Hopi pot with lizard design by Sylvia Naha, good condition. W: 6 1/4 inches, H: 3 3/4 inches
Hopi pot by Rita Andrews. Good condition. W: 6 inches, H: 3 3/4 inches
Hopi low bowl by Marcella Kahe. Good condition. W: 10 1/2 inches, H: 2 1/2 inches
Japanese woodblock print by Yoshida Hiroshi, oban yoke-e, dated Showa 10 (1935), signed in pencil ¡°Hiroshi Yoshida,¡± very good color, impression and condition (void of jizuri seal).
Japanese woodblock print by Yoshida Hiroshi, oban tate-e, dated Showa 10 (1935), signed in pencil ¡°Hiroshi Yoshida,¡± very good impression, color and condition (void of jizuri seal).
20th century Chinese woodcarving of a smiling Lo Han seated on a rock. One hand is resting on his upraised leg; the other is holding a Ling-Zhi. His shawl is loosely draped over his shoulder. Minor repair on the bottom. H: 7 inches, W: 2 ¾ inches, D: 3 inches
20th century Japanese tea bowl. This piece has a blue, green, gray and beige glaze over brown clay. Signed but not legible. Small chips around the rim quite possibly from firing.
H: 3 ¼ inches, Diam: 5 inches
Early 20th century Chinese soap stone brush rest. Carved as a mountain with flowers. Attached stand. Good condition. H: 2 ½ inches, L: 4 ½ inches
Hand wrought sterling silver pickle fork in the classic "Granada" pattern by Old Newbury Crafters. This is among the most sought after makers of fine American silver. Every piece is made entirely by hand. The spoon surface is highlighted with a slight hammered finish. The reverse is marked "Hand Wrought ONC Sterling". The reverse also bears the mark for the artisan who made the piece, Roger R. Rowell.
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