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