A beautiful Japanese haori, a traditional mid-waist coat similar to a kimono. Hand-woven with intricate gold thread motifs of flying phoenixes and cherry blossoms on branches against a white ground. The haori is either worn open or closed by the cord in front.
Size: 49" L x 31" H
Japanese Silk Fabric with Flowers
Japanese section of silk fabric, hand-woven in cream white and gold thread in delicate patterns of flowers.
Size: 79.5" x 40"
Japanese Silk Fabric with Gold Thread
Antique Japanese 15ft long section of silk fabric, hand-woven with gold thread in motifs of flora and fauna on a bright orange background.
Size: 180" L (15ft) x 27.5"
Japanese Silk Kimono with Flowers
Japanese silk kimono with shibori style ground, motifs of coins with peonies, kiri leaves, pine trees, and other floral elements against geometric patterns. Splashes of pink add a touch of feminine color to the kimono.
Size: 49" L x 66" H
Japanese Lion Dance Kabuki Actor Doll
Japanese kabuki actor doll, dressed as a fearsome white lion with long, flowing mane, made with real hair. He wears silk garments of bright orange, white and grey, with his face done in traditional cat eye makeup of white, black, and red.
Size: 16.75" x 13.75" x 20.5" H
18th Century Korean Jar
A large Korean porcelain jar, glazed in a transparent white with slight blue undertones. The upper body is rounded, with a short, flat rim and glazed interior. The lower body tapers down with a slightly fluting foot, left bare along the rim.
18th Century Chosun Dynasty
Size: 8" W x 10" H
Antique Japanese Porcelain Figure of Fukurokuju
A charming porcelain figurine of Fukurokuju, one of the Seven Lucky Gods of Fortune. Fukurokuju is the god of wisdom and longevity, and is easily recognized by characteristics such as his dramatic, elongated forward, his root wood cane, and the scroll he holds. He wears a beautiful, flowing robe with flying cranes accented by gilt outlines. The cranes are an attribute to Fukurokuju as they, too, are a symbol of longevity.
Meiji period (1868-1912)
Size: 7" L x 6" W x 12" H
Contemporary 3-Section Japanese Kaidon Step Tansu
Japanese contemporary Kaidon tansu, or step tansu, comprised of three sections. Made with Keyaki (elm) wood, this tansu will hold many precious things within its various size drawers and compartments. Each compartment opens from both sides, so this Kaidon can be facing either direction. Its doors feature vertical slats to create an interesting contrast of texture and design. The brass hardware adds subtle decoration such as lotus pod backplates with ring pulls and scrolling warabite handles.... Click for details
Contemporary Hardwood Table
Contemporary Japanese side table. Made with unusual, mixed hardwoods, creating a bold contrast of color and grains. Its tabletop is accented by lighter wood inlay "butterflies" to hold together the natural fissures of the wood. The second tier below is secured into each leg by mortise and tenon joinery.
Size: 59" L x 18.25" W x 31" H
Antique Japanese Two Section Kiri Tansu
Antique Japanese two section isho tansu (clothing chest), made with natural finish Kiri (paulownia) wood, all original. The hardware design is simplistic, with round locks on each drawer, matched with a set of original working keys. The handles are deeply recessed within foliate edge iron plates.