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Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Pre 1920 item #1451606 (stock #Ohara293)
Era Woodblock Prints
Ohara Koson (Shoson)
Redstarts on Flowering Cherry Branch
Image size: Approximately 13.5 x 7.25 inches.
Matte size: 19.25 x 12 inches.
Koson signature and seal at lower right.
Medium: Japanese woodblock print.
The print is attached at its top corners to a matte board.
Reference: K26.5 in Koson catalog.
Condition: Matte board stained at bottom edge.
"Two Daurian redstarts (Phoenicurus auroreus) are perche...
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Buddhist lion in gilded bronze. Japanese work from the Edo period (17 ° -19 °) difficult to date with precision. However the style of the round patches of the coat does not seem to me to be 17 °, it is more reasonable to think 18 ° -19 °. The cast iron is of good quality and very thick which makes it very heavy (18 kilograms). The bronze was hot gilded with mercury and then covered with translucent lacquer which gives an orange color. A suit of 17 ° -18 ° gilded in the same way is housed...
Modern Japanese Ceramics
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A Shigaraki vase by Furutani Kazuya enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Shigaraki Konsei Hanaire. The Konsei blended clay creates a unique texture. The coloration on thi piece makes it stand apart from its contemporaries. Very unusual and striking combination of raw clay, orange, black and a few crystaline beads of green glazz around two white eyes. It is 29 cm (11-1/2 inches) tall, 15 cm (6 inches) diameter and in excellent condition, directly from the artist.
Set of about fifty antic Chinese wooden stands and some in bronze. Some are disassembled but we have all the pieces and we can easily glued together. The dimensions are between 3 cm for the smallest and 33 cm for the largest. If you have need tell me the dimensions you are looking for, I will look at the ones that would suit and I will send you pictures of them. All are old principally 19th century but some are probably earlier and some are perhaps earlier 20th century. The prices will be in ...
Lilly Parker Antiques, Inc.
"Hong Kong" made Hardwood display Stand, Round Top and Square Bottom, 4 1/2" diameter(inside top rim), 2 3/8" high, 5 1/2" square(bottom), the condition is good.
Lilly Parker Antiques, Inc.
Pair "Hong Kong" made hardwood Display Stand, Square Bottom and Round Top, 4" diameter(inside top rim), 2" high, 5" square(bottom), cut corners around 4 feet, the condition is good.
Indian Subcontinent : India : Textiles : Pre 1900 item #1451556 (stock #WN338)
An assemblage of a figural Baluchari silk sari end panel fragment, showing five European men riding on double-deck railway coach, dating around 1800. Edged with a Kashmiri wool shawl fragment and edged with linen or cotton. Once framed and possibly sold as souvenir. Mounted on cardboard. Condition: faded, a stain. Dimension total: 30.8 x 25.5 cm.
Antique Stones Japan
A set of 11 standing devas (Jp. ten) in polychromed wood arrayed in two rows on a gilt-wood platform. Early-Edo Period ca. 1650. Old minor loss to the polychrome, as well as loss to the hands of three deva figures.
Height of each figure: 10.5 cm
The two figures on either end of the upper level of the two-tier platform, distinct from the other nine pieces inasmuch as they have no rock and lotus-l...
Kozuka in sentoku inlaid with silver, gold plated strip (not gilded) details inlaid in solid gold. This is one of the 24 Chinese legends on filial piety, that of Mo-So who brings a tasty bamboo shoot to his old mother in the middle of winter. Kozuka of good quality but faded from having been worn. Part of the silver beard missing. Edo period 19th century or earlier. It would be necessary to find the name of the artist to date with certainty, I did not do it but I can do it on request. Size 1...
Certainly Choki the devil hunter emptying his sack, it is funny to see the three devils captured and emptied from the sack depicted on the inner side of the kozuka, so the artist has cleverly increased his reading page using the reverse side as well.Many goldsmith techniques used. Partly golden. Sentoku silver and solid gold inlays. Probably Meiji period late 19th century. It would be necessary to find the name of the artist to date with certainty, I did not do it but I can do it on request. ...
Japanese : Samurai : Sword Fittings : Pre 1900 item #1451552 (stock #143)
Kozuka shibuichi inlay with gold and silver. I think ,with this large hat and sword that's Chokki the Oni hunter.The reverse striped simulating rain what would explain the large hat? Signed on side. Excellent quality. Excellent quality.Probably Meiji period. It would be necessary to find the name of the artist to date with certainty, I did not do it but I can do it on request. Fine condition. About 100x15mm.
Helen M Edwards
Length: 8.4 cm (3.4 in)
Height: 7.6 cm (3 in)
Depth: 6.5 cm (2.7 in)
Weight: 311 gms (11 oz)
Quality Chinese silver enamel box; enamelled butterfly decoration surrounding each side; peach finial with chased birds alongside; marked silver and maker’s mark to the base
Japanese : Samurai : Sword Fittings : Pre 1800 item #1451548 (stock #145)
Iron kozuka inlaid with a bronze or brass paddle wheel and waves.Details in silver. Simple but powerful good work. It reminds me of the Onin style tsuba. This kozuka seems to me very old 18 ° or before. Its simple appearance while being of good quality, its solidity makes me think that it was not made during the peaceful and sumptuous Edo period but before during the agitated war period of Muromachi. Dimensions about 100x15 mm
Modern Japanese Ceramics
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Five unique plates by Tomimoto Kenkichi, from various eras depicting bucolic scenery each uniquely signed on the back. Kenkichi changed his signature regularly, which makes it very easy to date his works. These date from the 1950s. Each is between 18.5 and 19.5 cm diameter (roughly 7-1/2 inches). One has a slight firing flaw near at the rim, otherwise they are all in excellent condition. A smaller 6th plate will be included, bonus.
Tomimoto Kenkichi (1886-1963) is one of Japan's fin...
Japanese : Samurai : Sword Fittings : Pre 1800 item #1451543 (stock #146)
Iron kozuka inlaid with a bronze or brass lobster.Details in silver. Simple but powerful good work. It reminds me of the Onin style tsuba. This kozuka seems to me very old 18 ° or before. Its simple appearance while being of good quality, its solidity makes me think that it was not made during the peaceful and sumptuous Edo period but before during the agitated war period of Muromachi. Dilmensions about 100x15 mm
Japanese : Samurai : Sword Fittings : Pre 1900 item #1451540 (stock #141)
Sentoku (copper) cast with a lobster gilded.Simple I hope for complete yours sword mounting. Around 100x15mm
Japanese : Samurai : Sword Fittings : Pre 1900 item #1451537 (stock #144)
Kozuka of good quality.Shibuichi inlaid with silver, gold shakudo and sentoku. Cockfighting and a Chinese person. curiously no signature. About 100x15mm Good condition. 19th century or earlier.
Japanese : Samurai : Sword Fittings : Pre 1900 item #1451536 (stock #140)
Kozuka representing pumpkins and its leafs.Bronze inlaid with shakudo , silver, copper and gold. Some part gilded. No signature. About 100 x 15 mm Edo period. 19° or earlier?