H 13.25 x W 7.5 inches
Some tiny, hardly visible chips on outer edges, one metal eyelet for hanging on back, all in all very good condition.
Image 74 x 32 inches
Mounting 90 x 40 inches. Wooden scroll ends.
Some minor cracks and losses to gofun, otherwise fine condition
H ca. 8.5 inches
Few casting flaws, one repaired, otherwise fine condition.
Geese (and full moon) are a symbol of the fall
H 12 ¾ and 6 ½ inches
L 6-7/8 inches.
Some glaze chips, firing glaze flaw, otherwise fine condition
Painting: H 33 ¾ x W 48 inches
Mounting with wooden scroll ends: H 64 ½ x W 54 ¾ inches.
H 8 inches
Tiny, old chip at one of the feet, virtually invisible. The hole in the back is not a damage, but a vent, to prevent the piece from exploding in the kiln.
Bizenyaki sculptures are usually much smaller, with exception of the shishi. The fox priest is a rare subject matter in this material.
H ca. 3 inches
Comes with wooden storage box, without inscription, from a much later date
H 10 ¼ inches
Original storage box inscribed with the contents, the name of the company that made it.
Tray 1-3/8 x 9 x 8-7/8 inches; Bowl diam 7-1/8 inches; Set H 4 ¼ inches
Very good condition
H 3-1/4 inches.
Comes with original fitted wooden storage box, signed by the artist
H 3 inches
H ca. 13½ inches
H ca. 6 ¾ inches
Water stains inside, otherwise mint condition
H 3 x L 11 x D 8 inches.
Several small chips on the outer rims, standing edge on the inside lovingly repaired and retouched.
H without handle 7¾ in; with handle ca. 9 in.
Corrosion on bottom on inside, otherwise fine condition.
Provenance: Private collection of ikebana vessels
H without cover 5¾ in.; with cover 6½ in.
Jar in fine condition, cover with 2 chips.
H 10¼ inch.
Comes with original fitted wooden tomobako, inscribed on cover, with signature and seal matching the signature on the bottom of the vase