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)
H circa 2 ¼ inches, diam. circa 2 ¾ inches.
H 3 ¾ inches.
Some discoloration at lip, all in all fine condition
H 4 ¼ inches, diam. circa 4 ¼ inches.
Inside with water stains (chalk), slightly calcified crackle of green glaze on outside, tiny glaze chip, all in all very good condition.
H ca. 11 ¼ inches.
Abrasions in glaze, all in all very good condition
H 4 inches, diam. 10 inches
H 8 ¼ inches, diam. 3 inches
Comes with original wooden storage box. Inscribed cover: Bizen hanaike with the artist’s signature (Ryushi or Tatsuko?) and seal, which matches the signature on the bottom of the vase.
Diameter 3 in. (7.6 cm).
H 6 inches, D 5 ½ inches
Case H ca. 10 ½ inches; sculpture H 6 ¼ inches
Zushi with a lot of wear. Sculpture in fine condition; was formerly glued to another base plate.
H 3 ½ x W 5 inches
Scuff marks consistent with usage
Comes with fitted kiri-wood storage box
H 2 ¾ inches
Few age cracks (see photos), paint on doors a bit rubbed, otherwise excellent condition. Beautiful details.
H circa 8 ¼ inches.
H 6 ¼ and 6 ½ inches.
Excellent details up to eye lashes and the leathery skin of older people. Some chips and stains and chafes, loss to the old woman’s fur hair. All in all very good condition.
H circa 8 Â½ inches
One old, short glaze crack in rim, otherwise very good condition.
H 9 ½ x W 7 ¼ inches.
Good patina with traces of touching / rubbing on the nose, cheeks and chin. Few small chips, almost invisible due to patina of time, small repair on back in the mouth corner.