Contemporary Japanese Kaidon Tansu (staircase). Solid construction from old Teak hardwood. Two sliding doors open up to shelved compartments finished inside and out. The bottom compartment shelf can be adjusted to different heights depending on usage. Two Sections.
Dimensions: 6' High X 70" Long X 19 1/2" Deep
Antique Chinese Glazed Porcelain Water Dropper
Chinese glazed, green porcelain water dropper, in a zoomorphic form resembling a canine, with finely etched "hairs" along its body. It is baring its teeth and has three holes, two in its mouth (one plugged, the other open for the flow of water) and one in its back to be filled with water. Qing dynasty, reign of K'ang Hsi (1662-1722)
Size: 3" tall, 2.25" wide
Antique Chinese Porcelain Incense Holder
Blue and white heavy porcelain incense holder, with a painting of a person sitting cross-legged with open water to their one side and boulders and trees to their other, with gaping-mouthed Chinese dragons going along the sides of the holder. Qing dynasty 18th century
Size: 2.5" tall, 3.5" wide
Antique Daoguang Porcelain Bowl With Feminine Imagery
Beautiful Chinese antique porcelain bowl, with golden rim, made during the reign of Emperor Daoguang (1821-1850). Painted along its sides are beautiful young Chinese girls performing leisurely tasks, such as painting scrolls and reading, wearing bright and colorful robes in shades of pink, blue, purple, and green, and surrounded by potted flowers. Mark on bottom reads "Da Qing Daoguang Nian Zhi" or "Qing Dynasty Daoguang period make".
Size: 7" wide, 3.5" tall
Japanese Two Section Isho Tansu
Japanese two section kuri wood (chestnut wood) tansu from the Meiji period. This type of Tansu is from the Nigata area in Japan. Great detail seen in hardware with a flower in each of the locking mechanisms on the drawers. The wood is finished with a wonderful warm radiant that glows and allows the depth of the grain to show through (Original Finish).
Dimensions: 41" High X 37 1/2" Long X 17 1/2" Deep
Japanese Pair of High Quality Mixed Metal Usubatas
Antique set of two Japanese flower vase known as an usubata, used in the art of ikebana or flower arranging, made from mixed metals. They both have square tops with a swirling wind design blowing silver and gold leaves about, oriental designs along the top rim, and beautiful flower designs along the outer rim. The left and right sides of the usubatas' bodies have very detailed dragons with lashing tongues and finned wings. The fronts and backs show different forms with gold overlay accents,... Click for details
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Japanese Kiri Two Section Tansu
Japanese Two section Tansu (clothing chest) from the Meiji Period. Made of Japanese Kiri wood with a natural finish. Unusual design in hardware used for the handles on each side of the tansu.
Dimensions: 40 1/2" High X 37" Long X 16 3/4" Deep
Japanese Two Section Tansu
Japanese Kiri wood two section tansu from the Meiji period. Natural wood finish with the beautiful grain seen throughout. Small hinged locking door with two hidden drawers tucked away inside. Overall in great condition.
Dimensions: 40 3/4" High X 36 1/2" Long X 16 3/4" Deep
Chinese Porcelain Laughing Buddha/Budai Statue
Porcelain statue of the Laughing Buddha/Budai, whose name means "cloth sack" and is depicted holding the cloth sack he is believed to have lived in. He wears pink and light yellow robes with flower patterns, has a lotus flower creeping down his left breast, is holding prayer beads, and has five happy children climbing on him. 20th century
Size: 9" tall, 8" wide
Chinese Porcelain Smiling Buddha/Budai Statue
Glazed porcelain statue of the Smiling Buddha or Budai in colorful light blue and yellow robes with flower patterns. Five small children are climbing on his hefty form, which is a common depiction for Budai. He also holds a strand of prayer beads in his left hand. 20th century
Size: 7.75" tall, 5.5" wide