban,24cm x 25cm.
Condition:Fine impression,condition and colors. A delightful and most sought after print.
Crows,Cranes & Camellias No K 38.6,Cat.121(Fig.)
This very impressive and finely painted scroll was done by a Japanese artist named Misetsu and depicts a large,almost life-like
monkey holding on to a large&well defined tree branch in the mountains of Japan.An exquisite work of art,painted in ink&color on silk in the format of a hanging scroll entitled,"Misetsu suru,Shoka gosen"meaning,"Monkey by Misetsu,Inscription by Shoka." A striking silk painting,superbly executed&highly detailed. Condition:Excellent with ...click for details
This beautiful,small Japanese enameled teapot is signed under the lid
Kutani Shoza(1816-1883),probably one of the best known 19thC Japanese potters.This wonderful teapot is enameled with two beautiful floral windows and one window showing a finely detailed riverscape.The handle was made of old rattan&bamboo and adds to the character of the pot.
Condition:Perfect. Circa:Early Meiji Period
(1868-1880).Size:4 3/4"high(including handle)
x4 3/4"(from end of spout to end of teapot)
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This outstanding,original Edo Period woodblock print by the Japanese artist Keisai Eisen(1790-1848)is of a courtesan wearing a finely detailed kimona printed in a floral&bamboo pattern and two elaborate hair pins.A Kakemono-e vertical diptych showing a Japanese bijin(beauty) probably out for a morning stroll.Condition:Pristine with light wear. Circa:Early Edo Period 1820-1830 and signed by the artist with his seal.
Size:9 3/4"x 28". Framed in a traditional
rosewood frame,this won ...click for details
This beautiful Japanese vase in the shape of
an old silk purse is finely painted with large chrysanthemum flowers in a floral setting that shows a very detailed blue bird in flight.The base is signed Fukagawa Sei,meaning made by Fukagawa,beneath the company trademark of Mount Fuji.
Size:3 3/4"high x 4"dia.top.
This exceptional original Japanese woodblock by Utagawa Chikayoshi(active 1850's&70's)a "Kakemono-e"vertical diptych,is of a beautiful young Japanese woman wearing a
"zukin"and carrying a "bangasa"walking across a bridge in the snow.Circa:Mid-19thC,
Edo Period(dated 1865)& signed by the artist with his seal.Condition:Excellent color,fine state&impression with very light wear.Framed in traditional ebony frame.
Size:9 3/4"x 28".This de ...click for details
An outstanding original Edo Period Japanese woodblock print by the artist Kunisada(1786-1864) of a courtesan wearing a finely detailed kimona and two elaborate hair pins.A "Kakemono-e"vertical diptych showing a Japanese beauty out for her daily stroll. Circa:Early Edo Period(1830)& signed by the artist with his seal.Condition:Excellent color,very good impression and light wear.Framed in a traditional rosewood frame.Size:9 3/4"x 28".
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