H 26 ½ x W 25 inches.
One tassel missing, one sharp central fold bending some silver threads, otherwise fine condition.
H 9 inches.
H 24 x W 23 inches.
Some light stains/spots, consistent with use and storage, otherwise very good condition.
H 28 x W 26 ¼ inches.
Some foxing and other stains, consistent with use and storage, otherwise very good condition.
H ca. 9 ¾ x W ca. 7 ½ inches
A very similar piece is exhibited in the Ikitsuki Museum on Ikitsuki, near Hirado, Kyushu.
H 2 ¾ x W 3 inches
Comes with kiseruzutsu and ojime made of resin
H 3 x W 2 ¾ in.
Nicely worn with an gorgeous patina.
Scroll: H 8 ¼ x L ca. 231 inches. Each image: ca. 6 ½ x 9 ½ inches.
Few minor traces of usage, all in all very good condition.
Diameter: 4-7/8 inches; height: ca. ½ inch.
Image: 29 ¼ x W 21 inches. Mounting: 44 ¼ x 26 ½ inches. Silver scroll ends decorated with cut out peonies on rocks mounted over a sentoku core.
Punch hole in bottom, stabilized by mounting, few small rubbed spots, dent in scroll end.
Image: H 34 ½ x W 12 inches. Mounting: 52 ¾ x 16 ¾ inches.
Very fine painting. Few light stains, pigments slightly rubbed here and there, otherwise fine condition. One scroll end missing.
Silk embroidery: 33 ¾ x 13 inches. Mounting: 66 ¼ x 20 ¼ inches.
Few small holes in satin, some bleeding of color, slightly soiled, all consistent with age and usage. All in all good to very good condition.
Mounted on Japanese, old kiri-wood stand
H 4 ¼ inches
Yamamoto Sosen (1679-1760), Kyoto, Kano School
Painted area: 40 x 17 inches
Overall height 73 ¼ inches
Few tiny worm holes, old very light water stain, otherwise very good condition.
L 82 ½ x H 2 ½ inches
Gold flakes oxidized, otherwise excellent condition.
H 2 x L 2 ¼ x Wv2 inches
Traces us usage consistent with age. All in all excellent condition
Comes with kiri-wood tomobako with inscription.
H ca. 1 ½ in. (3.8 cm); length 2 ½ in. (6.7 cm).
Frittings and tiny chips at opening rim and at foot, otherwise very good condition.
Former collection / stock of Roger Barber, San Anselmo, CA.
Height of zushi: ca. 19 ½ inches.
Chips and damages to lacquer on outside. Condition inside excellent. Handwritten label on back: made in Japan.
Belief in the Kasuga deity was popular in the Heian/Kamakura periods, as it links Shinto and Buddhist deities. The worship did continue into the Edo period.