All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1970 item #1407964 (stock #BR360)
Midcentury Modern sterling silver water pitcher. Made by Spratling in Taxco, Mexico. Globular with short drum neck and small v-spout. Stained-wood c-scroll handle with stylized leaf cap and oval silver mounts. Bottom mount encircled with ornamental studding. Interior has visible hand hammering. 1940s hallmark. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 6 3/8 x W 7 x D 5 in. Gross weight: 18.5 troy ounces. #BR360

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Japanese shin hanga woodblock print titled "Kiyomizu Temple, Kyoto" from the series "Collection of Scenic Views of Japan II, Kansai Edition" by Kawase Hasui (1883-1957) dated in the lower margin November Showa 8 (1933). The artist's black ink signature and red seal are at the lower right corner of the image. Vintage post-war lifetime edition with no publisher's seal. It is not a recent Heisei edition. Paper size: 15 1/2" x 10 3/8" (image size: 14 1/8" x 9 1/2"). Very good overall condition...
Japanese glass ojime in a form of tombodama bead with white multilayered core with four blue and white petaled flowers with stems and leaves and silver flakes inclusions. Tombodama can be translated as “dragonfly ball” and the name is thought to come about because when the molten glass is applied to the core bead it resembles a dragonfly’s eye. Superbly made piece - see the individual stamens and finely textured petals, in perfect condition. Height 3/4 inches.
Japanese glass ojime in a form of tombodama bead with white core and two birds on a long branch with leaves and flowers. Tombodama can be translated as “dragonfly ball” and the name is thought to come about because when the molten glass is applied to the core bead it resembles a dragonfly’s eye. Superbly made piece - see the individual petals and leaves, in perfect condition. Height 3/4 inches.
Japanese glass ojime in a form of tombodama bead with dark core surrounded by numerous bubbles and scattered white flowers. Tombodama can be translated as “dragonfly ball” and the name is thought to come about because when the molten glass is applied to the core bead it resembles a dragonfly’s eye. Very well made piece - see the beautiful distributions of bubbles inside the bead, in perfect condition. Height 3/4 inches.
Japanese glass ojime in a form of tombodama bead of blue glass with scattered white and pink flowers and a large strip of silver foil. Tombodama can be translated as “dragonfly ball” and the name is thought to come about because when the molten glass is applied to the core bead it resembles a dragonfly’s eye. Very well made piece - see the individual petals, in perfect condition. Height 3/4 inches.
Japanese glass ojime in a form of tombodama bead with black core and red flowers with stems and leaves. Tombodama can be translated as “dragonfly ball” and the name is thought to come about because when the molten glass is applied to the core bead it resembles a dragonfly’s eye. Very well made piece - see the individual petals, in perfect condition. Height 3/4 inches.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Folk Art : Pre 1900 item #1407940
Huangyangmu statue -- celestial roar mid Qing
Japanese glass ojime in a form of tombodama bead with swirling white and red core and scattered pink flowers. Tombodama can be translated as “dragonfly ball” and the name is thought to come about because when the molten glass is applied to the core bead it resembles a dragonfly’s eye. Very well made piece - see the individual petals, in perfect condition. Height 1/2 inches.
Japanese glass ojime in a form of tombodama bead of light turquoise glass with morning glory blue and pink flowers among stems and leaves. Tombodama can be translated as “dragonfly ball” and the name is thought to come about because when the molten glass is applied to the core bead it resembles a dragonfly’s eye. Very well made piece - see perfectly defined flower colors, in perfect condition. Height 3/4 inches.
Japanese glass ojime in a form of tombodama bead with swirling white/pink core and scattered pink flowers. Tombodama can be translated as “dragonfly ball” and the name is thought to come about because when the molten glass is applied to the core bead it resembles a dragonfly’s eye. Very well made piece - see the individual 2-colored petals, in perfect condition. Height 3/4 inches.
Japanese glass ojime in a form of tombodama bead of amber glass with scattered blue flowers. Tombodama can be translated as “dragonfly ball” and the name is thought to come about because when the molten glass is applied to the core bead it resembles a dragonfly’s eye. Very well made piece - see the tiny bubbles placed in the flower centers, in perfect condition. Height 11/16 inches.
Japanese glass ojime in a form of tombodama bead of red glass with pink, yellow and light blue flowers with stems. Tombodama can be translated as “dragonfly ball” and the name is thought to come about because when the molten glass is applied to the core bead it resembles a dragonfly’s eye. Very well made piece - see the tiny bubbles placed in the flower centers, in perfect condition. Height 3/4 inches.
Japanese glass ojime in a form of tombodama bead with blue core and single white flower . Tombodama can be translated as “dragonfly ball” and the name is thought to come about because when the molten glass is applied to the core bead it resembles a dragonfly’s eye. Very well made piece - see the individual petals, in perfect condition. Height 3/4 inches.
Occupation era original Japanese shin hanga woodblock print titled "Moonlit Night at Miyajima" by Kawase Hasui (1883-1957) dated in the lower left margin Showa 22 (1947). The artist's black ink signature and red seal are at the lower right corner of the image. The 6mm circular seal of the publisher Watanabe (used 1946-1957) is at the lower left corner. Paper size: 15 1/4" x 10 1/2" (image size: 14 1/8" x 9 1/2"). Very good overall condition...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Furniture : Pre 1930 item #1407911 (stock #15A10)
Kiku Imports
$875.00
This is a 3 section stacking Kimono chest called Isho Biraki Tansu. It was constructed of Paulownia wood (Japanese Kirinoki). Designed for storage functionality with a minimalist natural wood grain beauty, it uses nearly every inch of usable interior space. It measurers that 63.75 " tall, 37 " wide, 16.63 " deep. Paulownia was the desired wood for the construction of tansu such as these...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Folk Art : Pre 1980 item #1407899 (stock #09579)
t a t a m i
$300.00


WOOD CARVING SALMON

Anonymous coloured wood carving salmon. Showa period, 20th century, Japan.
Curiously like a similar feeling of woodblock print texture somehow...
Small chip at tail fin and cracks at mouth as seen.

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All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1950 item #1407877 (stock #gy5938)
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1950's Japanese Yokohama Studio Vase with Cranes Marked "Dai Nihon Kousaka zo"

It is 14.4 inches (37 cm) tall by 9.05 inches (23 cm) wide. It is 11 Lb.

It has skip glazes dark spots, stains, and surface wears and scratches (as seen in the photos).

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