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
Japanese Meiji Period (19th century) Satsuma Vase, signed. It is finely decorated with a panoramic scroll with a boy on a toy-horse and with flowers on a background. The top and the bottom rims are finely decorated with floral ornaments. 3 3/8" tall
Superior quality miniature Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Kinkozan signed Satsuma Vase with two decorative shields: one depicts go-game players and a lamp above agame-board, and another shield depicts three seating and one standing samurai inside a house. The background of the vase is extremely fine decorated with scrolls and blossom; the top and bottom of the vase have gold decorations. 3 1/2" tall
One of a kind Japanese late Edo - early Meiji Period wood lacquer life-like persimmon shaped Kogo with magnificently done leaves on top and natural persimmon color over the exterior and a black lacquer on the interior. It has no wear to lacquer. 2" tall x 2 1/2" D.
Very fine Japanese Meiji Period late 19th century tripod Satsuma lidded Koro with long handles , shishi on top of a lid and two fine decorative shields : one is with 17 people and a landscape with houses and trees, and another one with 16 people and houses and trees; there are also two smaller alike shields under handles. The Koro is signed by an artist. 4" tall x 3 3/4" wide
Japanese mid circa 1900 CELADON moriage Plate with Baku, signed by an artist. 8" long x 5 3/4" wide x 1 1/8" tall
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1103086 (stock #1012011129)
This is a magnificent Japanese Meiji Period 19th century HIRADO blue and white reticulated Koro (Incense Burner), mounted on a base with four feet. It is of a much finer quality than most of reticulated Koros we've seen. 9 1/4" tall x 4 3/4" wide
Japanese Meiji Period Stoneware Bizen style Teapot in a shape of an elephant with a lizard as a finial on top of a lid. It has beautiful fine enameling of almost black to light-brown yellow colors. It has a wonderful character and a great age to it. 7" long x 5 1/4" tall x 4 1/2" wide
Japanese Meiji period Porcelain Plate with moriage low-relieved Mt. Fuji with snow, signed by Seishoen. 1 1/8" tall x 8 3/8" D
Big Japanese Meiji Period blue and white Studio tripod Porcelain vase with handles. It has a high quality painting of a man with scroll clods on one side and a seated man cutting Bamboo on an opposite side. There are light- yellow and green enamel birds on the vase. The top and the bottom of the vase have fine decorations; handles are in the shape of elephant's heads, finely detailed. The feet have red iron oxidation. The vase is signed by an artist. 16 3/4" tall x 7 1/2" D
Japanese Meiji Period blue and white Hirado Plate with two Koi-fish : a white fish is made with moriage technique (relieved enameling). The back of the vase has blue symbolic decorations. 8 5/8" D x 1 1/2" tall
Japanese late Meiji- early Taisho beautiful Art Novo style Bronze Vase with rings in vase's handles and fine silver inlays of abstract floral decorations. Silver inlays are partly low-relieved. The vase has original chocolate-brown patina. 6" tall x 5 1/4" D
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Bronze multi-metal (silver, gold and shakudo) inlaid pair of vases with handles with original light-yellow greenish patina. The vases have extended necks with floral decorations of shakudo and silver inlays. The handles have silver inlays; wide parts of vases have beautiful gold, silver and shakudo branches, flowers and leaves , and gold and shakudo relived leaves and low-relived birds. There are no missing inlays. 11 3/4" tall x 4 3/4" D.
Japanese Edo Period (early 19th century) unusually shaped wood lacquer covered box with an interior and exterior with fine nashiji. The lid has a scene of a flying crane , done with maki-e and hiromaki-e lacquer technique. Sides of the box are decorated with Pine trees. 7 3/4" D x 3" tall.
Japanese Edo Period (late 18th -earlier 19th century) wood lacquer set of 5 bowls. The bowls are very light by weight and have no cracks. The bowl have paintings of cranes in different positions. The smallest bowl is 5 3/4" D and 1 1/8" tall; The biggest bowl is 8 1/4" D x 1 1/2" tall
Japanese Taisho Period (1920) wood lacquer round bowl on a cylinder foot. It is made and signed by Bohiko. It has a very fine rimmed exterior walls of the bowl and fine maki-e gold decorations at the edge of it. The interior is made with a red lacquer. 4 3/4" tall x 9 1/4" D
Japanese Meiji Period wood lacquer square footed tray with silver and gold maki-e painted Pine trees.10 1/2" x 10 1/2" x 1 3/8" tall
Magnificent Japanese Meiji Period wood lacquer two-box covered Fubaku on a base. It is finely decorated with maki-e technique painted floral decorations over the top and sides. 8 1/4" tall x 10 3/4" x 10 3/4" , on the base. There is a red lacquer over interior. Boxes are 8 1/2" x 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" tall
Rare Japanese Taisho Period (1912-1924) Koransha porcelain Brush-Washer/Okimono of a king-fisher on a tree. It is done with fine details and has fine glazing. Koransha signature is on the bottom. 4" tall 3 5/8" long 3" deep
Japanese mid 19th century finely decorated wood lacquer box with floral decorations and fans, made with maki-e and hiromaki-e techniques. 6 7/8" D x 3 1/8" tall
Japanese Edo Period first part 19th century wood lacquer round box , finely decorated with nashiji over the interior and exterior. The center has a finely painted maki-e gold Dragon and symbolic ornaments over the edges of the cover and a box. 7 7/8" D x 3 3/4" tall
Top quality Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) fine quality beautifully hand- painted Kutani tripod covered Jar with a stylized floral handles and shishi on a top of the lid as a finial. The Jar has two big decorative panels; one with a scene of six mons on a landscape and another with a smoking aristocrat lady with a child and ikebana in a vase on a table. The sides are decorated with a slightly raised mons ...
Japanese Edo Period 18th century Imari covered wine pot. It is of a rectangular form with indented corners painted in under-glaze red , green , and purple enamels and fine gold decorations. Both sides are decorated with finely decorated shishi and balls. The bottom is unglazed. 6" tall x 5 1/4" wide x 2 5/8"deep
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) finely painted white Porcelain under-glazed covered box. It is signed by an artist (the signature is undergalzed). It has dark-blue enameling on sides and a magnificent landscape with green blue-grey trees over the top of the cover. 3 1/4" D x 1 3/4" tall
Japanese Meiji Period Studio Porcelain signed Kogo (oval box). It is decorated with a sea-scape with two mountains (one with shinto gates and a bridge between them). The Kogo is signed by an artist and has an iron oxidation. 2 3/4" D x 1 1/8" tall