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Japanese : Pre 1800 item #1257532 (stock #592)
Seated Jizo Bosatsu, the hands forming the gassho mudra of adoration, sculpted in relief from a brown sedimentary stone. Mid- to late-Edo Period ca. 1800. Minor old loss, with softening of the lines and contours. Light lichen accumulation overall.
Height: 29 cm
A sharply stylized little Jizo stone.
Very rare and unusual travel tansu with a black lacquered wooden frame and lacquered wicker front and sides, with two large hinged doors in its front. The inside is lined with paper and has four removable shelves with wooden frames. Edo period (1615-1867) circa 1850s Size: 37.5" height, 34" width, 17.5" depth
Era Woodblock Prints
Scops owl and tree sparrow on a branch, another tree sparrow in flight below
Size: Dai-oban. Approximately 16.5 x 10.25 inches.
Date: Early 20th century.
Publisher: Nishinomiya Yosaku.
Reference: #K20.7, page 187 in Crows, Cranes and Camellias: The Natural World of Ohara Koson (Amy Reigle Newland)
Condition: Tonal differences from framing apparent along the top and bottom.
This powerful owl is very rarely seen.
Japanese iron pagoda statue, with a tall, ridged finial and five "stories". Its base is removable and can hold a candle inside to act as a lantern. Early 20th century. Height 9.5"
Antique two-section Keyaki wood tansu from the Fukushima region of Japan. It has a beautiful, warm woodgrain, iron warabite handles, with cherry blossom and leaf iron decorations above and below each handle, and a corner lockbox with a flower-shaped lock handle and ring pull with flower backing. 19th century Meiji Period. Size: 45" height, 41.75" width, 17.5" depth
Japanese : Pre 1900 item #1256906 (stock #591)
Standing Jizo Bosatsu, the hands pressed flatly together in the gassho mudra of adoration, sculpted in relief from a gray-hued igneous stone. Clearly dated to the 28th year of the Meiji Era (1895). Very minor old loss, with substantial lichen accumulation.
Height: 33.5 cm
An entreating little Jizo with a halo 'round the head and lotus petals underfoot.
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Large 1930's Japanese Satsuma Wood Cutter Carrying Axe Marked Nambe with Paper Label
It is 10.8 inches (27.6 cm) tall by 8.6 inches (22 cm ) wide. It is 6.6 Lb.
It has a small chip at his sleeves, rubbing of gold, and surface wears and scratches (as seen in the photos).
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Golden Age Antiques
This is a beautiful and unique Japanese Cloisonne box.The artist could have be one of at several but it looks like a piece from Inaba,Honda or Shibata. The box is about 50% larger than most boxes and has the same form as a Hayashi box I once had. The silk lining with the mums is exquisite. The box measures 6 inches by 4 1/4 inches and is 2 5/8 tall. The condition is excellent.
Japanese print by sosaku-hanga artist Haku Maki (1924-2000), titled "Work 74-7". It shows the profile of a tree with many long, twisting branches in a beautiful navy blue color against a metallic silver background. The outlines of the tree are embossed, giving it more depth and contrast. Numbered 83/153 and signed in pencil, with Maki's red signature stamp in the corner. Framed. Size: (entire frame) 11.75: height, 9.5" width (artwork only) 8.5" height, 6.25" width
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The cotton spun by this hand is a very good feel.It has slight discoloration.However, there is no damage and it is a very good condition.It is textile of the Meiji era.It is natural indigo dyed cotton . With the old Chinese character, since a "bat" and "fortune" are the same pronunciation, it has been used for the pattern as an animal which calls fortune.The face of a bat is very charming. size:54cm x 44cm (21.2" x 17.3") Meiji Era (1868-1912)
Beautiful Japanese woodblock of a large-crested rooster seated beside a hen with dark brown feathers, who appears to be observing insects in the grass. Stamped and signed by artist "Unkyo". Showa period circa 1930s SIze: (entire frame) 22.75" height, 16.5" width (artwork only) 14.5" height, 9.75" width
Japanese : Pre 1900 item #1256484 (stock #590)
Gorinto (5-tiered stupa) sculpted in one piece from granite. Clearly dated to the opening year of the Kaei Era (1848), late-Edo Period. Very minor old loss.
Height: 81 cm
The gorinto is a uniquely Japanese style of stupa comprising five geometric forms, which correspond (from bottom) to earth, water, fire, wind, and ethereal space...
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Pair Japanese carved Ivory and hand painted on heavy solid Ivory Mandarin Ducks(couple) with inlaid Mother of Pearl eyes, 3 3/8" high, 4 1/4" x 2" wide each, beautifully detailed carving and painted with water color on Ivory. These couple of Mandarin Ducks are made in Japan during 1950's and sold at Gump's in U.S., still retain the partially torn paper stickers "Made in Japan" on the bottom of the male duck. These pair of ducks should stay together forever...
Japanese print titled "Then Zen" by artist Clifton Karhu (1927-2007) depicting the Laughing Buddha Bodai within an ensō, a Zen Buddhist symbol representing enlightenment as well as the simplicity and elegance of Japanese aesthetics. Bodai sits cross-legged and balances a red sake bowl on his head. The words "nip, sip, dip", "swish", and "then zen" are stylistically written outside of the ensō. Red signature marks and large Japanese characters at written on the right side of the print...
Woodblock print by artist Ted Colyer, born 1947 in Nova Scotia, Canada. He graduated Fine Arts at Mt. Allison University and studied in Japan to perfect his woodblock techniques, where he remained for 17 years before returning to Canada. He became a professional artist in 1975 while residing in Japan. This woodblock, titled "Interior" dates from his first year as a professional artist and depicts a room with a central fire pit and tea kettle hanging above it...
Two (2) Japanese bronze candlesticks, each with a wide base in the shape of a lotus pod and a long rod connected to a lotus flower shaped holder. The bottom of one candlestick is engraved with a Japanese signature. Meiji period (1868-1912). Size: 27.25" height, 6.75" width
Very rare tomesode with blue birds. A light to medium weight crepe silk decorated with yuzen dyeing techique and small touches of silk embroidery. On the front panels each bird’s head and throat is embroidered using satin stitch method. Some of the leaves are accented with fine gold threads at their edges and a small grouping of flowers are decorated with very small French knots. The back is plain, except for three white mon (family crests). The painted design is repeated in the lining...
Japanese : Pre 1920 item #1256092 (stock #78614)
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A fine Meiji 12" studio porcelain Hirado vase with basket woven reticulated porcelain painted and blue iris flower and leaf motif beneath a lappet border. Double walled with inner vase also decorated with blue Iris, seen through reticulated china. Excellent condition. No damages or repairs. Postage/insurance extra. Sales tax charged if sold in NY state unless valid NY state tax number and signed NY resale certificate provided.