All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Swords and Related : Pre 1900 item #1113604
Real Japanese Edo Period (mid 19th century) folded steel beautifully tempered Aikuchi Tanto with dragon and clouds engraved over both sides of the blade with a copper habaki in stag-antler shirosaya, finely carved with a low relief of scenes of samurai, woman and two boys; a boy and a woman hold fans in their hands. There are Sakura tree branches and a waterfall, pine branches and Wisteria with a flying bird on a handle. It has a beautiful age patina...
This is a very beautiful Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) blue and white Studio Porcelain Vase by ASAKI (a Makuzu Kozan's artist). The Vase is made in a traditional Makuzu Kozan style and depicts a scene of magnificent tone changing plant's leaves. It is pretty heavy by weight. The glazing is of a high quality and has only one micro charcoal "flake" which is a good proof of 19th century kiln. It is in excellent condition with no damages or losses. The Vase is 9 3/4" tall x 4 3/4" D.
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) six-sided Bronze vase. It has an original patina of dark-brown color on the lower part to reddish- light brown color on the upper part of the vase. The vase is finely cast and is heavy by weight. 13" tall x 8" D.
Japanese Edo Period (mid 19th century) unusually shaped and beautifully decorated KORANSHA Charger. The center of a charger has two koi-fish, a lobster, a bird , Bamboo and river weeds, over a brown red traditional Koransha background. The sides of Charger have floral decorations. The back of the Charger has red flower blossoms, Koransha mark, and a signature of an artist. The edge of a foot has an iron oxidation...
This is Japanese circa 1900 magnificent Japanese Vase by ITO TOZAN. It has Satsuma -like color and glaze craquelure with partly raised decorative gold stripes and flower blossoms. All the rest of the vase is finely hand-decorated with over glazed and underglazed enamel. The Vase is of a gorgeous shape looks magnificent. It is in excellent condition with no wear to gold, damages, or chips. It measures 8 inches in Diameter and 7 3/4 inches height, and dates circa 1900, Japan
This is a top quality Japanese cobalt blue Satsuma Vase with handles. The Vase is finely decorated with two shields which depict seven samurai (one is on a horse), and a scene of three aristocrats, twelve people, five children, a dog , and a landscape with mt. Fuji. The cobalt blue background is decorated with silver and two tone gold floral decorations. It measures 5.2 inches tall by 3 .2 inches in Diameter. The Vase dates 19th century, Meiji, Japan.
This is a huge Japanese circa 1900 tripod fine Satsuma covered box finely decorated with a double shield on top of a lid. Shields depict aristocrats and children under sakura , and a landscape with a temple, houses and mountains. The sides of the Box have floral decorations and clouds; gilded feet depict leaves...
Japanese late Meiji - early Taisho (1912-1915) wood lacquer box with finely lacquer raised and painted low relief life-like color birds seated on a tree with life-like leaves. The sides of the box has symbolic ornaments and yin-yang marks. The background of the box , the interior and the exterior are made with dark brown, almost black lacquer It has a minimum wear to the edges. Otherwise, it is in excellent condition with no losses, 5 5/8" long x 4 1/2" wide x 2 1/4" tall
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...
Museum quality 18th century blue and white big Arita/ Imari lidded box with fine decoration and spiral lines all over the box. It has typical for an early kiln charcoal imperfections. 9" D x 4" tall
This is a very big important Japanese originally patinated and fine cast Bronze Vase with unusual tree-shaped handles with boys holding fishing rods. The vase has finely cast relieves of three king fishers, beetles on grass , frogs, grass-hopper, and a dragon-fly. It has no damages, losses , dings or repairs. Fishing rods are removable. This rare designed vase dates 19th century , Meiji, Japan. It stands 18 1/2" H x 18 3/4" D and weights over 30 lb.
Big Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) beautiful Bronze multi-metal Vase with a partly gilded low relief of Baku, with an original greenish patina. 15 1/2" tall x 8 3/4" The vase has no losses or damages.
This is a very big museum quality blue and white deep Bowl. It has a wonderful celadon enamel over the exterior and a white enamel over its bottom. The Bowl is signed (a seal and signature) by IKEKATSU. The interior of the bowl is very finely decorated with a scene of three koi- fish in water and among sea-weeds. The Bowl is heavy by weight. The Bowl has all signs of late Edo (early Meiji) cast and glazing. There is a red oxidation line on the edge...
Japanese Meiji Period big Celadon low-relieved jade-color Vase with two seagals. The vase is made and sealed (under-glazed) by S. Sozan. 12" tall x 5 1/4" D
Very big Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Porcelain celadon background low-relief vase with blue and white dragons by Keichi. The clouds on the background are made with a low-relief, too. There is a signature-seal on the bottom of the vase. 18 1/2" tall x 11" D
Big Japanese late Edo -early Meiji Period (19th century) blue and white with high-relieved handles HIRADO Vase. It has a traditional blue and white panoramic under- glazed painting over the body of a basket-Ikebana flower vase on one side, and other floral decorations on another scroll and butterflies between the panels. The handles are in a shape of dragons. The interior of the neck has floral decorations. The vase is signed by an artist. 19 1/4" tall x 9" D
Big Japanese Edo Period (late 18th- early 19th century) tall Satsuma Okimono of an aristocrat lady in a magnificent kimono and obi with a fan in her right hand. It is very detailed; with a very beautiful realistic face and hands. The enamel and gold decorations are very fine. It is 143/4" tall x 5" wide x 4 1/2" deep
Big mid-night background Japanese Meiji Period 1868-1912 gold and silver wireless Cloisonne Box with floral decoration and gold birds, attributed to Hayashi Kodenji. 6 1/2" long x 3 1/2" wide x 2 1/2"tall.