Japanese framed print by Mayumi Oda (1941-present) of a crane, titled "New Year" and signed in pencil. Mayumi is widely loved for her female empowering works, many of which are currently part of the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and more.
Size: (entire frame) 23" L x 28.5" H (print only) 15" L x 19.75" H
Japanese Print by Mayumi Oda "September Afternoon"
A lovely and whimsical Japanese print by artist Mayumi Oda (1941-present) titled "September Afternoon", numbered 12/50 and signed all in pencil. She is widely loved for her female empowering works, many of which are currently part of the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and more. Laid down on wooden board for flat presentation.
Size: 24.5" L x 32.5" H
Antique Japanese Hibachi
Antique Japanese hibachi (brazier) from the Kyoto region, made with original finish hardwood. The interior is lined in copper with natural patina. Two drawers are in front as well as a hidden compartment in the top surface.
Meiji period (1868-1912)
Size: 36" L x 24" W x 13" H
Antique Japanese Set of 4 Wagon Wheels
Antique Japanese set of 4 wagon wheels. The smaller wheels have 12 spokes while the larger ones have 14. The central hub and outside edges of each wheel is lined with iron.
Meiji Period (1868-1912)
Size: 21.75-24" L x 7" H
Antique Japanese Cha Tansu
Antique Japanese solid ebony hardwood cha tansu, for storing and displaying tea ceremony articles. The top of the piece has a wide compartment behind two sliding panel doors, with two open shelves below. Its sides are carved with a reticulated honeycomb design. The bottom of the chest has two Persimmon burl sliding panels opening to a lovely shelved interior with foliate carved paneling and two small drawers.
Taisho period (1912-1925)
Size: 32" L x 17" W x 43" H
Antique Japanese Small Kiri Tansu
Antique Japanese small personal tansu from Fukushima, made of Kiri (paulownia) wood. All original condition/finish. Five drawers of various size in front with simplistic iron hardware and four locks.
Edo Period (1605-1868)
Size: 21.75" L x 15" W x 22" H
Antique Chinese Hardwood Desk
Antique Chinese hardwood desk, made of Jumu (elm) wood with bold natural grain. The desk front has four drawers with brass handles on butterfly and bat shaped backplates. Below the desk, a hinged door opens to a roomy storage compartment. All original condition.
Size: 45.5" L x 23.25" W x 32.5" H
Antique Chinese Wedding Bed
Large antique canopy wedding bed, originating from Indonesia for the Chinese market. Elaborately carved with gilt reticulated panels depicting various animals, flora, and mythical creatures along the top front of the canopy, with gilt filigree along the side posts. The legs are carved as scrolling dragons and birds in red, black, and gilt lacquer. A shelf runs along the canopy back with side compartments. Early 20th century.
Size: 93" L x 70" W x 91" H
Rare Japanese Edo Kiri Tansu
Antique Japanese deep small tansu made entirely of Kiri (paulownia) wood. All original finish with natural patina front and red lacquer top and sides. A variety of drawers in unusual formation provide neatly organized storage of small treasures.
Edo Period (1603-1868)
Size: 30" L x 22.25" W x 24" H
Chinese Jade Hongshan Culture Pig Dragon (Zhulong)
Chinese Neolithic Hongshan Culture small jade carving of a pig dragon (zhulong) used as a burial object. The dragon is curled in an "embryonic" position. The bottom portion is carved in the form of an insect with large protruding eyes. The dragon portion of the jade is mottled green while the bottom portion is orange in color being closer to the outer rind of the jade stone.