Magnificent Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) SATSUMA Okimono of a girl with a brush and a leaf in her hands, attributed to Chin Jukan. The girl has a wonderful stylized face, hair and nicely painted kimono and a belt. The okimono is life-like , and the details over hair are amazing. 7 3/4" tall x 8" wide x 7" deep.
Japanese Meiji Period C19th life-like wood hand-carved Okimono of Japanese Chin dog with glass inlaid eyes. It has greenish eyes and fine details over paws as well as the rest of the okimono. The bottom of okimono is also carved. 14" long x 8 1/2" deep x 5 3/4" tall.
Japanese Meiji Period fine wood carved Okimono of a seated Monkey with eyes inlaid in mother-of-pearls. It is in dynamic position. The okimono is hand carved from one piece of wood and is very detailed. The signature of the maker is on the bottom of okimono. It says Nikko. 8 1/4" tall x 6 1/2" wide x 6 1/2" deep.
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Bronze Okimono of a pigeon on a wood base, signed by the artist. The okimono has a very fine cast and a beautiful detailed chisel work. The pigeon is in life-like position with golden shakudo eyes. The okimono is solid bronze, heavy by weight and has a silver plate with a signature of the artist over the bottom . 7" long x 5 3/4" tall x 4" deep.
Very big Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) colorful Porcelain IMARI Okimono of an aristocrat woman with finely detailed hands and hair, dressed in amazingly beautiful kimono and obi. The enamel work over the okimono is lightly raised. 17" tall x 8" x 6" wide.
Rare Japanese Meiji Period C19th finely hand-decorated fan-shaped Satsuma vase with feet in a shape of scrolls. The vase depicts a scene of two birds over bushes with pomegranates with blossoms and morning glory blossoms on one side...
Japanese Meiji Period(1868-1912) Sumida Gawa Vase- Okimono of a crane next to Bamboo. It is finely sculptured and beautifully glazed. Bamboo makes a tall narrow vase. 9 1/4" x 5 1/2" x 4"
Japanese Meiji Period(1868-1912) big Studio Stoneware Satsuma style Vase made and signed by Tozan Yohei IX. It has uneven pastel green background with asymmetrical lines and ornaments. It is decorated with five panels...
Big museum quality Japanese Meiji Period tripod Satsuma covered Jar with a very fine decoration with two large panels - one with a spring scene with a festival with many people , some with umbrellas; Cherry blossoms, temple, bridge, houses and mountain on the background.Hand-painting and gilding is very fine. The opposite oval decorative scroll is decorated with a temple, surrounded with a scene with Wisteria blossoms, flowers and mountains and flying birds. It is also finely hand-painted ...
Japanese Meiji Period Satsuma Vase with a panoramic scene of two men in a boat , houses, trees and mountains on the background. The tree leaf design is finely painted with low-relieved green enameling as well as some elements on grass and tree branches. There is a raised enameling on a wide stripe on the bottom of the vase. There are four mons on top of square decorations on top of the vase...
Japanese Meiji Period magnificent Studio Porcelain vase with silver applied decorations of Bamboo, blossoms and leaf design, green tone-changing background and pink flower blossoms with tree branches and leaves. The vase is made and signed by Inoue Ryosai. The signature of the artist is under tghe glaze. 6 1/2" tall x 4 1/2" D
Japanese 19th century tripod Satsuma Koro with an okimono of Shishi on a lid. The same Koro can be seen in a book Treasures of Imperial Japan Ceramics from Khalili collection, from National museum of Wales, page 45, picture 44. Please see pictures. The only difference is in decorations, which this Koro has in a gosu-blue style but the one in the book- in floral. Serious collectors welcome. 4 3/4" tall x 5"
Big Japanese Meiji Period Sumida Gawa Vase with a beautifully glazing and finely scene of five cranes. Two cranes are made with silver and other three are low-relieved and underglazed over uneven iron oxidation and brown enamel background. There is a gorgeous blue enamel "leak" which goes from the top to the middle of the vase. There is a fine silver symbolic ornament is on the upper part of the vase. 14 1/4" tall x 10 1/2" D.
Japanese Meiji Period Tokyo School Ivory Okimono of a boy bouncing on a ball decorated with finely carved dragons and flowers. The carving is magnificent with amazing details over feet, hands, face and hair of the boy. The bowl is mounted is mounted on an original base with an inlaid signature. 8 1/4" tall.
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Satsuma style Vase with a beautiful scene with Bamboo leaves. It is made with gold and a low relieved blue enameling. It has silver decorated rim. The Vase is signed by Ito Tozan. It is excellent condition with no damages. 11" tall x 6 3/4" D.
One of a kind very elegant Japanese Meiji Period bronze Okimono of three cranes holding a rock chrystal ball on their beaks, signed by the artist. The okimono is mounted on a wood base. It has a fine original dark-brown patination over fine cast and a very fine and detailed chisel work. Second leg of each crane is hidden in cranes' feathers. 11 3/4" tall x 5 1/2" wide x 4 3/4" deep.
Japanese Edo Period late 17th - early 18th century wood lacquer Buddhist monk with glass inlaid eyes, on an original gilded two -tier lotus shaped wooden gilded base and a removable circle around his head. The okimono is removable from the base. The monk's face has life-like eyes and is very detailed. It has normal age wear on the kimono and some wear on monk's head, which is appropriate for the age of the okimono. Otherwise, it is in excellent condition. 26" tall x 9 3/4" wide.
Please see item #1186353 The same type of okimono (a parrot and an eagle) are in the Splendors of Meiji Treasures of Imperial Japan from the Khalili location. Please see the pictures.
Japanese museum quality one of a kind multi-metal Okimono of a rooster on a wood base...
Museum quality Japanese Edo Period late 18-early 19th century Bizen stoneware okimono of a laying cat with magnificent details over its body and fur. This okimono is very detailed. The okimono has a dark-brown patina and looks like it is made from bronze. There is an inlaid seal of the maker on the side of cat's tail. 11 1/4" long 7 3/4" wide and 6 1/2" tall
Please see item #1186345
Top quality one of the most beautiful examples of Kinkozan work Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Satsuma Vase. There are fine detailed three big and three smaller decorative panels and kanji on the body of the vase, fine gold stripe line with butterflies and flower design on the upper part of the vase, and various decoration on top and the bottom of the vase...
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Porcelain unusually shaped Vase by Makuzu Kozan. It is finely decorated and is made with iron oxidation color dragon on uneven tone-changing red to white background. The glaze on the bottom of the vase is worn but it still shows a signature of Makuzu Kozan. The signature is seen but it is hard to photograph it.The same signature is shown on page 128, Figure B. 22 of the Master Pottery of Meiji Japan by Clair Pollard. 12" tall x 6 1/2" D.
see item #1186336
Fine museum quality Japanese Edo Period (late 18th-early 19th century) tripod gosu-blue Satsuma Jar with sculptural decorations. The lid has an okimono on top of it with two girls, one of which holds a sake cup with writing on it and another girl, in a running position, holds a big spoon on her shoulder and a cup in her right hand with writings on it...
Japanese museum quality tripod lidded Satsuma Koro (Incense Burner) with six sides, with handles in a shape of beasts with rings and and sculpture of an old man with a bag on top of a lid. The body of the Koro is decorated with six decorative panels. One panel depicts five frogs, four bugs and cranes; secondpanel has a scene of two mandarin ducks, a river, a man in a boat, flower bushes , mountains and three flying birds...
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Studio Porcelain vase with a decoration of a dragon among clouds. There are some small original glaze pits and imperfections. The vase is not signed. 11" tall x 6 3/4" D.
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) under-glazed signed Koransha Vase , finely decorated with a panoramic scene of three men having a conversation, one looking up, and three men with a scrol and a boy. Over the top of the vase, on a red background enameling, there is gorgeous sakura blossoms decoration . The lower part of the vase has symbolic flowers and gold decortaions over blue background. 6 3/8" tall x 6" D.
Japanese Meiji Period (late 19th century) big wood lacquer box with an inner removable tray , finely decorated with a seascape with mountains, pagoda, temple and trees over the coast. There is maki-e, hiromakie and nashiji works over the black lacquer background and Pine trees over the interior. Nashiji background is throughout the box. The box is in pristine condition. The box is 6 1/2" long x 13 1/2" wide 5 1/4" tall.
Japanese late Edo - early 19th century signed gosu-blue Satsuma Koro (Incense Burner) with a sculpture of shishi on a lid. It rests on 4 finely decorated feet. The Koro has two handles. The Koro is decorated with a raised relief of gold three flying birds, river and blossomed flowers...
Very rare museum quality Japanese Edo Period (18th century) mixed metal brass, shakudo and silver inlaid tripod Hibachi with unusually shaped handles with rings , pierced neck, applied shakudo decorations over the body. There are original age patinated (not cleaned) wire and scroll wire decorations on handles, rings, and the body of Hibachi around pierced holes on the neck. Tripod hibachi has original age patina, heavy by weight, and has no losses. 8 3/4" wide x 6" tall
Magnificent Japanese Meiji Period late 19th century Root art sculpture , magnificently created by mother nature and placed on a teak wood base by a scholar. Everything is original with no additions, cuts or carvings. 18 1/4" tall x 12" wide x 5 1/4"
Big Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) round shape tripod Satsuma Koro (Incense Burner) with a pierced lid in a shape of butterflies and elegant handles. The body of the Koro has a very finely painted panoramic scene of a procession with women and children, a temple, houses, trees , river and mountains on the background. The top of the Koro has a round stripe. The lid depicts six butterflies and a stripe with floral decorations...
Museum quality Meiji Period (1868-1912) Japanese Tokyo School big bronze Okimono of a young woman with long hair and two water buckets, on the original bronze base with a seal-signature of the artist next to the left bucket. It is finely done , detailed and originally patinated with dark-brown patina. The hair is detailed...
Japanese fine Meiji Period (1868-1912) magnificent hand-painted and finely decorated Satsuma basket shaped Cricket Cage ( Incense Burner), signed by the artist. It has pierced sides and a lid...
Very fine museum quality Japanese Meiji Period Satsuma Okimono of an aristocrat man in a beautiful kimono, attributed to Chin Jukan. 5" tall x 2 1/4" wide x 2 1/4" deep
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Golden age silver wire wireless unusually shaped tall mid-night blue background Cloisonne vase with fine wire tone-changing enameling workmanship over blossomed trees, flowers and a flying bird. It also has fine silver wire borders on top and the bottom of the vase with gilded brass mounts. 9 3/4" tall x 3" D.
Magnificent Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Studio Porcelain signed Hirado style blue and white Porcelain Okimono / Koro of a boy seated on top of the pierced cover of the elephant back. There are some pierced openings over the top of the elephant's cover. It is signed by the artist. 5 1/4" long x 5 3/4" tall x 4 3/4" deep
Museum quality one of a kind Japanese reverse mirror glass hand painted chest on original bamboo -shaped rose-wood base . It has no losses over glass (mirror), no damages to metal (brass) parts. It has an original patination. The brass lock on front and handles are movable. Sakura blossoms and birds decorations are painted very fine with wonderful colors...
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) gold lacquer silver enamel and shibayama inlaid vase. The vase is finely decorated with multiple shibayama inlays of a bird seated on Sakura on one side and floral decorations on the opposite side. The vase is mounted on silver rims with two silver bamboo-shaped handles and a silver band applied over the upper part of the vase with multiple color enamel. The top and the bottom of the vase are finely decorated with maki-e and hiromaki-e technique decorations...
Museum quality Japanese Edo Period sterling silver and lacquer complete tobacco smoking set with three drawers, sterling handles in a shape of turtles, a sterling silver handle mounted over bamboo silver cast leafs. There are two sterling silver finely made, pierced and chiseled removable bowls, one with a handle and a pierced top and the other one with a hand-hammered lid and a chiseled body. Both are made with sterling silver...
Japanese Meiji Period signed rare design Satsuma Vase , made and signed by Kinkozan with chocolate and yellow color enameling background. The vase has gilded Bamboo-shaped handles. The vase depicts various floral symbolic decorations over chocolate background. There are gorgeous shishi and flowers decorations on mon style circle shaped shields. Even the bottom part of the vase has raised mon decorations. Please see the pictures. Serious collectors wecome. 16 1/4" tall x 9" D.
Japanese Museum quality big Satsuma style lidded Jar , made and signed by Tozan Yohei. The Jar has top quality painted three big decorative shields. One is with two samurai and two men , looking at Kannon on top of a boat and a waive. The second one depicts four samurai on rocks. The third one is with three women in the house with water, rocks and trees in front of it. The background of the Jar is finely decorated with various decorations, as well as the lid of the Jar. 16 3/4" tall x 10" D.
Gorgeous Japanese 19th century Ivory Okimono of six monkeys fighting for a festival head of the dragon, on an original wooden stand. The Okimono is very detailed. It is carved from one piece of ivory tusk. 5" x 1 7/8" x 1 1/2" without the base.
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) black Cloisonne Box with silver rims and with silk interior. The box depicts a fine silver wired flying crane designe over the top of the lid. The Box is attributed to Hayashi Kodenji. 5 1/2" x 4 1/4" x 2 1/2".
Japanese museum quality Edo Period first part 19th century big Koransha Vase with a beautiful enamel raised decorations of colorful flying cranes in various positions. The vase has a traditional chocolate-brown satin background with various fine blue, green, red and finely gilded decorations. The Koransha mark and the signature of the artist are on the bottom of the vase. 12 1/2" tall.
One of the most beautiful Japanese Meiji Period Satsuma style Vase by Tozan Yohei. It is finely decorated with various panoramic stripe decorations design. It is of an unusual color and design and is very detailed. The vase has a seal and the signature of the artist. 7" tall x 4 1/2" D.
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) rare color background Satsuma style yellow Vase with a long extended neck and green symbolic decoration over the bottom. It is decorated with flying geese and Bamboo design. The vase has a seal and a signature of Tozan Yohei. 9 1/4" tall x 4" D
Gorgeous unusually shaped Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Satsuma style Vase decorated with flying birds among trees with blossoms with partially raised enamel work and a background of an unusual light-beige color. The top of the vase is finely decorated with symbolic partially raised ornaments. The vase has a seal and a signature of Tozan Yohei. 9 1/2" tall x 4 3/4" D.
Beautiful Japanese Meiji Period late 19th century unusually decorated Satsuma style Vase, signed by the artist. It has a low relief moriage mon-like design over the silvered background of the vase. Various color symbolic enamel flowers are on the background. It is hard to describe the unusual technique used on this vase. Please see the pictures. 9 3/4" tall x 6" D.
Important Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912)silver wire and wireless Cloisonne Tea Jar. It is finely decorated with light-purple flower blossoms and finely-done silver wired leaves with various flowers, butterflies and other decorations. It has a silver finial with flower blossoms. 5 1/2" tall x 3" D.
Top quality Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) unusually shaped, with a pierced top, Satsuma tripod Incense Burner (Koro). The Koro has a mon -shaped pierced leaf decorations over the center of the lid. There are very fine gold-painted decorative shields around the top and floral with butterflies design on the sides of the Koro, and a very elegant rim on the lower part of the Koro. The Koro is signed by the artist. 3" D x 2 1/2" tall
Museum quality Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Porcelain green yellow enamel Vase with a beautiful scene of shishi and flower blossoms which are slightly raised, signed by Seifu. Almost identical vase was displayed at the Philadelphia Centennial exhibition held by Sotheby's Inc in 1986. For a reference, please see a book by Nancy Schiffer Japanese Porcelain 1800-1950. Seifu mark is on the bottom. 4 1/4" tall x 3" wide.
Top quality Japanese wire wireless silver wire tripod Cloisonne Jar attributed to Gonda Hirosuke. It has a gorgeous wire wireless silver wired scene of a dragon with tone-changing enamel clouds. The top and the bottom of the lid have decorations of light-brown and chocolate gold sparkling silver wire enameling. It has original brass rims on a cover and feet and an upper rim with gilded brass finial. It is in excellent condition with absolutely no hairlines and no chips. It has no losses....
Japanese Edo Period museum quality magnificent Satsuma Okimono of a girl with a fan, on a base. It has a great style and life-like expression on her face. Her kimono is indescribably beautiful and detailed- there are decorations of butterflies and other. The fan and the base also have fine decorations. Her hands are elegant, as well as her hair. 12 ¼” tall x 5” wide x 4 ¾” deep. It is very heavy by weight.
Japanese museum quality Edo gosu-blue unusually shaped Satsuma Incense Burner on four extended feet, with an okimono of shishi seated on top of a lid. The upper part of the Koro has ring-shaped smoke release holes. The feet are finely decorated with raised gold and red Sakura blossoms, leaves and symbolic design. Shishi is finely cast, enameled and gilded; it has a pierced ball. Shishi rests on red ribbon on green enameling. There are symbolic decorations throughout the Koro. 11 ¼” ...
Japanese museum quality Meiji Period Satsuma Plate with a scene of an aristocrat lady in a beautiful kimono with nicely done hair and a little branch above her head. The Plate is signed by the artist. 6 1/8” D x 1” tall
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) signed Sumida Gawa Vase with an uneven enamel with a decorative relief of a white flower blossom with leaves. The flower is life-like. The background of the vase is made with brown uneven enameling with red enamel leaks. The vase is signed by the artist. 5” tall x 3” D.
Japanese Meiji Period Studio Ceramic vase by Genroku with finely hand-painted Morning Glory blossoms, leaves and berries design. It has some gold decorations over colorful enameling. This Genroku vase is in excellent condition with no losses, no chips,and no hairlines. The Vase dates 19th century, Meiji, Japan and measures 8 1/4" tall x 5 1/2" D.
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Vase made and signed by Tozan. It is made in an unusual tone-changing leather-like background with magnificent life-like flower blossoms, tone-changing leaves, a flying butterfly, and a fly over the back. There is a slightly worn signature of the artist on the bottom of the vase. 7 1/8" tall x 3 1/2" D