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Antique Japanese Original Painting of Hachikatsugi Hime
Japanese: Paintings Pre 1800: item #1252739

Antique Japanese Original Painting of Hachikatsugi Hime
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



 

Original antique painting by artist "Old Tosa" of an early scene from the Japanese fable "Hachikatsugi Hime" or "The Princess with the Magic Bowl". The tale tells of a princess, daughter of a Samurai warrior, whose mother placed a wooden bowl upon her head before passing away. She could not remove the bowl and faced ridicule from the local children. She ran away from home and eventually found love and acceptance. This painting depicts an early scene in which the princess mourns the death of her ... Click for details

Wood Netsuke of a Seated Shishimai Dancer
Japanese: Netsuke: Wood Pre 1900: item #1252705
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Wood Netsuke of a Seated Shishimai Dancer
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Flying Cranes Antiques Ltd.
Tel.212-223-4600



 

A vivid representation of a seated shishimai dancer, his legs wrapped around a drum. Drumstick in one hand, the boy dancer lifts the shishi mask with one hand revealing his finely-carved face and horn- inlaid eyes. Great attention to detail makes this netsuke an important contribution to any collection. This netsuke is in very good condition. Multi-character signature and seal on base. Height: 1.25” 19th Century, Japan

Wood Netsuke of Handaka Sonja
Japanese: Netsuke: Wood Pre 1900: item #1252701
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Wood Netsuke of Handaka Sonja
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Flying Cranes Antiques Ltd.
Tel.212-223-4600



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A tall wood netsuke carved as Handaka Sonja dressed in characteristic long-sleeved robe with leafy collar. The immortal holds an alms bowl raised in one hand, and with the other he lifts the hem of his robe. This classic netsuke is in very good condition. Height: 3” 18th Century, Japan

Wood Netsuke of a Shishi Hatching from an Egg
Japanese: Netsuke: Wood Pre 1900: item #1252700
7-500

Wood Netsuke of a Shishi Hatching from an Egg
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Flying Cranes Antiques Ltd.
Tel.212-223-4600



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A boxwood netsuke carved in the round as a mythological shishi hatching from an egg, its surface cracked for added effect. Comically, the shishi pokes its head and fronts paws from one end and hind legs and bushy tail from the other. Its alert inlaid eyes reflect the newborn’s curiosity. This lovely netsuke is in excellent condition. Carved signature, Arikawa or Arikado on base. 19th Century, Japan

Original Japanese Color Woodblock Print by Masao Ohba
Japanese: Woodblock Prints Pre 1980: item #1252677

Original Japanese Color Woodblock Print by Masao Ohba
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



 

Abstract print by well-known Japanese print artist Masao Ohba (born 1928). He won first prize in 1998 at the 17th Biennale of Contemporary Ex Libris in Malbork, Poland. His work is colorful with interesting textures. This particular print almost appears to be an abstract take on the Japanese flag, with interesting shapes and flecking of red, yellow, and blue peeking through black sections. circa 1950s, signed and marked "87/150" Size: 7" height, 10.5" width

A Woodblock Print by Yoshitoshi – Kabuki Play
Japanese: Woodblock Prints Pre 1900: item #1252675
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A Woodblock Print by Yoshitoshi – Kabuki Play
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Ichiban Japanese and Oriental Antiques
203.272.7392



 

An interesting print depicting an outdoor performance of a Kabuki play in progress –obviously in front of a group of dignitaries in a pavilion. (Some of the onlookers seem to be distracted or bored by the look of their expressions and posture). The main actor is shown in profile and is wearing a beautiful costume and a flowing wig – perhaps a lion dancer.

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Two panel screen, by Yamauchi Issei, born 1929
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1980: item #1252643
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Two panel screen, by Yamauchi Issei, born 1929
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Jim Knopf, Yokohama




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Yamauchi Issei, born 1929
Japan, Showa period, 20th century
Folding screen, two panels, Furosaki Byobu
Paper on paper
H: 22 Inch (55 cm), W: 70 Inch (175 cm) (total width)... Click for details

Brilliant Blue Cloisonné Vase with Snake Gourd Motif
Japanese: Enamel: Cloisonne Pre 1920: item #1252642
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Brilliant Blue Cloisonné Vase with Snake Gourd Motif
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RYOUTAN
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A lovely brilliant blue cloisonné vase with snake gourd motif made during Meiji period. This beautiful enamel vase is decorated with elaborate silver wired cloisonné technique and delicate color graduation used in flower pedals and leaves, which reminds us of the dedicated craftsmanship of that time. It is hard to find such elaborate hand made wired cloisonné today.
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Japanese Original Print of Women and Child by Y. Mori
Japanese: Woodblock Prints Pre 1960: item #1252601

Japanese Original Print of Women and Child by Y. Mori
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



 

Japanese original print of two women and a young child by the artist Yoshitoshi Mori (1898-1992). He studied at the Kawabata School of Fine Arts. He was a member of the mingie folk crafts movement working in textile stencil dyeing. In the 1950's Yoshitoshi Mori started print making using a technique called kappazuri stencil. He became a key member of the sosaku hanga movement. His works depict scenes from Kabuki theatre and folk traditions. This print is signed twice in graphite and dated ... Click for details

Meiji Japanese Gilt Bronze Mixed Metal Pheasant Bird
Japanese: Metalwork: Bronze Pre 1900: item #1252600
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Meiji Japanese Gilt Bronze Mixed Metal Pheasant Bird
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Meiji (1868-1912) Period Japanese Gilt Bronze Model of a Pheasant on Wood Stand

It is 15 inches (38 cm) tall with stand, 10.75 inches (27 cm) without stand by 22 inches (56 cm) long by 8.25 inches (21 cm) wide. It is 11 lb.

It is in good condition with no repai... Click for details


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