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A pair of wood candle stand painted with colorful urushi. The plate for candle on the top is made of metal. In excellent condition except for some tiny chips on the rim of the top plate and urushi came off in the bottom of one candle. 20th century. H:37cm Diameter of the bottom:10cm
Large Japanese Keyaki lacquered Hibachi vessel with glitter design.
Hibachi is a traditional Japanese heating device.
Age: Japan, Showa Period, Early 20th Century
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Wood container in the shape of bamboo shoot and has colorful lacquer painted. In good condition but has minor dents and dirt. The first half of the 20th century. H:14.5cm Diameter:9.5cm
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Old (1920's) Japanese Lacquer Inro with Boxwood Toad Netsuke by Masanao III Miyake Kisaburo
It is 2.8 inches (7.2 cm) tall and 2.2 inches (5.5cm) wide. The netsuke is 1.2 inches (3 cm) by 0.97 inch (2.5 cm) wide. It is 42.9 gram.
It is in good condition with no repairs except chips, peeling of lacquer and surface scratches (as seen in the photos).
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A very rare 19th century elaborate head dress (Kanmuri or crown) of gilded parts inset with glass surmounted by a phoenix flanked by two dragons for use in the Japanese Noh Theater. A golden phoenix takes flight from the peak, surrounded by sun, moon and flaming jewel from which are suspended extravagant chains of glass and coral beads and gilded ornaments. Made of brass, paper, wood and thin wire, the entire is covered in gold with the sun and moon in enamel and burning jewels in glass...
This antique Japanese Marquetry box is a good example of the meticulous craftsmanship and attention to detail that marked the Japanese Meiji Period. The sides of the lid have scalloped opening which ease the removal opening of the box which was probably designed for glove storage. 10.5 x 3.5 x 3.75 inches
A fine KAMAKURA BORI koro in the shape of a lion ( shishi ); Kamakura bori = special type of lacquer typical of the Kamakura area. Signed Shunsho; kiri-tomobako inscribed: Kamakura bori shishi koro, Shunsho Sogaku tsukuru. Late Meiji to Taisho, c. 1900-20. H. 19 cm, L. 24,5 cm. Condition: perfect!
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An exquisite set of five trays, horse-chestnut lacquered clear to reveal the exquisite grain patterns and decorated each with a unique poem by Matszaka Kian. The trays are 36 x 30 x 5 cm (14 x 12 x 2 inches) and are all in excellent condition. The poems read:
Yamashita Yu-yo Hogusa Ro Kyohen Ryusui Ochi Hanamura (Evenings sunlight low in the mountains, the scent of grass on the road; Below the bridge water travels, floating blossoms). This is from the poem anthology Meishiso...
Of Steeply conical form with a bulbous top. This jingasa is constructed of hide and cloth, shaped in a mold, lacquered in reddish brown lacquer, with a gilt rising sun mon on the rounded apex.
The samurai class in feudal Japan, as well as their retainers and footsoldiers (ashigaru), used several types of jingasa made from iron, copper, wood, paper, bamboo, or leather...
A circular form rising to a shallow point at the center, this jingasa is made of hide and cloth shaped in a mold, then finally black lacquered. It is decorated in front with a gold lacquered mon of an enzo which represents eternity. Mounted on a custom iron stand.
Edo Period 19th Century
Size: 18.5" diameter x 4" H (29.5" H on stand)
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A water-worn bowl of natural wood lacquered inside with black and gilded, leaving black lacquer on the rim, to create a startling contrast between the mirror like black, shining gold and ancient weathered wood. It is enclosed in a period wooden box titled Jidai Kihachi Sunabachi (antique Wooden Sunabachi Bowl). It measures 34.5 x 30 x 11 cm (14 x 12 x 4 inches). There are two hairline cracks in the gold (see photos).
Early Showa Period C.1935 black lacquered buddhist temple offering table with copper metal fittings. Very good condition. 22" tall and 24" wide. Ask for shipping quote.
SANAI FINE ART & ANTIQUES
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Additional photos for Japanese Makie Tray by Zohiko
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Old (1940's) Japanese Lacquer Cigarette Case Box Signed - Namiki Kokkokai
It is 7 inches (18 cm) in length by 3.3 inches (8.5 cm) wide. It is 0.4 Lb.It is in good condition with no repairs, chips, dents, or cracks except surface scratches (as seen in the photos).
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SANAI FINE ART & ANTIQUES
Sale $175.00 w/US priority mail/ins.
Price was $300.00
The size of Screen: 24” Long x 24 1/8” High(center) x 3/4” Thick. Each panel is 7 1/8” wide. This is 4 panel screen done in black lacquer finish. The screen has violin and other ornaments design. The screen is hand-painted on black lacquer with wooden body. Origin of screen unknown, but I believe form Japan. The age of screen is about 40-50 years old. The condition of screen excellent. There is no crack. The screen kept very good condition. The weight of screen, 6 Pounds...
Antique Japanese black lacquered cha tansu (tea display cabinet) with fabulous, intricate inlay designs of temple scenes, peacocks, and floral motifs. From the southernmost Japanese island known as Ryukyu.
Meiji period (1868-1912)
Size: 31.75" L x 12.5" W x 34.5" H
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Japanese Mother of Pearl and Bone inlaid Lacquer Panel of Tea Ceremony picture on black Lacquer wooden panel, Ca. Meiji period, 1880's, 26" high, 16 1/4" wide, 3/4" depth, two(2) ladies preparing traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony, silver geometric design border on black Lacquered panel inside black lacquered frame. There are some very small lacquer losses around the frame, shows very thin separation on wood panel in the back, but does not show in front, stains on the lady's hair.
Antique Japanese pair of beautifully carved wooden temple fu dogs, with red and gilt pigment remains, each on its own carved pedestal. Fantastic detail in each. One has its mouth open while the other's is closed, representing life and death.
Edo period (1603-1868)
Size: 17.5" L x 10.5" W x 24" H (19"H w/o pedestal)