Japanese wood (zetan) lacquered Okimono of a woman dancer on her knee with her hands raised in a dance move. All parts are finely detailed and fine hand-carved , on a Tokyo School level. One piece of wood (zetan) and dancer's obi are magnificently decorated with maki-e and hiromaki-e golden silver lacquer works. All parts are original and are covered with original age patina. 6" tall x 3 7/8" wide x 3 1/4" deep.
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 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...
Japanese Meiji Period (1900-1912) unusual covered lacquer Bowl made with unusual rimmed surface over the sides of the body and a cover with brownish lacquer on it, and dark-brown black lacquer over the rest of the bowl with fine maki-e technique flowers and gorgeous two -tone gold ikebana painting made with maki-e technique. There is a light glaze hairline on a side. 9 1/2" D x 5 1/4" tall
Japanese Taisho Period (1912-1924) wood lacquer box made with maki-e technique over millwhells over water made with fine nashiji. The background is black lacquer color. 9 3/4" tall x 8" x 5/8"
Japanese Edo Period mid 19th century top quality round wood lacquer box with a black background, silver rims and maki-e, nashiji and hiromaki-e techniques magnificent Orchids with leaves. The box comes in an original wood storage box. 8" D x 4 1/8" tall
One of a kind Japanese Meiji Period Bamboo lacquer shibayama inlaid and finely painted Fan with 25 leaves connected with a silk cord. The lacquer work is made with maki-e and hiromaki-e technique and shibayama inlays are detailed and magnificent. 20 " x 11 1/4" (open)
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
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
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"
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".
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 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
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 (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
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.