Japanese antique Hemp Safflower dyeing han jyuban.
There are thin stains in several places. However, it has no damage.I will recommend this to your collection.
It is ideal for Good for home decor,wall display,remaking materials such as the patchwork and craft projects and boro quilting and You enjoy it....etc
size:Length 77cm (30.3inch) sleeve to sleeve 125cm (49.2inch)
Antique Japanese small tansu chest made all of kiri (paulownia) wood. The chest is configured with seven drawers of various sizes: 3 small drawers above 2 medium drawers above 2 large drawers. Black iron hardware includes 7 round lock plates, circular corner bracing and square drawer pulls.
Meiji Period (1868-1912)
Dimensions: 23 1/4" high x 27" wide x 13" deep.
Antique Japanese gold lacquer inro vase with birds over crashing waves. Signed. YAMADA Jokasai. Measures 7.5cm x 5.63cm.
Extraordinary Japanese gold lacquer inro with carved netsuke and coral red ojime bead. Signed in gold on base. Wear, very tiny chips as shown. Good condition for age. Measures 6.25cm x 5.31cm.
Lovely oval, hammered brass tray made the the well-known WMF (Wurttembergisch Metallwarenfabrik) workshop in Germany circa 1900. Reticulated rivet-and-strapwork Art Nouveau handles complete the design. 9 1/4" W., 16 1/2" L.
Very decorative French woven wicker gathering basket for collecting grapes for wine making. Size: 30 inches ht. x 29 inches wide x 25 inches deep. Circa 1890. Very nice original condition. Wonderful as a hanging wall display.
This is a Pre-Columbian MOCHE Terracotta Anthropomorphic STIRRUP SPOUT Vessel from Peru, c 100 - 800 A.D. It measures about 2 1/2" X 4 1/2" X 5 1/2" ( 6.4 cm X 11.5 cm X 14.0 cm ).
This is a Pre-Columbian CHANCAY Terracotta Bichrome Zoomorphic VESSEL from Peru, c 1000 - 1470 C.E. It measures about 4 3/4" X 4 3/4" X 7 1/2" ( 12.1 cm X 12.1 cm X 19.1 cm ).
Early 19th century netsuke of a Pekinese dog sitting with one paw raised. Strong early carving resembling Kyoto school pieces, surprisingly human expression on the face of the beast. Excellent hairwork - see its shaggy coat and bushy tail, eyes inlaid with brown horn, wonderful wear and patina consistent with age. Signed TOSUI in oval reserve on the bottom - this rare artist is listed on p. 1181 of NETSUKE & INRO ARTISTS AND HOW TO READ THEIR SIGNATURES by George Lazarnick...
Late 18th to early 19th century netsuke of a reclining monkey with young seated next to it on a mat made of bamboo stems tied together. Humorously carved with their very human attitudes, great facial expressions. Early strong netsuke of characteristic 18th century triangular section, warm yellow patina (darker on the bottom where netsuke was touching the silk of kimono), differently sized deep himotoshi typical for the period, old collection sticker on the bottom, beautiful wear to the surface...
19th century netsuke in square manju (rice cake) shape carved in sunken relief with a Manzai dancer with a fan and a Saizo dancer playing tsuzumi (a hand drum). Saizo dancers are usually attending Manzai dancers during New Year celebrations. Beautifully carved, wonderful detailing, very pleasant patina turning honey color on the back. Central peg has a hole in its back part through which a cord goes. Signed KOSAI on the back - the artist is listed in NETSUKE by Neil Davey (p. 485, number 1253)...
19th century walrus tusk okimono of Shoki the Demon Queller with a sword behind his back, a setsubun box in his hand and a terrified oni (little mischievous demon) at his feet. Setsubun ceremony is performed during the New Year by throwing beans around the house to exorcise the oni. Very well carved, wonderful faces, delicately incised textile patterns. Texture on the walrus tusk core can be seen on the bottom of the carving...
Late 18/early 19th century netsuke of a sitting Dutchman sharing a laugh with a karako (Chinese boy) standing next to him. The Dutchman is wearing typical European dress and hat, the boy is dressed in a robe with wonderfully incised and etched textile patterns, his hair knots are inlaid with dark horn. Strong early carving, material of characteristic 18th century triangular section. Wonderful wear consistent with age, compressed dust in crevices, yellowing on the back...
Handsome sterling silver case with notch sides has a detailed, alternating pattern of incised lines and flat panels. A central vacant medallion completes the design. Gilded within. Difficult-to-find early case size accommodates modern-day business cards. Hallmarks: William Hair Haseler, Birmingham 1911. 2 5/8" W., 3 5/8" H.
A large Pihuamo figure from Colima, West Mexico, ca. 300 BC – 300 AD. This large polychrome male is 8-5/8” tall and is posed standing with hands on hips. He is adorned with a typical headdress and ear spools, with his clothing painted in dark red and cream. Rare type in excellent condition, with heavy mineral deposits on the highly burnished slip.
a rare figuration of embraced couple ,sakalava probably on the corner of the funeral fence around the tumb where there was birds figures and more rarely couples93cm in campher wood eroded buy sand and Wind
looks like love for eternity
Depicting a lady in a sedan chair, carried by four men and accompanied by a clarinet player. The figures are decorated with dark blue and turquoise glaze and cold painted in black and red. China, Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). Comes with a thermoluminescence test by Kotalla. He randomly tested 4 of the figures.
Dimensions: the Srdan chair 24 cm, the figures 21 cm. Condition: one of the carrier has a professional repair to the stand. More pictures available on request.
This is a handsome Buffet Deux Corps, commonly called Vaisselier by the French, made from solid and beautifully patinaed cherry during the second half of the 18th century by the end of the reign of Louis XV. This provincial piece is originally coming from Vendee in west-central France, on the Atlantic Ocean. This stunning piece consists of an upper section featuring open shelves with straight bars to hold and display plates and other crockery...