Beautiful Japanese altar table, intricately carved on its sides with flowers and billowing wind designs, coated in gold leaf. The lacquerwork is known as nashiji, a process in which gold flakes are sprinkled onto the surface and then burnished with charcoal over the lacquer so the gold is visible. 19th century
Size: 5.5" tall, 10.5" wide
Japanese Six Panel Screen blooming flowers
Japanese Six panel screen with gold paneling. Large pink roses budding in the afternoon sun. Overall great condition. 19th Century screen. Rimpa school of art in Japan.
Dimensions: 56 3/4" High X 140" Long
Antique Japanese Copper Tea Kettle
Japanese copper tea kettle decorated with a variety of flowers in gold overlay. The lid's handle resembles a large sunflower and has silver on its bottom. Spout has a hinged cover. Edo period, 19th century
Size: 7.5" tall, 10.5" wide
Japanese Four Panel Screen Flowers in bloom
Japanese four panel screen from the Showa period (circa 1950's). Wild white native Japanese flowers in bloom. Young tree blossoming its Autumn red colored leaves. Simple and elegant seen in Japanese form.
Dimensions: 65 3/4" High X 70 1/2" Long
Antique Chinese Pair Of Carved Wooden Dragon Corbels
Very detailed pair of wooden corbels, carved in the image of two Chinese dragons with deep green, scaly bodies, bright red accenting their mouths, whiskers, and the edges of the carvings. Their horns have remnants of silver color looking almost like sand. Each corbel is mounted on a black metal stand.
Size: 14.5" tall, 36" long
Japanese Cannon Buroki Edo Age
Japanese Cannon Buroki from the Nagata area in Japan. Edo Age (Circa 1850's). Beautiful original finish on the inside and out. Wonderful condition with deep radiant warm finish. Locking main hinged doors.
Dimensions: 38 1/2" High X 33 1/2" Long X 16" Deep
Japanese Isho Tansu
Japanese Isho Tansu from the Sakata area in Japan. Meiji period. Wonderful condition with beautiful original Sugi wood (Ceder) lacquer finish on the top and sides. Stunning contrast in the natural kiri wood front finish. Locking hinged door with three small hidden drawers located behind.
Dimensions: 35" High X 41 1/2" Long X 16 1/2" Deep
Antique Chinese Bronze Buddha Hand Citron Censer
Bronze Ming Dynasty censer in the shape of a Buddha's hand citron, a citrus planet originating from China, named so for its resemblance to hand gestures known as mudra, which Buddha is commonly depicted making. The censer's lid has the shape of leaves and the plant sits on its own vines.
Ming Dynasty: 14th-17th century
Size: 5" tall, 8" long
price on request
Woodblock Print of Jizo-in Kinugasayama by Saito
Japanese woodblock print by Kiyoshi Saito (1907-1997) entitled Jizo-in Kinugasayama and dated 1968. A beautiful scene of the gate to Jizo-in Temple in Kyoto as seen through the stand of tall bamboo that grows on either side. No. 14 of 100.
Size in frame: 25 1/4" high x 19 1/4" wide. Size of print: 20 1/2" high x 15" wide.
Chinese White Metal Snuff Bottle With Working Clock
Very interesting snuff bottle made from sturdy white metal, with a beautiful design of a tree branch with budding flowers. Center of bottle has a working clock (Omega, Switzerland 1880 mark), with moving gears visible from the backside, with a blue glass tipped crown on bottle's side. Topper is made from yellow brass and coral.
Size: 3" height, 2" width