Zentner Collection: Antique Japanese Tansu, Asian Works of Art
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Antique Japanese Pair of Shakudo Bronze Vases with Birds and Flowers
Antique Japanese pair of shakudo bronze vases, with very fine inlay of mixed metal, gold, and silver, design of small birds flying through branches which bear autumn leaves and gold vines with flowers and splashes of red. Finely chased and rendered in low relief creating a natural continuous scene of birds and flowers theme.

Meiji period (1868-1912)

Dimensions: 6" diameter x 12 3/4" height
item #1355120
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Antique Japanese Ranma (transom) with Rabbits
Antique Japanese ranma, or transom, carved with two rabbits jumping over waves.

Meiji period (1868-1912)

50" L x 20.25" H
item #1355113
$1,450.00
Antique Japanese Ranma (transom) with Rabbits
Antique Japanese ranma, or transom, carved with two rabbits jumping over waves.

Meiji period (1868-1912)

50" L x 20.25" H
item #1355060
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Antique Pair of Thai Male Attendant Statues
Antique pair of Thai male attendants (Nats), finely rendered out of teak wood, with polychrome traces of pigments. These funerary effigies would be kept close to an ancestral altar in order to help lead their spirits into the afterlife. Highly realistic detailing and form, this pair of statues are raised on pedestals for sturdy display.

Early 20th century

Size: 11" L x 10.5" W x 42.5" H
item #1355017
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Antique Korean 18th Century Low Scholar's Table
Antique Korean scholar's low table. Its top pair of panels are book matched of persimmon wood, with a boxwood frame. The inner compartment still shows traces of ink; The opposite compartment would hold brushes. The drawer has a wonderful persimmon cover that continues to the order of the low table. The low writing implement table has an inverted key fret leg and internal low shelf of boxwood.

18th century Chosun Dynasty

Size: 15.5” x 10.5” x 11.25”
item #1354740
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Japanese Framed Contemporary Abstract Print by Takeshi Hara
Antique Japanese framed abstract print, signed Takeshi Hara (1942-present) in pencil, number 36/60, titled "Strokes 74-1". Hara was born in Nagoya, Japan in 1942 and graduated the Oil Painting Dept. of Tokyo National University of Fine Arts in 1967. He later went on to become a professor in the Dept. of Painting at Tokyo Zokei University until he retired in 2008. He describes his works as deeply rooted in traditional Japanese culture and imagery; For example, his prominent "Strokes" series draws... Click for details
item #1354734
$725.00
Japanese Framed Print by Yoshitoshi Mori
Japanese framed print by Yoshitoshi Mori (October 31, 1898 - May 29, 1992). Depiction of a beautiful geisha combing her hair with bright pops of color. Number 18/50, signed and dated 1978 in pencil.

Size: (entire frame) 17" Wx 24.5" H (artwork only) 10.5" W x 17.25" H
item #1354731
$2,000.00
Japanese Framed Print by Mayumi Oda "New Year"
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
item #1354695
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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
item #1354690
$3,000.00
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
item #1354585
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