Zentner Collection: Antique Japanese Tansu, Asian Works of Art
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Antique Japanese Ceramic Tanuki Garden Lantern
Large Interesting Japanese Ceramic Tanuki. A real animal, Similar to a badger (ana-guma) and the raccoon (aria-guma). Some say the large scrotum is a reminder is a reminder not to be stingy. Circa 1930's Dimensions: 32 1/2" High X 14" Wide X 12" Deep
item #1299004
Framed Woodblock Print by Okiie Hashimoto
Framed Japanese woodblock print by artist Okiie Hashimoto (1899-1993) Signed in pencil, with inscription and artist's cartouche. Circa 1959. Size: (entire frame) 35.25" height, 29.25" width (artwork only) 22.5" height, 17.5" width
item #1298912
Antique Chinese Pair of Hardwood Cabinets
Antique Chinese pair of beautiful hardwood cabinets (jumu wood) with open display shelves that have carved side panels with dragons and flora. Its two swinging doors with dramatic woodgrain open with brass fittings and have a roomy, shelved interior within. The finish of the wood is deep red with brown-orange highlights. 19th century. Size: 71" height, 31.5" width, 21.5" depth
item #1298907
Japanese Musha Ningyo (Warrior Doll) of Minamoto Yoshitsune
Japanese antique large musha ningyo (samurai warrior doll) of the great epic hero, Minamoto no Yoshitsune. His handsome face is set in a determined expression, he is seated with sword and saihai (command baton). He wears a spiked helmut, armor and silk robe woven with dragons. Edo Period. Size: 26" high (to very tip of helmet)
item #1298902
Framed Woodblock Print by Junichiro Sekino
Japanese framed woodblock print by esteemed artist and forerunner to the sosaku-hanga movement Jun/Junichiro Sekino (1914-1988). The subject is a young woman sitting in a red chair, embracing a swan. The forms and colors he uses are pleasing to the eye in the way they compliment each other. Signature in bottom. Size: (entire frame) 53.25" height, 27.25" width (artwork only) 24" height, 18.5" width
item #1298899
Tibetan Gilt Bronze Statue of Kubera on Beast
Tibetan bronze gilt statue of Kubera, known as the "Lord of Wealth and the North". He originates from Hindu mythology but is also recognized in Buddhism and Jainism. He holds a mongoose as a symbol of his victory over the Nagas, snakelike deities and guardians over treasures. He sits upon the back of a lionlike creature and has an arch of flames with gilt tips behind him. The jewels on his crown and around his neck are dotted with blue and red enamel. Size: 13.5" height, 10" width, 6" depth
item #1298865
Stunning Large Japanese Pair of Antique Iron Lanterns
Exquisite Antique Japanese pair of large garden lanterns. Each is made of cast iron in 10 sections. The roof of each has raised writing, the lantern portions are decorated with kiri blossoms. The pedestals are coiled around with dragons in low relief, the base of each has high relief fu-dogs. Very difficult to collect. Meiji Period (1868 - 1912) All original iron Size of each: 62 1/2" high x 24" wide at widest part. (Each base is approx 20" wide)
item #1298756
Antique Japanese Ko - Tansu
Japanese antique one section tansu with gorgeous dark finish kiri front drawers, decorated with thick iron kakute (square) handles, round Iron lock plates, and incised corner hardware. Meiji Period (1868 - 1912) Original Finish, Beautiful Condition Size: 33.25" height, 22.75" width, 17" depth
item #1298736
Pair of Japanese Gilt Wood Carved Nio
A pair of Japanese wooden carvings of the Nio, or wrathful guardians to the Buddha. While Buddhism beliefs are typically pacifist, the Nio justified physical force in order to defend against evil and are usually found on either side of a temple door. The Nio called Misshaku Kongo or Agyo keeps his mouth open to represent the first sound in the Sanskrit language "a", symbolizing birth and overt violence. The other Nio is called Nareen Kongo or Ungyo and has a closed mouth to represent the last... Click for details
item #1298324
Pair of Antique Chinese Yellow Porcelain Bowls with Dragons
Antique Chinese pair of yellow glaze bowls with incised flying dragons and clouds of smoke along its outer edges, and a single dragon within double rings on the inside center. Wonderful crackling in the glaze is most apparent near the rim and the foot of each bowl. The bottom of each bowl has a Xuande period mark, but most likely dates from the 19th century Ching Dynasty. Size: 3.25" height, 6.5" diameter
item #1298229
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