Japanese Meiji Period fine wire wireless Cloisonne Vase with gorgeous butterflies over color-changing blue sky background and flowers and leaves. It has a decorative stripe line. The Vase has no damages and no losses. 9 3/4" tall x 3 3/4" D
Magnificent Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) mixed-metal inlaid (shakudo, copper, silver and gold) Bronze oval-shaped Box, signed by the artist. It depicts a design of a paradise bird flying above flowers, tree with leaves and blossoms. Flowers are made with shakudo, partly gilded copper, and silver. The bird has copper and silver inlaid elements as well. The interior of the box has a darker color of patina. The box has no damages; it closes tight . 5" x 4" x 2 1/8" tall
Japanese Edo Period museum quality gosu-blue Satsuma Teapot. It is finely decorated with leaf-shaped handle, feet and top of a handle and other floral decorations over 16-leaves Chrysanthemum shaped body of the Teapot. 7 1/8" long x 4 1/4" tall x 4 3/4"
Museum quality Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) fine Satsuma Koro on four feet with a pierced lid and mallet shaped handles. It has magnificent hand-painting over two decorative scrolls with dragons and other designs. The detailed workmanship is difficult to describe. The shimazu mark and the signature of the artist is on the bottom of the Koro. It has no damages, no cracks, no losses and no wear. 5 1/4" D x 5 1/4" tall.
Magnificent 19th century big Hirado Jar with a sculptural Dragon with its head as a finial. The dragon has a sphere next to his right paw. There is a hand -painted underglazed blue dragon is in the opposite direction to the sculptural dragon. It is a wonderful and rare work of Hirado 10" D x 10" tall
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) hand-carved shibayma inlaid Wood dark-brown lacquered Okimono of an elephant with ivory tusks; mother-of -pearl and black coral inlaid eyes. There are mother-of-pearl and coral inlays over a saddle, yellow green lacquer over a saddle and mother-of pearl butterfly. The inlaid signature of the artist is underneath the elephant. 11" x 7 1/4" tall x 4 3/4" It has no damages and minimum age wear. There are no cracks and no restorations.
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) fine Golden Age silver wire wireless Namikawa Yasuyuki style Cloisonné lidded Jar. It is finely decorated with a scene of colorful fire dragons over sides of the body of the jar, clouds and symbolic decorations over the top of a lid and a beautiful stripe line over the bottom of a jar. It has a burgundy color (dark-red) background enameling. It has almost no pits, there is only one tiny flake under one dragon's jaw...
Magnificent Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Satsuma Vase with detailed Orchids, leaves and other flowers, signed by the artist. The signature and a seal of the artist is on the back of the vase. 8 7/8" x 4 1/2" D.
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...
Huge Museum quality Japanese late 18th - early 19th century Porcelain Charger , signed by the artist. It has exotic slightly raised under-glazed flowers and leaves over yellow background. The back of the Charger is decorated with under-glazed blue symbolic decoration. The signature is on the back of the Charger. 19" D x 2 1/2" tall
Museum quality Japanese Meiji Period Ivory pair of Brush-pots on original wood bases mounted on silver rims, signed by the artist. All shibayama are intact with no missing peaces and no damages. Shibayama tusk is decorated with various floral decorations. The inlaid signature plates are located on the lower parts of the sides of the tusks. 16 1/2" tall 9 3/4"D
Museum quality Japanese Meiji Period pair of Ivory Brush-pots on original wood bases mounted on silver rims, signed by the artist. All shibayama are intact with no missing peaces and no damages. Shibayama tusk is decorated with various floral decorations. The inlaid signature plates are located on the lower parts of the sides of the tusks. 16 1/2" tall 9 3/4"D
Magnificent Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Satsuma style Vase by Ito Tozan. It is finely decorated with flying cranes among flowers and symbolic decorations. The hand-painting is very fine and detailed. It has no losses and no damages. 4 1/4" tall
Magnificent Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) multi-metal gold, shakudo, silver and copper inlaid Bronze Vase with unusual shaped handles with dragon heads. It has the highest quality inlay work and a light green gold patina. The vase is very heavy by weight. It has no dings, no dents and losses. It is heavy by weight. It has only a couple of light scratches over the sides. 12 1/2" tall x 8 1/2" D.
Fine Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Studio Porcelain deep bowl with a magnificent low relief floral decorations over the exterior. It is made and signed by A. Nishiura (an underglazed signature) 3 3/4" x 2 1/4"
Japanese Edo period late 18th century Porcelain Vase with handles by Shigesu. The vase depicts a scene with samurai and a lady with a scroll in the house and various floral decorations. The rest of the vase is finely decorated with symbolic ornaments and fine gilding. The vase is signed by the artist. 9" x 5"
Japanese Meiji Period(1868-1912) Kutani Okimono of Okame with a fan in colorful finely decorated kimono. It has beautifully done face and hands. It is in excellent condition. 9 3/4" tall
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Tokyo School Porcelain glazed Koro in a shape of a life-like flower blossom with Makuzu Kozan enamel colors and iron oxidation over the edge of glazing. It has a pierced center over the lid. The Koro is in excellent condition with no damages or losses. 7" wide x 4"