One of a kind Japanese late 19th century Meiji Period century Studio Porcelain Hirado style minogame-shaped Ewer with blue underglaze crane decorations and fine overglaze decorations on the sides, the top and the back of the Ewer. The Ewer is in excellent condition with no wear, no damages, no hairlines. Serious collectors are welcome. 7 3/4" long x 5 1/4" tall 5 3/4" wide
Rare Japanese Meiji Period Porcelain HIRADO Shunga Okimono of a seated Okame. 2 1/4" tall x 2 1/4" D
Tall magnificent Japanese light -grey color pierced Porcelain Seto candle stick holder with decorations of grapes with leaves. It is signed by an artist. 13 1/2" tall x 4 1/2" D
Japanese Edo Period (late 18th - early 19th century) Imari Porcelain Vase . It is finely decorated with two peacocks on front, a seated bird and other colorful decorations on the background. It has some wear to gilding. 10 1/2" tall x 7 3/4" D
Wonderful Japanese late Edo Period (first part of 19th century) Koransha Vase, signed by an artist. It has a wonderful enamel bird, a butterfly and floral decoration with traditional brick -red-satin background, and other various decorations. 12 1/8" tall
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Magnificent Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) pressed leather Cigar Case with a background imitating a tree bark, with flying mosquitoes on both sides of the case. There is an impressed signature of the artist on the bottom of the case. The case has an original age patina. 4 3/4" x 2 7/8" x 1" (when closed)
Japanese Meiji Period (late 19th century) beautifully made unusually partly carved lacquer rectangular tray with red lacquer cinnabar-like mon with paradise birds and low-relieved flower blossoms with leaves. The background of the tray and its back is covered with fine cork-type lacquer of red-brown color. It is 12" long x 9 1/4" wide x 1/2" tall
Fantastic Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) bronze okimono study of a seated fox with shakudo and bronze inlaid eyes. It is finely covered with a magnificent chisel work over extremely detailed fox's body. the okimono has an original dark-green-brown patina. There is an inlaid signature of the artist on the bottom. 6" tall x 6 1/2" wide x 4 1/2" deep
Top quality big Japanese Meiji Period unusually shaped Satsuma Vase, with four shields with scenes of men on each. The men are dressed in beautiful different kimonos and are in various position. The background of the vase between the panels is finely decorated with various symbolic enamel and partly gilded decorations. There is a signature of the artist around the top of the base of the vase. 13 1/2" tall x 8" wide
One of a kind magnificent cast and finely hand- carved Japanese Meiji Period 91868-1912) heavy bronze vase with two handles with dragon's heads with open mouths and tongues. There are two extremely fine c arved dragons on both sides of the vase, two finely carved low- relieved scenes with paradise birds on front and back sides of the vase, and three-dimensional relieved flowers. The bottom part of the vase has low-relieved ornaments...
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Bronze multi-metal inlaid Vase with two dragon-shaped handles. The Vase has magnificent low relieved and inlaid panels...
Giant magnificent Japanese 1905 Studio Porcelain Vase with life-like decorations of flower blossoms, branches and a butterfly over the tone changing background of light-green to green color. The upper part of the vase is finely decorated with a scene of nine flying birds. There is a mark of Japanese - Russian war of 1905 on the bottom of the vase. The Vase is 24 1/2" tall x 7 1/2" D.
Gorgeous Japanese Meiji Period (19th century) low-relieved flask-shaped Vase by Taizan with chocolate -brown and burgundy brown background and symbolic low-relieved raised dragons and other symbolic decorations on sides of the vase. The top and the bottom of the vase has also symbolic decorations. The vase is signed. 6 1/2" tall x 4 1/2" D
Very fine and rare Japanese Meiji Period pair of Satsuma style Okimonos of two Karaoke boys, one with a fan and another one with balls, signed by Ito Tozan. The kimonos are made with fine details and nice paintings and great expressions on their faces. The Okimonos are 3 1/2" tall each.
Very big Japanese wood lacquer Box of Edo Period (mid 19th century) decorated with maki-e technique Pine branches and two flying cranes over dark -brown lacquer background. Elements of pines, crane's wings are covered with outstanding nashiji. The interior of the box has gold lacquer. The edges of the box are gold- decorated. 16 1/4" long x 12 1/2" wide x 6" tall.
Japanese Meiji Period late 19th century magnificent maki-e and hiromaki-e technique painted wood lacquer box with a scene of beautiful flower blossoms and leaves over the top and silver lacquer painted edges of the box and a lid. Leaves and ground have fine nashiji. 11 5/8" long x 8 3/4" wide x 4" tall
Important Museum Quality Japanese Edo Period Presentation Imperial Chrysanthemum marked IMARI big tripod Bowl with averted rim with circle handles on either side. Feet are in a shape of mystical creatures' heads. It is decorated with under-glazed blue, red , gold and green with big gold Imperial 16th -leaves Chrysanthemums on front and on a back. It has symbolic gold decorations over red enameling over the body with small scrolls with landscape with houses and temples around handles and gold ...
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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...
Japanese Edo Period (late 18th - early 19th century) beautiful Koransha Porcelain vase with four decorative scrolls, two big ones with fans, rocks and flowers and and two smaller one with symbolic floral decorations. The background of the vase has blue enameling and various color leaves. It is in excellent condition with a minimum age wear to the gilding. It has no chips no damages. Koransha mark is on the bottom of the vase. 6 1/2" tall x 4 1/2" D
Elegant Japanese Meiji Period Satsuma Vase with traditional Wisteria and leaves. The vase is very detailed and has extremely fine painting and decorations on the neck. The vase is signed by an artist. 5" tall x 2 3/4"
Japanese late Edo wood lacquer three-drawer Kadansu with sterling silver handle on a door and sterling silver rings on each drawer. The lacquer is mixed with mother-of-pearl powder over the exterior of kodansu door and drawers. All parts work perfectly and close tight. 6 3/4" tall x 5 1/4" wide x 5 1/4"
Very elegant and fine Japanese Meiji Period small Satsuma Kogo by Kinkozan. It has decorations with multiple butterflies . 2 1/2" D x 1 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 late Edo - early Meiji Period wood lacquer three-case Kodansu with a handle, with fine maki-e over flying birds and waves. Doors have brass silver plated knobs. The main door has a wood lacquer knob. It comes with an original box with a handle. 8" tall x 5 1/2" x 5 1/2".
Japanese Taisho Period Satsuma style okimono of a crane made by a great Shoko Yamazawa (there is a seal-mark on the bottom). The Okimono comes with an original box. 7 1/4" long x 4 1/4" tall x 3 3/4" wide
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Studio unusually shaped tall Satsuma Vase with decorative panels on each side. There are scenes with circle floral panels on yellow background,a quail, a butterfly and Morning Glories on a tone-changing background and two fighting birds . The top and the bottom of the vase have fine decorations. The vase is signed by Taizan. 9 7/8" tall x 3" D
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
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) HIRADO Okimono of Fukurokuju with an extended long head and pagoda in his hands. It has blue and iron red ornaments. The Okimono is in excellent condition; no damages. 10" tall x 6 1/4" wide.
Big Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) tripod KUTANI Jar with phoenix- shaped handles. It is decorated with colorful panels with flying phoenixes and symbolic decorations under handles. The top of the Jar, feet , the lid with a finial are gorgeously decorated with hand-painted detailed designs. The Jar is signed (there are Kutani mark and maker's mark on the bottom). 11" tall x 7 1/2" D
Big Japanese Meiji Period 19th century wonderful Imari Okimono of a seated man with a book. It has fine details over gilding and colorful enamel designs over man's kimono and a book. There is an iron oxidation on the bottom of the statute. 9 3/4" tall x 7 1/4" wide x 8" deep
Big Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) unusual gourd-shaped wood tray with gold nashiji letters over uneven gold grey lacquer work imitating leather. The sides and exterior of the tray are made with black lacquer. 14" tall x 14 1/4" wide.
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912)wood lacquer box with maki-e lacquer technique of coins and symbolic decorations on top of the box. The Box is 5 1/2"long x 5 1/4" x 2 1/4
Tall Japanese Taisho Period (1912-1924) stoneware egg-shell cracked white enamel background and unglazed floral decorations Vase with an unglazed neck. 17 3/4"tall x 7 1/2"D
Magnificent Japanese Taisho Period (1912-1924) ANDO Cloisonne Vase with silver wire and wireless technique decorations, with silver rims. The Vase has a wonderful shape and an olive color. The vase has a very fine wire work and a tone-changing enameling. The interior of the vase has a light-grey-purple uneven enameling. The vase is signed ; the silver mark is on a bottom rim. The vase is in excellent condition with no restorations, scratches, nor losses. 10 1/4" tall x 8 1/2"D
Japanese Meiji Period Kyoto School Namikawa Sosuke style big Cloisonne Kogo. It is made with fine silver wire and wireless enameling , mon-shaped floral scrolls over gold-stone background, covered with very fine and detailed wires. The bottom and interior of the Kogo have yellow enameling. The Koro is in perfect condition with no losses to enamel, no damage or restorations. 5" D x 2 3/4" tall.
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
Impressive Japanese 19th Century Kutani Okimono of a puppy in a red collar with a ball and a cord in its mouth. The okimono is done in a very dynamic position and has a great character. The okimono comes with a wood base. It is 9" tall x 12" long 6 1/2" deep. The base is 15 1/2" long x 9" deep x 1 1/8"tall.
Japanese early Meiji Period (1868-1912) Pair of Studio Porcelain Vases by great K. Kanzan. They are finely decorated with green and gold scenes of tree branches and fine gold symbolic decorations over the edge of the neck and a top of the vases. 6" tall x 2 1/2" D.
Very tall and spectacular Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Satsuma style Vase. It is decorated with moriage low- relieved enamel floral decorations over a black enamel background over the top of the vase and a bottom, painted with symbolic decorations. The vase is signed by Tanzan. 18 1/2" tall x 4 3/4" D
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
Magnificent Japanese Taisho Period Kutani Okimono of Rabbit with pink enameling over eyes and ears; the cast is magnificent. It is signed by an artist. 6 1/2" long x 5" tall x 3 3/4"deep.
Magnificent first part 19th century gosu-blue Satsuma lid for a jar with a wonderful okimono of Foo-dog with beautiful details and symbolic floral decorations. There are other decorations of blue-red-light-green and gold decorations. The bottom of a lid is finely decorated with red enameling and gold over the exterior. The lucky owner of a jar this lid can fit on should check for exact measurements of interior and exterior diameters: interior diameter is 3 1/4" ; the outer diameter is 3 7/8" ...
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) signed white HIRADO basket-like Vase with a low relief of flower blossoms. The vase is signed by an artist. It has no losses or damages. 6 5/8" tall x 3 1/4"wide
Japanese late Meiji Period (early 20th century) unusual double-gourd shaped green lacquer exterior and black lacquer interior Natsume (Tea Caddy). It is signed by an artist with a red signature -seal. It is rimed. 2 3/8" tall x 2 3/8" D
Magnificent Japanese Meiji Period light celadon Porcelain Vase with moriage round decorations. The Vase is signed by a famous Suiko Ito. the Vase comes in an original tomobaku box. 9 1/4" tall x 3 3/4" D.
Fine Japanese Edo Period four-sided decorated with floral designs gosu-blue Satsume Vase with unusually shaped handles, signed (with a signature, a kokohan and Satsuma cross). 6 1/2" tall x 4 1/4"
Rare Japanese Edo Period (early 19th century) museum quality highly collectible pair of Cloisonne brush pots on wood lacquer bases, with symbolic floral decorations over blue background with fine wire work. Original wood lacquer stands are finely hand-painted with maki-e and hiromaki-e over nashiji background, rested on four feet, and are decorated with various attributes, dolls and other floral decorations with symbolic ornaments. The bottom of bases are made with nashiji as well...
Japanese Meiji Period late 19th century unusually shaped pair of Satsuma style vases, signed by Ito Tozan. The vases are finely decorated with green, red , and gold symbolic decorations. There are gilded decorations on the bottom edge of the vase. 11" tall x 4 1/2" D each.
Japanese Edo Period Gosu-blue Satsume Okimono in a shape of Daruma toy(Incense Burner) with two sculptural boys on sides and three boys and an old man on body and top of the head of Daruma. Okimono is very rare, and it is unusual and highly collectable. 5 1/2" tall x 6 1/4" wide x 5" deep.
Japanese late Meiji Period - early 20th century wood black lacquer Natsume (Tea- Caddy) decorated with a fish- net , made by Heiandou. It comes in an original tomobaku. The natsume is magnificent. Two section of a net are made with silver lacquer (one on a cover and another one on a body) to make it easier to match the lower part with a cover. Lacquer is highly gloss; and the painting is wonderful. 2 3/4" D x 2 7/8" tall.
Japanese Taisho Period wood black lacquer Natsume (Tea Caddy) by Unsai, in an original tomobaku box. It is decorated with maki-e maple and other symbolic leaves. The interior and the bottom have black lacquer 2 5/8" tall x 2 5/8" D
Magnificent Japanese Meiji Period wood black lacquer Natsume (Tea Caddy) with maki-e and hiromaki-e techniques over 5 birds, a coast line and water. There is a beautiful nasiji lacquer around tree roots. 2 5/8" D x 2 3/4"
Japanese late Edo - early Meiji Period Satsuma Okimono of a seated boy holding a bird. It has a great character with an interesting expression and fine hair. It is 7 1/2" tall x 7 1/4" wide x 5 1/2"
Japanese Meiji Period fine silver wired silver mounted unusually shaped attributed to Ota Cloisonne Vase with a long neck. It has ox-blood red background and silver wire Wisterias from top to the center rim of the vase , green leaves and two symbolic stripes on a lower part of the vase. 9 3/4" tall x 2 1/4" d
Japanese Edo Period late 18th - early 19th century museum quality Studio (Koransha style) diamond shaped Porcelain vase with very fine blue and white decorations and two finely painted with moriage raised flower blossoms and leaves decorative panels. There is a finally painted turtle, lines and red scrolls. The beauty of the vase is hard to describe. The vase is unsigned. 9 1/2" tall x5 5/8" wide
Japanese late Meiji Period Studio Ceramic Porcelain Vase by a great Eizan Izushi (there is a signature and an impressed seal of the artist). It has a satin color enameling and it is decorated with slightly relieved iron oxidation and green leaves and blue grapes . It comes with an original tomobaku box. 8 1/2" tall x 7 1/2" D
Japanese Edo Period (first part 19th century) wood lacquer box with a very fine maki-e and hiromaki-e painted Paradise bird and Sakura tree branches and flowers. It has minimum wear. Otherwise, it is in excellent condition. 5 3/8" long x 4 1/2" wide 2 1/2"
Japanese Meiji Period 919th century) fine white Porcelain Okimono of Fukurukuju with a scroll and a gourd over his staff and a peach in his left hand. It has a long extended head and long moustache and a beard. 11 1/2" tall x 4 1/2" wide
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) wood black lacquer exterior and red interior maki-e decorated Natsume (Tea Caddy) with finely painted five plants on sides and a top. It has no cracks or losses. 2 3/4" tall x 2 3/4"D
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) wood red lacquer Natsume (Tea Caddy) with rare decorations of two silver and black boats with wheat over waves on a light -red lacquer exterior with black-lacquer interior and bottom. 2 5/8" tall x 2 1/2" D