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.
Japanese Meiji Period signed Hirado Okimono of a running Boar . It has fine details and iron oxidation on the edge of the glazing on the bottom. It is signed. 11 1/4" long x 5" tall x 3 1/4".
Top quality Japanese Meiji Period (19th century) tripod Satsuma Teapot with a leaf-shaped shields , decorated with a scene of 6 aristocrats over the interior of the house and another one with a lady and 4 samurai over landscape with a tree and mountains, and a marquee on a background. The rest of the teapot has fine hand-painted decorations. A nose and handle mounts as well as the bottom of the teapot have symbolic decorations. The Teapot is signed. It is 4" D x 1 3/4" tall
Japanese Edo Period (first part 19th century) Kakiemon style unusual shaped four-footed Teapot with a dragon-shaped handle and finely decorated two shields with roosters and flowers. The rest of the Teapot has fine gold decorations with green, blue, red , and yellow enameling. It is in excellent condition. The cover is slightly loose. 6" tall x 7" wide.
Rare Japanese Edo Period (mid 19th century) big Shakudo? footed Bowl with four hammered shields with a dragon, birds, floral decorations and more birds on Sakura blossoms. The Bowl is in excellent condition with an original patina. It is heavy by weight. There are no damages or losses. 7" tall x 10" D
Big Japanese Meiji Period (1900-1910) Satsuma style double-gourd shaped Vase by Ito Tozan. It is decorated with a bird seated on a Plum tree. It has a gilded relief in a shape of a ribbon. The top of the vase has beautiful decorations. 15" tall x 9 1/2" D
Japanese Meiji Period magnificent small pair of double-gourd shaped Satsuma vases with finely raised gold enamel with leaves and flower blossoms. They are made with great Japanese taste and are signed by TAIZAN (seals). 3 3/4" tall x 3 1/4" D
Japanese early Meiji Period iron heart-shaped box. It is finely inlaid with gold decorations on sides, gold and shakudo Maple trees with leaves, and clouds; a few leaves are low relieved and are made from shakudo. There is also two low relieved shakudo and gold inlaid pair of shishi and Paradise birds. The interior of the box is made with silver. There is a pierced ornamental decoration over the center of the bottom. The box is in excellent condition and it closes perfectly and tight...
Japanese Meiji Period (19th century) magnificent and rare Satsuma Mizuzashi (Water Jar) with a lid. It is finely decorated with gosu-blue Shimazu crosses and other floral decoration. The Mizuzashi is signed with a seal-signature. 6" tall x 6" D
Magnificent Japanese Meiji period 19th century Satsuma Flask. It is attributed to Kinkozan. It has two scenes on front and on a back, both decorated with beautiful ornaments and various floral decoration with raised relieved white enamel flowers. The sides and a neck of the vase are also covered with fine decorations...
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...
Japanese Meiji Period (19th century) HIRADO Okimono - Akita dog with fine details. There is an iron oxidation on dog's belly and paws. A signature of an artist is on an unglazed spot on a dog's belly. The dog is anatomically correct and it is very detailed. 8 3/4" tall x 8 1/2" 3 3/4".
Japanese Meiji Period (late 19th century) wood lacquer Netsume (tea- container) finely decorated with symbolic gold decorations and cabbage blossoms made with maki-e technique, over a black lacquer. It is in excellent condition with no damages. 2 7/8" tall x 2 3/4" D
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
Japanese late Edo (mid 19th century) wood lacquer finely painted Okimono in a shape of a Daikoku's Hammer with a hard to find maki-e and hiromaki-e techniques. It has no losses, chips, cracks, or wear! The top of the hammer has a stripe line with four mons with cranes on them. The handle is decorated with originally patinated silver shells that cover cord Himatoshi. 4 3/4" long x 2 3/4" tall x 2 1/4" wide
Magnificent Japanese 19th Century green Studio Porcelain Vase with Bamboo under-glazed decoration. The vase has a wonderful hand-painting. The vase is signed by Anji Nishiura. The Vase is in excellent condition with no damages or losses. 10" tall x 6" D
This is Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Tokyo School Bronze partly gilded lidded Jar with 6 feet and 2 handles. The top of the lid is decorated with sculptures of two boys, one holding Shinto flag and another one standing on his knee and playing plates. The Jar has two finely carved Paradise birds , gilded flowers and other various ornaments. The boys and a flag are made in Miyao style. The Jar has a beautiful dark-brown patina. There are no losses or damages, no wear to gold...
Japanese Meiji Period multi-metal bronze tripod covered incense Burner with two handles , with an unusual knob and extended long feet. The Incense Burner comes with a tomobako storage box with a soft interior. The Incense Burner has fine silver inlaid decorations over feet, handles and a knob. There are gold and silver inlaid flowers on the top and gold and silver decorations to the body...
Japanese Taisho Period (1916-1925) Makuzu Kozan II (Hanzan) signed pagoda- shaped very light-blue (almost white) Celadon lidded Jar with an underglazed raised kanji writing over the center. It has an excellent glazing with no imperfections. It has a seal- mark of the artist. It is pretty heavy by weight. The Jar is in excellent condition with no damages.
This is a magnificent Japanese Edo Period mid 19th century Satsuma style Vase attributed to Jinjukan. The Vase is finely made with a beautiful hand-painting and enamel work . The Vase depicts five immortals, shishi , a table with an incense burner, two vases with Ikebana (one vase has kanji writing on it). The upper and a lower part of the vases have symbolized enamel decorations. The Vase measures 10" tall x 6 1/2" D.
This is a Japanese late Meiji Period (1900-1912) wood lacquer Bowl signed by DZISHIKO. It has a magnificent gold work over an exterior and a continuation of it to the interior of the Bowl with gold , maki-e and hiromaki-e techniques. Please enjoy a painting of plum roots and finely painted Chrysanthemum blossoms. It is in excellent condition with no damages, losses, or wear. 5 1/2" D x 3 1/3" tall
This is a Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) ceramic blue and white SETO Jar with a cover. It has various finely hand-painted floral decorations. There is an iron oxidation seen over the upper and a lower edges of the vase. The vase has all signs of the early kiln workmanship and it has a few microscopic "charcoal" enamel flakes. This vase has no losses or damages. It measures 9 3/4" tall x 6 1/2" D.
This is a fine Japanese 19 Century tripod Satsuma Incense Burner of an unusual beautiful shape with a beautiful design, with a pierced lid and two handles in a shape of beasts. The Koro is decorated with multiple Tokugawa family mons on the cover and the Kogo's body; there are two big scrolls with a seated man and a woman over interior of the houses and two smaller scrolls , one with a river, houses and mountains, and another one with floral decorations. The background of the Kogo is finely ...
This is a magnificent Palace size Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Ko-Kutani Vase with two handles in a shape of foo-dogs.The vase has beautiful hand-painted decorations with partly gilded elements, and wonderful round panoramic scrolls with a temple, houses, people, a boat, a bridge , a river and tree with mountains. It has a Kutani green silk mark on the bottom . There are a few original under-glazed "bake" short hairlines on the edge (which are typical for heavy vase like this one)...
This is a magnificent Palace Size Pair of Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) blue and white SETO vases with handles. The Vases are of a high quality hand-painting. They have blue and white decorations of flying cranes around handles; four flying birds and a few seated pheasants, and floral decorations; there are also panoramic shileds with various decorations...
Gorgeous Palace size Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) blue and white SETO covered Jar signed by KATO YOSHIBEI. It is decorated with a scene of two peacocks among flowers and bushes, symbolic decorations on the lower part of the Jar and beautiful floral decorations on a lid. There is a sculpture of a seated rabbit on a lid. The edge of the glazing shows iron oxidation. The Jar is in excellent condition with no damages or losses. 23" tall x 11 1/2" d...
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Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) blue and white Studio Ceramic Vase decorated with two flying birds and grass. The Vase is signed by ASAKHI. The Vase is in excellent condition with no damages or losses 7 1/2" tall x 4 1/2" D.
This is a tall Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Seto Vase with a scene of gorgeous Irises. It is signed by a great Iwato Jubei. The Vase is in excellent condition with no damages 12" tall x 5 1/4" D.
This is a Japanese Meiji Period (late 19th century) Satsuma Style earthenware Vase signed by Taizan. The Vase has an uneven green background and depicts four shields with decorations: there are a king-fisher, cranes , and landscapes with trees . It also has circle blue and white scrolls over an abstract thin lines over a green background. The Vase is in excellent condition with no damages. It has an impressed mark and a signature of Taizan. 7 3/8" tall x 4 1/2" D.
This is a rare Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Studio Ceramic unusually shaped Vase with a high relief of a shrimp over a purple- brown background with 4 light-brown to chocolate brown "leaks" on a glazing. The Vase is signed by SHINKO (there is an impressed signature of the artist); there is also an old sticker suggesting that this vase was bought in 1910. The Vase is in excellent condition with no damages. It is 7 1/2" tall x 2 1/2" D
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.
This is a magnificent Japanese circa 1900 Celadon Vase with a scene of under-glazed painted moriage Shishi with a ball of a dull blue, pink and yellow colors. The Vase is signed by an artist. An edge of the glazing on the bottom of the vase shows an iron oxidation. It is in excellent condition with no damages or losses. The vase measures 9 3/4" tall x 7 1/4" D.
This is a fine Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Ko-Kutani Okimono of a seated on shishi Kannon with a rui.This Okimono has no chips, losses, or damages; there are a few bake imperfections on the bottom only. A fine beautiful glazing is in original condition . The Okimono measures 8 3/4" tall x 8 1/4" x 6 1/8" deep
This is a Japanese 1900-1912 finely hand-decorated Satsuma Bowl with a scene of butterflies and flowers, signed by an artist. This Bowl measures 2 1/2" tall x 6 1/8" D.
This is a magnificent Japanese 19th century pair of Satsuma Vase signed by Ito Tozan . The vases have unusual shaped handles with rings, symbolic decorations on their necks, and fine enamel decorations with butterflies and birds. 12" tall each x 6" D.
This is a rare Japanese Meiji Period KUTANI (Kutani mark is on the bottom) apple-shaped covered Jar with a sculptural creature on a side and other hand-painted mythtical creatures on a body. There is a black enamel ornament under a lid This Jar is in excellent condition with no wear or damages. It measures 4 3/4" tall 5 3/4" D.
This is a Japanese Meiji Period finely made and decorated Porcelain Vase with a scene of dragon on a blue uneven background. There are multiple symbolic decorations over an exterior and an interior of the neck of the vase. There is a big signature (a seal)on the bottom of the vase. The Vase stands 6" tall x 6 1/2" D.
This is a Japanese Edo Period KO-KUTANI TEAPOT in a shape of Hotei with a money bag with finely sculptured feet and hands. The lid is a fan-shaped. There are multiple symbolic decorations on the back with a low relief of a cord. This beautiful Teapot in in original condition and has no damages or losses. It is 9 1/4" long x 7 1/2" tall x5 1/4" wide.
This is a Japanese Meiji Period (19th century) fine Satsuma Vase. It is decorated with two big panels - one with two ladies and children and another one with a man with children...
This is a rare Japanese late Edo Period (mid 19th century)HIRADO blue and white Plate , decorated with finely painted scene of a dragon and a shishi. It is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. 9" D. x 1 1/2" tall
This is a big and beautiful Japanese unusually shaped cobalt blue Satsuma Vase decorated with very finely painted raised gold shields. There are samurai, a landsacpe with a tree and a moon on one shield, a group of dancing men, a woman with a landscape with trees, and a moon on a second pannel; and two men , a landscape and trees are on the third shield. The fourth shield has aristocrats in beautiful clothes and a servant holding a woman's umbrella. The cobalt-blue is finely decorated with symb...
This is a rare Japanese late Edo -early Meiji Period(19th century) Studio Ceramic Vase by Genroku of an unusual shape. It has fine painting of Bamboo and Morning Glories. The signature of Genroku is on the bottom of the vase. It is in excellent condition with no chips, no cracks, and almost no wear to gild. The vase measures 7 1/2" tall x 4 1/4" D.
This is a very rare Japanese Satsuma Vase with two handles in a shape of shishi heads. It has fine symbolic decorations to the top and gorgeous painting of sea-crabs of various size: some of them carry leaves and flowers , and some carry big fruits. The subject is rare and desirable. It dates 19th century, Meiji, Japan and stands 10 ¼” tall x 7” D.
1This is a wonderful Japanese Edo Period (mid 19th century) Hirado Okimono of a dog with a collar with a bell. It is 7” long x 6 ¼” tall x 5 ¼” deep. This Okimono is in excellent condition with no cracks, chips or losses.
This is a very rare unusually shaped pair of deep narrow Japanese Satsuma Vases made and signed by KINKOZAN . They have garlic-shaped necks and very long narrow bodies and wide bases. The vases are finely decorated with scenes of landscape, river-scapes, flower blossoms, and ducks in the water. The vases date 19th century, Meiji , Japan and measure 8 1/8" tall x 3" in Diameter each.
This is a very rare Japanese unusually shaped red-brown enamel and finely gold painted Studio Porcelain Vase. It has an early Chinese style decorations. It is in excellent condition with no damages. It is signed by Mezan Kai. This Vase dates 19th century, Meiji , Japan and measures 5 1/8" tall x 4" in Diameter
Japanese Edo Period nature- created petrified wood root okimono with two parts slightly moving inside each other. When I look at this Okimono I can see a mistic creature with its head down and an eye ...your imagination may tell you something else. The Okimono is heavy by weight and it measures 14 1/2" long x 12 1/2' tall x 10 1/4" deep.
Japanese Sumida Gawa Ewer with a very desirable subject of a low relief of Ibitsu on a big carp with wonderful details. The Ewer has a light-beige- green color enameling over its body and the handle, and brown- green- blue uneven enamel over the interior. This Sumida Gawa vase is in excellent condition with no losses, damages, or cracks. It dates 19th century, Meiji, Japan, and measures 11 1/4" tall x 7" D.
This is Japanese circa 1900, signed Studio Ceramic Vase . The vase is decorated with a scene of five men and a woman ; and top and and bottom of the vase are decorated with symbolic decorations with red, gold, and blue enameling. The vase is signed by the artist. It measures 7.5" tall x 8" in diameter.
Japanese Tokyo School Bronze and Ivory Okimono of a resting lady with a tobacco pipe in her hand and a basket next to her feet. The hands, a head and feet of a woman are made from ivory. The bronze part of the okimono has an original red patina and it has beautiful ornaments which imitate kimono. The face is life-like. This okimono is a wonderful example of Tokyo School. The okimono is mounted to the bronze base with screws; the base has a signature of the artist. The okimono rests on a wooden b...
This is a very beautiful Japanese Tokyo School Bronze and Ivory Okimono of a lady with a shimuzen, on a wooden base. Woman's feet , a head and hands are finely carved from ivory. The Okimono is mounted in and removable from the base. There is a signature of the artist on the obi of the kimono of the woman. This rare Okimono has no losses , damages, or repairs. Bronze part of the Okimono has an original brown patina with no losses. It dates 19th century, Meiji, Japan, and measures 12" tall x 6 ...
This is a magnificent Japanese Makuzu Kozan style Studio Ceramic Okimono of a seated on a vase pigeon with magnificent details over its wings, feet and a beak. The okimono is made and signed by SEIKO and it is in excellent condition with no losses, damages, or cracks. This Okimono dates circa 1900, Japan, and measures 9” tall x 6 ¾” wide x 4 ½” deep.
This is a pair of Japanese double gourd shaped Satsuma vases by TOZAN . They are made in a great Japanese taste with print –like painting with different decorations on each and fine clouds made with gold dots. There are signature- seals and original paper stickers on the bottom of each vase. The vases date 19th century, Meiji, Japan and stand 6 ¼” x 4 ¾” each.
This is a Japanese HIRADO mini koro in a shape of a goose with an open mouth and fine details. The koro has a removable cover (once the incenses are being burn the smoke comes out through the goose’ beak). The details are so fine that you can even see a tongue of a goose. There is a traditional for Hirado iron oxidation on the edge of the glazing on the bottom of the koro. This detailed koro is in excellent condition with no chips, losses, or damages. It dates 19th century, Japan, and measure...
This is a magnificent pair of Japanese blue and white vases made and signed by DENSHICHI KANZAN. The vases are decorated with two Paradise birds with beautiful long tails , flying among tree with life-like branches, leaves and blossoms. These vases have even better hand-painting than most of Makuzu Kozan’ works. The vases are not mirror-like and they have differences in painting and design. The vases are in excellent condition with no damages. They date 19th century , Meiji, Japan and stand ...
This is a magnificent Japanese unusually shaped four-paneled gosu-blue signed Satsuma Vase. It has a finely hand- painted and gilded scene of two shi-shi on one shield, two dragons on another panel , flowers over fans on other two shields. The top of the vase and its neck have symbolic floral and open fans ornaments. The signature of the artist is located on the bottom. It dates mid 19th century, Edo, Japan, and measures 10 inches tall and 7 inches in Diameter
This is Japanese 19th century Studio Ceramic beautiful vase by Genroku with five flying birds and a moon and an uneven blue color background. The hand painting is of a high quality; birds have pinkish beaks. This Vase is in excellent condition with no losses or damages. It dates 19th century, Meiji, Japan, and measures 8 1/2 inches tall x 7 1/2 inches in Diameter.
This is an important Japanese HIRADO big Bowl with blue, yellow and white decorations . The Bowl depicts a scene of a lobster, yellow apple and multiple leaves and branches. This Bowl is in excellent condition no chips, cracks, or losses; it has some old kiln light dust inclusions within the enamel The Bowl dates 19th century, Meiji, Japan and measures 10 inches in Diameter by 3 1/2 inches tall
This is Japanese Studio Ceramic vase by Genroku with finely hand-painted Morning Glory blossoms, leaves and berries . It also has some gold decorations over the enamel. This Genroku vase is in excellent condition with no wear, losses, or chips. The Vase dates 19th century, Meiji, Japan and measures 8 inches tall.