Gorgoues Antique Japanese Keyaki burl cha (tea) tansu. Wonderful original condition and glowing finish. Useful for storage with its many sliding doors and drawers. Single shelf located behind the large sliding doors.
Meiji Period (1868 - 1912)
Dimensions: 34" Long X 14" Deep X 42 1/2" High
Antique Japanese Coral Carved Brooch
Antique Japanese coral brooch that has been exquisitely carved with chrysanthemums and peonies. Certain areas have been pierced through, adding to the depth of the carve work.
Size: 1.75" length
Antique Pair of Chinese Rosewood Cabinets with Dragons
Antique Chinese pair of beautiful rosewood cabinets that have been skillfully carved with the image of two mirrored dragons surrounded by smoke motifs on the front doors, lucky bats holding strands of coins with auspicious characters on the sides, and also the Shou symbol between two bats along the bottom panel which doubles as a large drawer. The inside has upper and lower shelving and two large drawers side by side. Date from the early to mid 20th century.
Size: 43.5" height, 36.75" width,... Click for details
Japanese Small Bronze Suiban with Ducks
A small Japanese suiban made of bronze, to fill with small viewing stones, pebbles, or sand. Swimming ducks and irises decorate the sides, and the handles are elephant heads.
Size: 2.25" height, 6.25" length
Chinese Pottery Roof Tile of Horse and Rider
Charming Chinese antique pottery roof tile in the form of a nobleman on horseback, glazed in three colors, fitted with a hardwood stand, Ching Dynasty 19th century.
Size with stand: 15 1/2" high x 10" long x 6" wide.
Japanese Pair of Dragon and Tiger Scrolls by Sumiyoshi Hiroyuki
A pair of Japanese Edo Period scroll paintings by the painter Sumiyoshi Hiroyuki (1755-1811) , one of a dragon in the clouds and another of a tiger in a bamboo thicket, skillfully painted in sumi ink on silk and signed by the artist. The painter, Hiroyuki was as disciple of the painter, Hiromori and a of successor of the Sumiyoshi School which worked primarily for the Shogunate of Edo Period.
The Sumiyoshi school was founded in 1662 when Emperor Gosai (1637-1685 ordered Tosa Hiromichi... Click for details
Pair of Chinese Rosewood and Burl Side Chests
A beautiful pair of Chinese end tables with gorgeous dark burl front drawers, burl top, and sides with a warm rosewood frame. The drawers have metal pulls and have a deep red interior. The edging along the bottom of each table is carved with spiral designs.Very heavy, dates from the early 20th century.
Size: 22" height, 22" width, 16.25" depth
Antique Japanese Keyaki Choba Tansu
Antique Japanese Keyaki (zelkova wood) Choba tansu (merchant chest). Solid Keyaki hardwood used on the top, sides, front and Frame. The front panels are made of a gorgeous, warm Keyaki burl wood in original finish. There are several round iron lock plates that are incised with kiri leave. The handles to the sliding doors are also incised with floral patterns. There is a side lockbox with beautiful decorative hardware that conceals three small drawers within. Original Condition with Original Key... Click for details
Antique Japanese Solid Keyaki Mochi Maker
Beautiful original Meiji Period solid keyaki mochi maker. Vivid strong keyaki wood grains enhance the gorgeous original glowing finsih. Iron work see as a band wraps around the upper edge for stabilization.
Early Meiji Period (1868 - 1912)
Dimensions: 25 1/2" High X 19" Wide
Antique Japanese Bronze Mouse Running Off with Daikoku Money Bag
Antique Japanese Bronze Charming mouse running off with Daikoku's money bag. Two small mouses are sitting atop the money bag for the ride looking for loose grains of rice.
Very well crafted and molded with lovely bronze lacquered finish. Signed by the artist: "Nobumitsu." circa Taisho Period
Japanese Keyaki hardwood stand from Meiji Period.
Dimensions: 10" Long X 5 1/2" High X 5" Deep