Japanese antique beautiful katazome taisyo-sarasa cotton furoshiki of Flying crane and cloud pattern taisyo era(1912-1926).
It has few thin stains.However, it does not stand out.It has no damage.They are not disturbing, and as a whole it is in very good condition.
I recommend it to your collection.You can enjoy it as a display.
size:Length 76cm (29.9inch) Width 76cm (29.9inch)
An Annan pottery tea bowl for use in the Japanese tea ceremony from the kilns of 15th-16th century Vietnam enclosed in an age-blackened kiri-wood box. The crackled pale glaze is decorated with a band of blue frets about the rim inside, a decidedly modern design of droplets descending in beads down the outside typical of early Vietnamese decoration...
A beautiful necklace made from an assortment of ancient carnelian and some stone beads from China.
Size: 60cm.(24 inches) end to end.
A very and interesting type of Key, called a Swivel key, 17th.-18th. century AD.
The Key can be folded to fit better in a pocket, perhaps during travels.
Size: 11,5 cm. at full size, and 6,7 cm. when folded.
Condition: Choice, still perfectly usable today, fine metal.
Provenance: Birgit og Bent Wolstrup Collection
This intact and dainty Greek Boeotian Greek kylix dates circa 400-375 B.C., and is approximately 2.6 inches high, by 8.25 inches wide from handle to handle. This pleasing little piece has black, brown, and dark orange colors which follows the traditional fabric of ancient Greek Attic and Boeotian ceramics for the period. This piece has olive sprigs painted around the outer body of the piece that have brown stems and black olives...
Depicting a worshipper making an offering to the god Min with an offering table between them and a lotus on the bottom. Late Period, 600-300 B.C. 2 3/4 inches high. From an old Belgian collection.
wooden netsuke depicting 4 karako of 2.
late 18th c
early 19th c netsuke of a diving girl.
no shipping outside the EEC
19th c wooden netsuke of a stone lifter
18th c netsuke of a ducthman on elephant.
No shipping outside EEC
wooden okimono of a rat
An excellent Valdivia stone carving from Ecuador, ca. 3000 – 1200 BC. It is 4-3/4” wide, is carved from the characteristic greenish sedimentary limestone and represents an owl. Good mineral deposits, mounted on stand.
Cf. Klein “The Secret Art of Precolumbian Ecuador”, page 46.
A bold pattern in black runs vertically across the six panels of this large Noren curtain of rough cloth dating from the 19th century. It is 183 x 149 cm (6 feet x 59 inches) and is in fine condition.
ancient gandhara gold bowl
important 16th Century samurai armor.Kabuto signed and dated
"a day of januray 1532" great condition
maedate is 19 th
ask for more pictures
ancient cambodian bronze vajra khmer
A very interesting antique iron Necessaire, European, dating to the early 18th. century.
The earliest of these containers, used for sewing gear, tweezers, a small knife etc., normally dates to the late 18th. century, so this terrific Iron necessaire pre-dates these oftentimes very elaborately made containers with more than 50 years...
exceptional pair of stirrups with 5 silvered dragons inlaid on each stirrup.
nashiji lack inside,
worn and traces of use