Zentner Collection: Antique Japanese Tansu, Asian Works of Art
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Antique Indian Wooden Bowl
Antique India natural hardwood bowl, used for mixing up flour dough for making flatbreads like pita. Very rustic and charming, heavy hardwood. Unusual shape almost like a turtle. Size: 20" L x 17" D x 3" H
item #1331700
Large Antique Carved Wooden Face from Thailand
Wonderful large carved wooden face of a man. His mouth is open wide and whiskers splay outward. He has a wide nose and large eyes. He appears to be wearing an oval shaped hat on which is carved an animal of some sort with long striped tail and clawed feet. The wood is beautifully worn from years of weather and rain. There are traces of white and yellow paint. Thailand. Early 19th century. Size: 24" high x 17" wide x 3 1/2" deep.
item #1331688
Antique Japanese Two Section Isho Tansu
Beautiful Japanese two section Keyaki Isho tansu. Original clear lacquer finish over the keyaki hardood. Stricking bold front hardwood panel. Each draw has a center round lock incised with various symbols such as pine trees, fans, and Daikokku's money bag and mallet. The bottom corner has a locking box with two small drawers inside. Key included. Meiji age (1868-1912) Size: 45" H x 38" L x 17.5" D
item #1331686
Chinese Neolithic Jade Ceremonial Harvesting Blade
Chinese Neolithic ceremonial harvesting blade (hu), made of semi translucent mottled green nephrite. Exceptionally thin and sharp cutting edge. 4 conical holes would have been for attaching to wooden handle on working versions of this type of blade. Likely from the Longshan culture. On a custom wooden stand. Age: (Circa 2,000 B.C.) Provenance: Came from an Estate of Philip Cardiero in Pebble Beach, CA. Size: 19 1/4" long x 3 7/8" wide x 3/16" thick.
item #1331605
Antique Chinese Pair of Archaic Bracelets
Antique Chinese pair of archaic hand carved bracelets, rested on custom iron display stands. Hand carved from Limestone. Circa: 2,000 B.C. Size: 5.5" x 5.5", 5" x 5" (7.5" H total height on stands)
item #1331603
Antique Japanese Rare Kiri Tansu
Antique Japanese Kiri (paulownia) wood tansu with a rare and unusual design of two large front hinged doors with flower incised iron bracing. Opening up to a multi shelved interior reminiscent of a cha tansu (tea chest). Two locking drawers sit beneath it. Beautiful original finish. Edo Period (Circa 1800's) Very charming size. Size: 22.75" H x 25" L x 12.5" D
item #1331601
Antique Chinese Gilt Lacquer Table
Beautiful Chinese hardwood altar table in black lacquer finish, with highly intricate and ornate gilt lacquer designs all over. The front and back are carved to look like coins held together by ropes. The very top has three hand painted panels depicting gorgeously detailed ocean landscape scenes. The end panels are painted with peonies in gilt lacquer. Feet are carved with spirals. Early 19th Century Size:34" H x 49.5" L x 16" D
item #1331567
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Antique Japanese Asa Vest
Antique Japanese asa (hemp) woven vest with a beautiful paste resist pattern of swimming koi fish and waves sewn over a hand painted scene of reeds. Beautiful and charming with its original condition. Edo Period (circa early 1800's). Size: 31.5" H x 23.5"
item #1331521
Unusual Antique Japanese Gilt Lacquer Pillow
An exquisite Japanese pillow, the body woven with red pigment lacquer, the ends lacquered in black with gilt lacquer. One end depicts the mythical creature Baku, said to devour bad dreams. The other end is a floral scene with beautiful nashiji gold flakes.

Meiji Period (1868 - 1912)

Size: 8.5" L x 6.75" D x 4" H
item #1331512
Antique Japanese Ceramic Dish by Rengetsu
Japanese ceramic square dish by famed artist Otagaki Rengetsu (1791-1875) with lovely grass calligraphy, tan milky translucent crackle glaze, curled edges, four oval feet, bottom incised with floral pattern and signature. Four rounded feet raise bottom surface. Comes with tomobako. Poem on plate reads: Asa to kite Coming again tomorrow Min to Omoeba I think of not seeing them Ietsuto ni Even to hang in the house Te-Ori to Oshiki A shame to snap a branch Yamazakura hana ... Click for details
item #1331499
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