For sale is this stunning early 19th century Japanese red lacquer manju netsuke depicting figures drinking tea and smoking a pipe under a willow tree with a background of pine needles. Measuring 4.2cm wide by 2cm deep and in excellent undamaged condition. Worldwide shipping included.
For sale is this stunning early 19th century Japanese red lacquer manju netsuke depicting a flying crane amongst clouds with a background of pine needles. Measuring 4.2cm wide by 2cm deep and in excellent undamaged condition. International Shipping included.
These are five beautiful antique Japanese Meiji period metal kozuka handles with various subjects on them. All measure 9.5cm long by 1.3cm wide approximately and all are in good condition with no apparent damage. Two have lobster, two have samurai amongst blossom boughs and the last one has a floral trellis type decoration. International Signed Shipping £14.95
This is a finely carved Tokyo school ivory okimono of a hunter holding aloft a bird with a small boy and a dog at his feet. In very good condition with just some fine age lines to the man and boys faces. This lovely piece measures 25cm tall by 9cm across the base and is signed Masahiro to the underside. Nice colour and patination throughout with minor age yellowing to the reverse. International Signed Shipping Â£14.95
This is a finely carved okimono depicting a farmer ploughing a field with his ox while his son chases a cricket or grasshopper behind him. I particularly like the rope and harness detail on the ox. Full of movement and character as all good Japanese okimono tend to be and in excellent undamaged condition. This beautiful tableau measures 24cm long by 3.5cm wide and 6.2cm tall. It is signed Shizuyuki to the underside. A great example of its type. Free worldwide shipping.
This is a quality ivory okimono depicting an artist holding a calligraphy brush in one hand and a large pot in the other. The whole piece has been stained and coloured in sepia tones with black highlights which makes this rather a dramatic piece. The angular yet flowing lines of his coat and his stance bring to mind the art deco period - I like this piece very much. It measures 15cm tall by 6.5cm wide by 5.5cm deep and is signed to the base Seisho (or possibly Shizuo) in a rectangular reserve...
This is a wonderful late 19th or early 29th century okimono of Daikoku standing on a pair of rice bales, holding his sack over one shoulder and holding aloft his mallet. Great carved and etched detail throughout the piece, nice and solid in the hand and in mint condition. It is signed Segetsu (Saigetsu) within a rectangular red reserve to the base and there is an old collectors label present to the base as well. The okimono measures 11cm tall by 7cm wide by 5.5cm deep and weighs 395 grams...
This is a lovely Japanese Meiji period ivory netsuke depicting a man in goggles cutting a piece of circular stone. Finely carved with great detail all over. I particularly like the tobacco pouch complete with manju netsuke and kiseru at his waist. This piece is signed to the underside and is in excellent condition. It measures just 3.7cm wide by 3.3cm tall and 2.8cm deep. Worldwide shipping included.
Another lovely little Meiji Japanese ivory netsuke, this one depicting a very happy man grasping a bulging sack of fish over his shoulder and holding a lantern in the other. Nicely carved with great detail, he is standing on a lotus leaf and is signed to the side of one leg on his robe with an inset red cartouche. He measures 4.7cm tall by 3cm wide by 2.5cm deep and is in excellent condition. Worldwide shipping included.