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Pair of Folding Screens Depicting Arhats Mano Gyotei
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1900: item #1243563

Pair of Folding Screens Depicting Arhats Mano Gyotei
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Shippodo
1-510-780-6761



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Painting of Arhats (J: Rakkan C: Luohan)

Mano Gyotei (1874-1934)

Size: 75" wide and 73" tall

The fierce, humanistic, and zen-like qualities can be seen in these paintings of different arhats. Each arhat representing their understanding of enlightenment engages the vi... Click for details


19th c. Japanese Gilded Buddhist Altar Stand
Japanese: Furniture Pre 1900: item #1243542
MOR4511

19th c. Japanese Gilded Buddhist Altar Stand
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The Kura
tel.81-75-201-3497



Sold, Thank you1  

An antique Buddhist altar table of open design with scrolling legs set into a diapered base, all black lacquered and gilded with genuine gold on front and sides. It is 13 x 29 x 13 inches (34 x 73 x 34 cm) and in overall fine condition with chips and mionor repairs typical of age. This is not from a home shrine, but from a Buddhist Temple. Currently we are displaying the flaming jewel object previously listed and the size is perfect. Due to size this may require special shipping consideratio... Click for details

Antique Chinese Calligraphy Scroll
Japanese: Paintings: Scrolls Pre 1900: item #1243538

Antique Chinese Calligraphy Scroll
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



$2,500  

A sublime calligraphy scroll either having Chinese or Japanese attribution. The rough and swift strokes of the calligraphy can be seen as if movement is caught frozen in time. The calligraphy generally reads as an auspicious poem where the poet is using the flow of water in relation to the spread and development of the family with generation after generation of children. Signed Xiuyang or Shifutsu Age: 19th century. Size: Length 70" Width 28.25"

Edo p. Standing Japanese Figure of Amiddha
Japanese: Carvings: Wood Pre 1900: item #1243534
MOR4510

Edo p. Standing Japanese Figure of Amiddha
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The Kura
tel.81-75-201-3497



sold, thank you!  

A serene expression emenates from this late Edo period Standing Amiddha Bosatsu figure complete with original gilded wood base. Much incense soot encrustation acquired over time. We have cleaned it to some extent, maintaining a sense of age. It is 65 cm tall including the stand and back, the image itself 33 cm tall. It is missing two fingers on the right hand, and the left hand entirely. A hand can be made at additional cost if desired. I have found some prefer original faults and so leave... Click for details

Antique Japanese Kitchen Mizuya Tansu
Japanese: Furniture Pre 1920: item #1243529

Antique Japanese Kitchen Mizuya Tansu
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



$800  

Japanese Mizuya kitchen chest, made from Hinoki wood (Japanese cypress), with lattice panels against a honeycomb patterned screen, sliding top panels with copper hardware in a floral design, a lift lid compartment for storing sake, bottom drawers with copper handles, and sliding glass doors opening into large compartment with tea shelf. Late Meiji period ( 1868-1912) Size: 34.5" height, 25" width, 11.5" depth

Pair of Japanese Bronze Niō Guardians
Japanese: Sculpture: Bronze Pre 1980: item #1243519

Pair of Japanese Bronze Niō Guardians
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



$9,000  

Extremely detailed pair of bronze statues of guardians to the Buddha called Niō or Kongōrikishi. While Buddhism usually promotes pacifism, the Nio guardians are said to have justified the use of physical confrontation to fight back against evil. Nio are typically placed on either side of a temple door. One statue, named Misshaku Kongo or Agyo, has an open mouth to represent the first sound in the Sanskrit language "a", symbolizing birth and overt violence. The other statue is called Na... Click for details

Japanese Isho Sendai Tansu Meiji Age
Japanese: Furniture: Tansu Pre 1920: item #1243513

Japanese Isho Sendai Tansu Meiji Age
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



$4,500  

Beautiful Keyaki Japanese Isho Sendai Tansu from the Meiji Age. Great detail seen in the hardware and fittings. Outstanding Grain in the keyaki hardwood that stands out with the warmth and depth of the finish. Rare to have Keyaki used in this way. Overall in great condition. Dimensions: 35 1/4" High X 17 1/2" Deep X 46" Long

Antique Japanese Vanity Tansu
Japanese: Furniture Pre 1930: item #1243490

Antique Japanese Vanity Tansu
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



$850  

Small Japanese vanity tansu with seven drawers and two sliding doors, the front done in a variety of hardwoods, panels in gorgeous dark Jichimu (chickenwing wood) framed in rosewood, another set of sliding doors done in Keyaki wood, with brass handles and a beautiful lacquered black interior. Taisho period (1912-1926) Size: 13.5" height, 13.5" width, 9.5" depth

Antique Japanese Rootwood Burl Tray
Japanese: Carvings: Wood Pre 1920: item #1243471

Antique Japanese Rootwood Burl Tray
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



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Antique Japanese rootwood burl kashibachi, or serving dish for sweets. It is hand-carved from a beautiful hardwood, all in one continuous piece, and has very interesting twists and gnarls throughout. Meiji period (1868-1912) Size: 12.72" height, 16.5" width

A Late Edo to Early Meiji Okimono of a Seated Dog
Japanese: Ceramics: Porcelain Pre 1900: item #1243426
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A Late Edo to Early Meiji Okimono of a Seated Dog
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Ichiban Japanese and Oriental Antiques
203.272.7392



 

This is one of the most fascinating Arita pieces we have ever had in the collection. It is a meticulously molded or hand formed porcelain okimono of a rather “goofy” looking dog with pop eyes and a pigeon toed stance. It is in a seated position and has a short beard like connection from the bottom of the head and his tail forms a perfect handle. The body of the dog has an overglaze enamel floral decoration on his two sides and the back of his neck done in reds, greens, pink and blue. The base of... Click for details

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