H 10 ½ inches
Some light traces of usage in the form of small glaze chips on top of the head, along edges and around the opening in the back. All in all very good condition.
H ca. 7-1/4 inch.
H ca. 13-1/2 inches
Natural stress crack, typical for keyaki wood, few very old chips in the back that were probably already there at the time of the carving, all in all very good condition.
2 old small chips and some fritting on rim, consistent with age and use
L 12 ¼ x W 7 3/8 x H 4 ¾ inches.
Beautiful dark brown patina, scuff marks on the bottom consistent with usage, water traces consistent with usage.
H 5/8 in., L 2-3/8 in.
Very good condition
H 1-5/8 in., W 2-7/8 in.
Very good condition
Painting: H 12 ½ x W 35 ½ in. Frame: H 17 ¼ x W 44 ¾ in.
Minimally yellowed, few wrinkles, some of the green slightly rubbed, black ink slightly smeared on right side, paper laid down with tape along the edges, all in all very good condition.
H incl. bases ca. 15 ¼ inch each
Small chips and losses, one oni stuck back on its wooden base with metal wires, more or less original condition.
Painting: H 51 ½ x W 20 ¼ inches. Total height 79 ¼ inches.
Akamatsu Unrei (1892-1958), Osaka. Studied painting with Unsen Koyama, Tikugai Fujii and Himejima Chikugai.
H 2 ½ inches.
Two scratches on verso.
H ca. 7 inches.
Few abrasions and unimportant chips consistent with usage and age.
Red collector’s mark on bottom.
H 3 -5/8 in.; diameter 3 ¼ in.
Chip in foot.
H ca. 11 x W 10 ½ in.
Tension cracks (consistent with material and age), several scuff marks, painters tape on bottom.
H ca. 9 ¼ in.
Staining of the glaze due to handling, all in all fine condition.
H ca. 3 ½ in., diam. Ca. 5 ¼ in.
Tiny old chip at foot, otherwise fine condition
Cf. Edward Morse, Catalog of the Morse Collection of Japanese Pottery, under Inuyama, where he dates this rather colorful type to 1830-1880.
H 6 ¾ x W (at widest point) 7 ¼ in.
Wear and tear consistent with age and use, all in all very good condition.
H 8 ½ inches
Few old chips, one hairline crack, all consistent with age and use. All in all fine condition.
Provenance: Yamanaka & Co., New York (label)