AAantiques Japanese Arts
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) blue and white Studio Ceramic Vase decorated with two flying birds and grass. The Vase is signed by ASAKHI. The Vase is in excellent condition with no damages or losses 7 1/2" tall x 4 1/2" D.
Japanese Meiji Period rare HIRADO Okimono of a laying goat, made with fine details over its head, unglazed eyes and its body. It has no losses and no damages. 5 1/4" long 4 3/4" tall x 3 1/2" wide.
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Stoneware Tea-ceremony vase, made and signed by Makuzu Kozan. The signature-seal of M. Kozan is on the bottom of the vase. It is 6 1/2" tall x 4 3/4" D.
Japanese Edo Period museum quality magnificent Satsuma Okimono of a girl with a fan, on a base. It has a great style and life-like expression on her face. Her kimono is indescribably beautiful and detailed- there are decorations of butterflies and other. The fan and the base also have fine decorations. Her hands are elegant, as well as her hair. 12 ¼” tall x 5” wide x 4 ¾” deep. It is very heavy by weight.
Magnificent Japanese late 19th century (Meiji Period) Pottery Okimono of two resting herons , finely glazed and partially painted, signed (a signature and a seal on the bottom). 9 1/4" long x 6 1/2" wide x 4 1/4" tall
Magnificent Japanese Edo Period first part 19th century Hirado Okimono of Sennin with a frog on his shoulder and a pipe in his right hand. 7" long x 6 3/4" tall x 3 1/2" deep.
Japanese Meiji Period Pair of Satsuma style Porcelain Vases by Tanzan. The vases are decorated with round panoramic scenes of a sea, houses, trees, and rocks. The top and bottom of each vases have green stripes. The vases are 6 3/4" tall x 4" D each
Museum quality Japanese Edo Period (first part 19th century) unusually shaped and decorated partly glazed tripod Pottery Ewer with Cinnabar -like red lacquer relief decorations. The Teapot is attributed to Hozan. It has an original old piece of paper(dated 1914) attached to the bottom of the Ewer. It is in excellent condition with a minimum wear to the edges; no losses or damages. 6 3/4" tall x 6 1/2" wide
Japanese Meiji Period Studio Satsuma style double-gourd shaped Vase signed by Taizan ( there is a signature-seal on the bottom). It is made with a great Japanese taste and is decorated with Lotus leaves and other designs. 7 1/2" tall x 4 1/4" D
This is a gorgeous Japanese 19th century Studio Ceramic Vase signed by Shofu Kotei. The Vase depicts a scene of finely under-glazed painted flowers and grapes. It stands 6 3/4 inches tall by 5.5 inches in Diameter.The Vase is in excellent condition; Meiji Period, Japan.
This is a rare Japanese late Edo Period (mid 19th century)HIRADO blue and white Plate , decorated with finely painted scene of a dragon and a shishi. It is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. 9" D. x 1 1/2" tall
Japanese Meiji Period Satsuma Vase with a panoramic scene of two men in a boat , houses, trees and mountains on the background. The tree leaf design is finely painted with low-relieved green enameling as well as some elements on grass and tree branches. There is a raised enameling on a wide stripe on the bottom of the vase. There are four mons on top of square decorations on top of the vase...
This is a magnificent Porcelain Vase by Anji Nishiura. It is of a beautiful shape and has blue to light blue colors of enameling of the background and two cranes on it. This vase is in excellent condition with no damages or losses. It dates 19th century, Meiji , Japan and stands 7 1/4" tall
Japanese Meiji Period (late 19th century) unusual pair of Porcelain Koransha vases , signed by the artist. The vases have a rare "upside down" shape - the bottom of each vase is wider than the top of the vase. This makes the vases very unusual...
Museum quality Japanese Edo Period late 18-early 19th century Bizen stoneware okimono of a laying cat with magnificent details over its body and fur. This okimono is very detailed. The okimono has a dark-brown patina and looks like it is made from bronze. There is an inlaid seal of the maker on the side of cat's tail. 11 1/4" long 7 3/4" wide and 6 1/2" tall
Japanese Meiji period late 19th century wood black lacquer document box with fine decorations of flying cranes and symbolic ornaments over black lacquer with rice paper originally decorated interior and with light -purple and light green ornaments. 9 3/4" x 8 1/4" x 4 1/4"
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Bronze and Ivory Okimono of a woman with a teapot in one hand and charcoal sticks in another, signed by the artist. The okimono is cast from bronze and it is originally patinated with a greenish light-brown patina. Hands, legs, head, sticks and teapot are finely carved from ivory. The okimono is mounted over an original rose-wood base. The signature of the artist is on the bottom of woman's kimono...
Big important Japanese Meiji period tripod Satsuma Koro, signed by the artist. It has a sculpture of shishi on a lid and handles with leafage, flowers and plums design. The Koro is finely decorated with two big decorative scrolls on front and back, one scroll depicting a standing samurai with a sword and a woman, and another one with a walking samurai with a sword and a smaller samurai among clouds. The legs of the koro have low-relieved mystic heads...