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Tray (1) - Wood - Japan - Meiji period (1868-1912)

japanese decoration tray , nashiji lacquer and makie


Kiseru, Kieruzutsu (2) - Bamboo, Deer horn, metal - Samurai - Japan - Meiji period (1868-1912)

Offered is a Japanese pipe container (Muso-zutsu) made of deer horn with the depiction of a samurai warrior en face under a pine tree. The samurai is carved in high relief in full armor and with a drawn sword. The trunk of the pine tree is depicted in bas relief on the back. The


Hanging scroll, Painting - Silk - ’Sekirei’ 石嶺 - Kacho-ga - with signature and seal ’Sekirei’ 石嶺 - Japan - Meiji period (1868-1912)

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Vase (1) - Bronze - Waves - Japan - Meiji period (1868-1912)

Japanese Meiji period bronze vase. A nicely patinated Japanese Meiji period bronze vase decorated in 3 registers: the shoulders with decorated lappets, the body with a continuous archistic style band and the bottom with interesting elaborate wave forms. Displays well;good


Censer 'gui' (1) - Bronze - Foo dog - Japan - Meiji period (1868-1912)

Small bronze incense burner Japan Meiji period. Lid with a Fo dog. Good condition. Dimensions 100*100*50mm. Weight 442g


Imary vase (1) - Porcelain - Japan - Meiji period (1868-1912)

Very beautiful stoneware vase. This is a Japanese Imari vase. It dates from the end of the 19th century. It is entirely hand painted with traditional patterns in red and cobalt blue tones. The sides are scalloped. Flowers and geometric patterns follow one another. It is in very


Dish (1) - Terracotta - Tokoname ware - Japan - Early 20th century

Round dish in painted terracotta and gold highlights, Japan, Early 20th century Diameter 37 cm


Crucifix - Brass, Cloisonne enamel, Enamel - Nanban crucifix - Japan - Meiji period (1868-1912)

Metal Crucifix, Bronze, Cloisonné Enamel - Religious - Japan - Meiji period (1868-1912) Nanban crucifix in metal. Christ in bronze


Censer (1) - Satsuma - Earthenware - A Japanese Satsuma Ware Censer - Japan - Meiji period (1868-1912)

A Japanese Satsuma censer bowl dating from the late Meiji period, of pumpkin shape, on a tripod, beautifully and in a detailed way painted with samurai warriors on a blue ground, paired with kirin handles, the cover with a Shishi finial, Meiji. The height is about 52 centimetres


Antique Mirror Stand with Pine, Bamboo, and Plum Maki-e - Lacquered wood - Vanity Tool - Japan - Meiji period (1868-1912)

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Original woodblock print - Washi paper - Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797-1861) - 'Asahina Saburô Yoshihide in a Wrestling Match with Strange People from Various Countries' - Japan - 1843-45 (Tenpō 14-Kōka 2)

Original woodblock print - Washi paper - Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797-1861) - 'Asahina Saburô Yoshihide bankoku sumô no zu' 朝比奈三郎義秀万国すもふの図 (Asahina Saburô Yoshihide in a Wrestling Match with Strange People from Various Countries) - Japan - 1843-45 (Tenpō 14-Kōka 2) Asahina Saburô


Natsugi 夏妓 (Summer Geisha) – Japan – Heisei period (1989-2019) - Torii Kotondo (Kiyotada V) (1900-1976) - Woodblock print (Ishukankokai Commemorative Reprint) - Japan

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Plum Blossom - Kishi Ganrei (1816-1883) - Japan - 19th century

Kishi Ganrei (1816–1883) Work dimensions: 186 x 62 cm. Material rollers: wood. provenance: - Private collection, the Netherlands. Comes from the most important Dutch private collection of Japanese art. Viewing is of course possible. We also have our own in-house frame shop, which


Vase - Bronze - Japan

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Yuge 湯気 (vapour) – After Bath - 1960s - Ito Shinsui (1898-1972) - Published by Momose モモセ - Japan

Original Very Large woodcut print by Ito Shinsui 1898-1972 - Published by Momose - Vapour – After Bath — 湯気 - Japan - 1960's. Artist: Ito Shinsui 1898-1972. Period: c. 1960. Signature: Artist's Seal. Dimensions: Vertical Frame size 50,5 x 40,6 cm (46,1 x 37,7cm workart / 18 x 14


Cabinet - Wood, ‘Keyaki’ wood (Zelkova - Japanese oak), Silver leaf, Bronze - Japan

Beautiful wooden cha'dansu 茶箪笥 (tea cabinet) in 2 sections, with many intricate details. Fully cleaned and waxed. The frame of this cabinet is made of precious ‘Keyaki’ wood (Zelkova - Japanese oak). The panels of the sliding doors and the drawer faces are veneered with


Complete set of 46 Woodblock prints (reprint) - Published by Yūyūdō 悠々洞 - Paper - Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) - 'Fugaku sanjūrokkei' 富岳三十六景 (Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji) - Japan - Shōwa period (1926-1989)

Fugaku Sanjurokkei (Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji) is considered one of the greatest ukiyoe prints of the time and is also known as one of Hokusai's masterpieces. Fuji, depicted by Hokusai, has an overwhelming presence in the midst of rugged nature and is beautifully depicted in


Sculpture - Bronze - Takamura Koun (1852-1934) - With seal 'Takamura Kōun' 高村光雲 - bronze Buddha of Guanyin - Japan - Taishō period (1912-1926)

Artist: Takamura Koun“高村光雲” (1852-1934) was a Japanese sculptor and sculptor of Buddha statues in the early 20th century. In 1889, he became a royal artist of the Japanese Empire. In 1893, his works were exhibited at the Chicago World's Fair, and in 1900, his works were exhibited


New Year's Eve Foxfires at the Changing Tree, Ôji (Ôji Shôzoku enoki Ômisoka no kitsunebi) - Utagawa Hiroshige I (Japanese, 1797–1858) - Japan - Re-print in late Edo period

Original woodblock print (early reprint) Utagawa Hiroshige I (Japanese, 1797–1858): "New Year's Eve Foxfires at the Changing Tree, Ôji (Ôji Shôzoku enoki Ômisoka no kitsunebi), from the series One Hundred Famous Views of Edo (Meisho Edo hyakkei)「名所江戸百景 王子装束ゑの木大晦日の狐火"」- Japan -


Very fine shishi censer - tomobako signed 'Seikindō saku' 精金堂作 - Censer - white bronze

With wooden stand. INcluding inscribed tomobako. Measurements: 18,9 x 9 x 18,2 cm. weight: 2,2 kg. Very good condition, there are signs of age and wear from normal use, stains, scratches, rubbings, marks; please, see pictures for actual condition. Registered shipping with


Bench, Chest - Wood - Bench made for export with finely carved decoration of dragons amidst clouds and phoenixes - Japan - Meiji period (1868-1912)

Antique Japanese bench chest sitting room, Meiji period ca 1870s, in hand-carved hardwood with dragons. Complete with keys with double lock, removable lining. High shipping cost for custom packaging.


Suzuribako 硯箱 (writing box) - Ogata Kôrin-style - Gold, Lacquer, Silver - Flowers, Grape, fruit - High quality nashiji lacquer writing box with maki-e & inlaid raden of grape patterns - Japan - Edo Period (1600-1868)

Very fine nashiji and maki-e artwork. Beautiful grape patterns are designed on the surface of this Suzuribako with maki-e and mother of pearl techniques, the water drop also carved with grape patterns, very vivid and all of these patterns made the suzuribako very charming.


Rare Woodblock print Illustrated books! 'Senkeiban zushiki' 占景盤圖式 voll 1-2 (complete) - Art Bonsai - Paper - Suminoe Buzen 墨江 武禅 (1734-1806) - Japan - 1925 (Taisho 14)

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Excellent Quality Japan Wooden Noh Mask of Heita (Red) 能面 平太 (赤), full set with mask bag & box - Wood - Japan

Item Description: Mask Name: Noh Mask of Heita (Red) 能面 平太 (赤), (The Heita mask is used for warrior-ghost roles. Egarano Heita Kanenaga, said to be a brave warrior of the Kamakura period, appears in the play Ebira (The Quiver). ) Maker: carved and painted by 膳隆 Material:


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