Japanese Bamboo woven Ikebana flower wall hanging basket, wall pocket for floral arrangement, 8 3/4" high, 3 3/4" wide, 2 3/4" deep-top opening, rope as a hanger and two(2) side bamboo handles. The condition is good, no damage.
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DESCRIPTION: A small, finely woven Churro wool rug from the weaving center of Chimayo in Northern New Mexico. The patterns on Chimayo textiles are creative masterpieces of design and color. This particular rug is of the "Rio Grande" style with white and navy bands running across a bright red ground. CONDITION: This C. 1940-1950 rug is completely reversible and is in excellent condition with no repairs, holes or stains; the fibers are thick and the colors vibrant...
Meisen kimono with geometric pattern which is weft kasuri. Meisen is a plain weave silk cloth whose patterns are such as checks, stripes, weft kasuri, warp kasuri and double kasuri. The word kasuri means ikat. Meisen is woven of second grade silk threads so that it was worn as a daily kimono. They have bold and modern designs comparing with formal kimonos. In excellent condition. The lining is cotton. Early Showa period,1930s. 122cm x 141cm
Meisen haori with double ikat patten which is wood and cloud motif. Meisen is a plain weave silk cloth whose patterns are checks, stripes, weft kasuri, warp kasuri and double kasuri. The word kasuri means ikat. Meisen is woven of second grade silk threads so that it was worn as a daily kimono. They have bold and modern designs comparing with formal kimonos. This one has woods motif with double ikat patten. It has palin weave silk lining with beautiful katazome (stencil-dyeing) flower pattern...
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A beautiful Japanese enamel tray with bamboo design measuring approx. 9" x 9" x 1" in excellent condition one minute nick on edge.
Chinese Wooden Grain Measuring Bucket, 11" high, 7 1/4" square-top, 14" square-bottom, with heavy black iron mounted frame with multiple studded iron nails, the heavy iron frame covers around the top rim, underneath 2 sides with attached wooden handles. Bottom area of black iron mounted frame is somewhat rusted and damaged with age, and some age cracks on wood.
Chinese blue & white lidded jar, decorated with landscape design at the middle surrounded by geometric design above and bellow, from early 20th century period, base bears Chinese seal mark. Size; Height of jar is 8.4 inches with diameter of 6.5 inches. Condition Report; No condition issues and consistent with age.
This is a contemporary, excellently carved carved polychrome netsuke depicting a standing Jurojin, one of the Seven Gods of Good Fortune, who is known as the god of longevity. He holds a staff with a sutra hanging from it on his right hand, and a fan on his left hand. Intricate detail and colors characterize this wonderful miniature sculpture carved by Akihiro Zusuki, a netsuke artist currently living in Hokkaido, Japan...
This is a wonderful Netsuke Set depicting Kiyohime, the Dragon Witch, holding the Dojoji Bell, right next to her beloved Anchin. According to Japanese legend, Kiyohime the daughter of an innkeeper, fell in love with the pilgrim Anchin, but was rejected by him. The enraged Kiyohime turned herself into a dragon witch who went to the Dojoji temple to look for Anchin who had hidden under a huge bell. In this set, Anchin can be inserted into the bell, where he fits exactly, Photo number 3...
An original color woodblock print in the oban size by the Japanese Sosaku Hanga artist Kiyoshi Saito (1907-1997). Unlimited, dating from the 1960's. Hand signed in black ink and sealed. Condition: very good impression and color, the margins trimmed and with tape residue visible. White, unprinted are of the dolls dress with one darker paper fiber (picture no. 1). Dimension: image: 36.9 cm x 23.8 cm, paper: 44.2 cm x 29.4 cm.
Sepik River, New Guinea. Wooden rafter hook. Inlaid cowrie eyes. 20 1/2" x 5" x 2 3/4" 1 lb. 3 oz.
Sepik River, New Guinea. Wooden 'birdman' figure. Carefully carved. The head dress has some damage, and there is a tight hairline split to the inner part of the beak. 19" x 3 1/2" 15 oz.
Solomon Islands. Makira (San Cristobal) Island. Frigate bird with fish. Carved wooden bowl, painted and shell inlaid with parinarium nut glue. Abrasion to some extremities, with some exfoliation, and the armature element that supports the fish is cracked. 12" x 4 1/4" tall, x 2 1/2" 6 oz.