Zentner Collection - For the Finest in Asian Antiques
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Furniture : Pre 1800 item #1410474
Zentner Collection
$2,750.00
An antique Japanese Gifu Choba Tansu made of Hinoki and Sugi wood. Top section has two slat sliding doors with two small interior drawers. The bottom section has a pair of sliding doors , five drawers and a safe compartment.Excellent condition.

Date:Mid Meiji 1880

Dimensions: 35" wide X 17" deep X 62" tall (both sections top section is 24" tall & bottom section is 38"
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Furniture : Pre 1800 item #1410473
Zentner Collection
$2,000.00
An antique Japanese Choba Tansu from Nigata . The front section is made of burl keyaki and the sides are sugi (crytomeria). The tansu has a pair of burl wood sliding doors over two burl drawers with heavy iron locks. Exceptional burl Keyaki wood.

Date: Early Meiji - 1870's

Dimensions: 34" tall X 32" wide X 20" deep
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Furniture : Pre 1800 item #1410471
Zentner Collection
A Japanese antique merchant(Choba) tansu made of keyaki wood with keyaki burl wood doors. The hardware is hand made iron. The casing is crytomeria.

Date: early Meiji 1870's

Dimensions: 36" tall X 36" long X 15" deep
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Furniture : Pre 1910 item #1410344
Zentner Collection
An antique Japanese Ko-Giri Tansu from the Taisho period. Made of all-kiri wood with two round locks, "c" shaped handles, original copper hardware.

Date: Taisho Period (1912-1926)

Dimensions: 16' tall X 23.5" wide X 12" deep
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Furniture : Pre 1920 item #1410342
Zentner Collection
An antique small tansu of kiri wood from the Taisho period. The tansu's top portions has sliding drawers. The middle section has 5 drawers and the lower section has one large drawer.

Date: Taisho period (1912-1926)

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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Pre 1800 item #1410331
Zentner Collection
An antique bronze Yama Dharmaraja. Yama Dharmaraja is an emanation of Manjushri and is a Tantric Buddhist deity and a protector deity. The name means 'Lord of Death, King of the Law. Dharma is the law of cause and effect (karma).

Date: 18th C

Dimensions: 6.5" tall X 5" wide X 2" deep
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Central Asian : Metalwork : Pre 1700 item #1410330
Zentner Collection
An antique gilt on bronze Tang-sui votive on four curved feet with vine branches holding seven Buddhas. These images appear early Buddhist iconography representing the Buddhas of the Past. Later these multiple images became one image. This votive was made for personal devotion. See Anthony Lin Exhibition "Icons and Iconoclasts". Good condition with wear and loss from age.

Date: Late Sui Early Tang Dynasty (581-618, 608-907)

Dimensions: 5.5" tall X 4.5" wide X 1.5" deep
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Central Asian : Metalwork : Pre 1900 item #1410086
Zentner Collection
$1,200.00
An antique hookah stand with Damascene silver and gold inlay. Geometric shapes surrounding six floral panels. Some losses. Would make a great candle stand.
,br> Dates: 17th-!8th century Provenance Xanadu Estate purchased from London Spinks Auction 1985

Dimensions: 8" X 7.5" diameter
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1410081
Zentner Collection
$4,500.00
An antique pair of Chinese vases with lingzhi mushroom outcrops on a craggy rock platform. The lingzhi mushroom is a symbol of longevity and health. The platform could display an object. These wares originated out of kilns in the Shiwanzhen sub-district within the city of Foshan, going as far back as the Neolithic period. Each vase is pigmented with custard yellow and aubergine.

Date: 18-19th C

Dimensions: 11" tall X 9" X 6" deep
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Paintings : Pre 1970 item #1410070
Zentner Collection
$600.00
A woodblock print by the artist Karhu. The print is labeled "Wealth & Happiness". The full narrative is "Wealth & Happiness come to Those Who Don't Deserve Them". Clifton Karhu became one of the most successful contemporary Western artists working in Japanese woodblock style. Karhu lived permanently in Kyoto, Japan, where he was the head of the Kyoto branch of the renowned Japan Print Society. Print is signed and numbered 52/100 Date: 1976

Dimensions: 26" X 8.25"
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Paintings : Pre 1970 item #1410069
Zentner Collection
$600.00
A woodblock print by the artist Karhu. The print is labeled "Fish of Fortune". The full narrative is "Don't Let Go of the Fish of Fortune". Clifton Karhu became one of the most successful contemporary Western artists working in Japanese woodblock style. Karhu lived permanently in Kyoto, Japan, where he was the head of the Kyoto branch of the renowned Japan Print Society. Print is signed and numbered 41/100 Date: 1976

Dimensions: 26" X 8.25"
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Paintings : Pre 1970 item #1410045
Zentner Collection
$600.00
A woodblock print by the artist Karhu. The print is labeled "Hurry to Study". The full narrative is "Hurry to Study wih Age the Spirit Slows". Clifton Karhu became one of the most successful contemporary Western artists working in Japanese woodblock style. Karhu lived permanently in Kyoto, Japan, where he was the head of the Kyoto branch of the renowned Japan Print Society. Print is signed and numbered 12/100 Date: 1976

Dimensions: 25.75" X 9"
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Paintings : Pre 1980 item #1410044
Zentner Collection
$600.00
A woodblock print by the artist Karhu. The print is labeled "Negligance". The full narrative is "Fight the Enemy, Negligance". Clifton Karhu became one of the most successful contemporary Western artists working in Japanese woodblock style. Karhu lived permanently in Kyoto, Japan, where he was the head of the Kyoto branch of the renowned Japan Print Society. The print is signed and numbered 23/100. Date: 1976

Dimensions: 25.75" X 8.25"
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Paintings : Pre 1970 item #1410043
Zentner Collection
$600.00
A woodblock print by the artist Karhu. The print is labeled "Bigger Fool". The full narrative is "The Bigger Fool is a Fool Who Hires a Fool". Clifton Karhu became one of the most successful contemporary Western artists working in Japanese woodblock style. Karhu lived permanently in Kyoto, Japan, where he was the head of the Kyoto branch of the renowned Japan Print Society. The print is signed and numbered 37/100 Date: 1976

Dimensions: 24.5" tall X 9" wide
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Paintings : Pre 1970 item #1410042
Zentner Collection
$600.00
A woodblock print by the artist Karhu. The print is labeled "Avoiding Stepping". The full narrative is "As You Would Avoid Stepping In Shit, Ignore Fools". Clifton Karhu became one of the most successful contemporary Western artists working in Japanese woodblock style. Karhu lived permanently in Kyoto, Japan, where he was the head of the Kyoto branch of the renowned Japan Print Society. Print is signed and numbered 17/100 Date: 1976

Dimensions: 26" X 9.25"
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Paintings : Pre 1800 item #1410034
Zentner Collection
$5,000.00
A Japanese Tsukioka Yoshiyoshi tryptch "Toin no Akinotsuki" from the "Legend of the Hero and Warrior" series. Autumn Moon at Toin: Flute Player Yasymasa. The print is signed by Toshiyoshi (1839-1892)who is considered one of the last great masters of ukiyo-e. The triptych is a woodblock print with Katada Chojiro, the publisher hand stamped in the left hand corner.

Date: 1894

Dimensions:13.25"h x 27.25"w
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Hardstones : Pre 1910 item #1410006
Zentner Collection
An antique Chinese white jade carving.

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Dimensions: 2.75" X 1.75"
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Wood : Pre 1910 item #1410005
Zentner Collection
An antique Japanese cane made from bamboo with a carved image of an Oni fishing. Oni are a kind of yōkai, ogre, or troll in Japanese folklore. They are typically portrayed as hulking figures with one or more horns growing out of their heads. They are conceived of as red, blue or green-colored wearing loincloths of tiger pelt and carrying iron kanabō clubs. The cane is signed.

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Dimensions: 36" tall X 1"