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Very large Meiji Period Japanese Imari or Arita charger.. Uncommonly decorated with three floral panels depicting chrysanthemums separated by gilded panels with exotic birds. Painted in traditional Imari colours with ...
Traditional 19th century hand painted Imari bowl with shallow foot and scalloped rim. This bowl is typical of the Imari porcelain ware that was made for export during the Meiji period. It is ...
Fine, Japanese, Meiji period (ca. 1900). plain, heavy gauge circular shallow bowl on foot Japanese "jungin" mark for “pure silver" (believed 999 standard), also Japanese marks for maker ...
Iron tsuba with carved and inlaid decoration of a tiger and bamboo in mixed metal. Raised solid iron rim.
Iron tsuba Tosho revival style. Edo period c.1650
With tea berry plant (Chanomi-bloom) decoration
Japanese kodansu with three drawers in black lacquer with gold flower decoration. Metal fittings.
Rare Japanese Police sword, as carried by officers up to WW2.
Fish skin grip with brass fittings, blade 21.75 inches long to habaki.
Press button lock on scabbard, backstrap showing mounted police ...
A fine quality pair of large circular Japanese chargers made around the early 1920s, beautifully decorated chargers with dragon motifs are profusely decorated in enamels. Offered in excellent condition.
Offered for sale is this early 20th Century Japanese antique satsuma bowl with deep cobalt and gilded decoration with hand painted panels depicting Geishas.
This is a good pair of large Japanese Meiji period shibayama plaques with stunning eagles in hand carved mother of pearl, abalone, bone and wood. The pair date from around ...
An impressive bronze Meiji period censer which is made in two parts. The cover has a large standing figure of a monkey dressed in robes with one arm raised while ...
This richly hand-painted Japanese Imari porcelain vase is beautifully decorated with panels painted with floral displays and geometric designs. To the centre there is a larger shaped oval with a ...
19th Century hanging Japanese tree root carving.
A Japanese Shibayama whist marker. Circa 1910 in hardwood with ivory tabs set with mother of pearl decoration insects & birds.
This is an attractive Japanese bronze of a Samurai with a bisen-to, decorated with a reddish patination, signed, on a wood stand.
A Meiji period bronze farmer resting on his spade as he pauses to smoke a pipe, with a basket of vegetables at this feet, signed.
With a carved wood base.
A fine Meiji period bronze of a fruit picker by UDAGAWA Kazuo
His bronze work is in a collection in the Japanese Art Department of Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.
His original name was ...
This figural group shows a mendicant Oni with a tattered umbrella and wearing a voluminous shakudo cloak over gilt tiger mask greaves. A smaller oni wears similar greaves and a ...
Taishō period silvered bronze storks stood upon original lacquer base. With original presentation boxes. Height incl the base 16 1/4′.
A charming Meiji period bronze of a boy collecting sweet chestnuts by Seiya, he carries a basket and is looking down at an insect crawling over his hand, he is ...
This is a nice Antique Japanese Kutani Tashiro Period Hand Painted Hand Made Tea Set 14 pieces,
Exceptional quality Eggshell Hand painted Porcelain c 1912-26.
Details are just amazing the pieces is ...
A Japanese cloisonné sample set, comprising 10 small metal vases showing the various stages of cloisonné production, all in a silk brocade covered box with a red silk lining. Meiji ...
Japanese bronze and bamboo opium pipe the bronze engraved with foliage and overlaid with silver
This is a charming Japanese Meiji white metal elephant inkwell which dates from around 1880. The young elephant is very well modelled and is seated with his trunk sticking out ...
A fine and unusual 19th century Japanese vase of large proportions, this vase is superbly decorated throughout with mythical scenes, the attention to detail is like no other.
The vase has ...
A pair of Japanese Satsuma earthenware vases, each of baluster form painted in coloured enamels and gilding with a continuous band showing courtly pursuits including, calligraphy, playing go reading and ...
A Japanese polished bronze mirror from the Edo Period (1615 - 1868) cast in high relief with a central roundel featuring a pair of cranes being fed by a turtle. ...
This large vase has a central continuous band of scrolling green karakusa on a pale green ground.
Signed/Inscribed: Ando mark
This dark green vase has yellow and white narcissi in yusen and musen enamels.
Literature: See Gregory Irvine, Japanese Cloisonne, V&A, 2006, page 97 for a similar example in the Victoria ...
This vase has three sparrows perched on a cherry branch. In variegated polychrome cloisonne on a white ground. Showa period
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