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Unusual Japanese Blue & White Water Jug of the Meiji Period - this item has silver plated mounts and handle and was made for the English market after ...
Rare socket bayonet with Japanese markings.
Not unlike a Enfield pattern bayonet.
Beautifully decorated and aged, large Japanese bronze jardinière. Footed lobed body with collar rim. Applied decoration of birds amongst flowering cherry branches over water. Stunning Verdigris patination emphasising relief decoration. Verdigris ...
Elaborately decorated Japanese Meiji Period Imari (Arita) bowl with Fuku mark. Footed shallow bowl. The interior decorated with a central landscape panel encircled by shaped panels with flowers and Karakusa scrolls. The ...
A grand Japanese porcelain Imari vase hand painted with various scenes. This vase most probably originated from Arita in Hizen Province in Japan. It has an interesting provenance. It was ...
Offered for sale is this hand carved marble Tiger with glass eyes.
A lovely Japanese antique Imari plate, this plate has scalloped edge, is decorated in the traditional style. On the reverse it is decorated around the rim also blue line.
A decorative Champlevé Japanese bronze vase now fitted as a table lamp. The bronze vase is decorated with the champlevé technique with inlayed coloured enamel on wooden base. The new ...
Large Japanese Charger
Impressed mark: Yamatoku (Mountain virtue).
Mark when impressed is in 'katagana' characters.
This mark occurs mostly around 1910-20
Comes with original wooden display stand
Early 20th century nicely cared in bone handle and scabbard overall condition is good the blade is an old Samurai short sword later fitted with the decorated bone work, length ...
Signed tang overall condition good the blade is out of polish but looks good though it has some issues, overall length of 67cm, offering free delivery.
The blade is out of polish showing some use, consider a good collection piece, signed on tang scabbard repainted Large in size and weight, consider the signed blade earlier than ...
A stunning large fabric picture of Wisteria, made in Japan in the Meiji Period- late 19th century. It is signed with a red seal mark. The picture looks to be ...
Japanese Wood Block. Mid 19th Century, Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock print in inks and colour on paper (probably mulberry bark paper) after Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1854) from the series A Comparison of ...
Japanese Ginbari Chrysanthemum Enamelled Vase. This pigeon blood vase features a cloisonné enamel over an embossed silver foil (ginbari). The foil has embossed butterflies as well as dimpling. The enameling ...
The vases are inlaid with gold and silver with the subject of a japans man sitting on the right hand vases and a Japanese lady sitting on the left hand ...
Pair of beautiful buttons, depicting a foliate scene with birds. Each is hexagonal in shape and within a gold mount. Each with a loop mounted to the reverse. Length 3cms. ...
Bronze counter, relief moulded with cranes and chrysanthemums. Each of the panels has a different insect in materials including mother of pearl, horn and coral 9.5cm long. Meiji.
Japanese sword katana, unsigned but with a four characters in red lacquer on the tang.
In shin-gunto mounts.
Blade 26 inches long, mushroom shaped hamon.
Looks older than the WW2 mounts.
This is a beautiful large Japanese antique porcelain vase of double gourd shape from the Meiji period, circa 1870. The vase is beautifully hand painted in bold Imari colours decorated ...
A fine antique Japanese hand painted Satsuma vase. Signed on the bottom by Hododa. Above the signature is the circle with a cross denoting the Shimazu Clan Mark. We date ...
A fine antique Japanese hand painted Satusuma-Yaki vase of rectangular shape. Signed, circa 1900.
Antique, hand painted, finely detailed Japanese Satsuma vase of unusual tapering shape. Signed on the bottom Shuzan.
A finely painted Satsuma cream jug
A highly-detailed hand painted Satsuma Koro
Signed through a stamp at the bottom
A detailed and finely hand painted Japanese satsuma vase
Signed Hattori from Yokohama, with Shimazu Mon above
An unusual small Anglo-Japanese coffee table dating from circa 1920s. In ebonised wood the tripod stile feet joined by an undershelf and supporting a carved hexagonal top carved with leaf ...
This is a good pair of Meiji period Japanese Cloisonné vases in perfect condition dating from around 1870. The pair are of fluted form and have polychrome decoration of stylised ...
An interesting, very fine painted large KUTANI charger.
Japan, Meiji period,
Interesting with this charger is the very fine paintwork and that the paint is not rubbed but in very good condition ...
This is a very good quality 19th century Japanese Ginbari vase from the Meiji period in stunning condition. The Ando style vase has a rich red foil ground decorated with ...
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