Lovely small plique-a-jour bowl on three small feet, design of flowers, good condition, size is 3 5/8" wide diameter by 2" tall, Showa Period (circa 1930's), Japan.
Japanese Ainu Robe, Woven Elm Bark
Japanese traditional tribal robe worn by the Ainu people of Northern Japan. Hand woven out of fine strips of elm bark with wide strips of dark indigo cotton cloth with chain stitch embroidery. minor wear consistent with age.
Length: 50 inches.
Japanese Porcelain Group of 7 Lucky Gods
Japanese group of small painted and glazed porcelain figures depicting the Seven Lucky Gods, each is signed on bottom, average height is 2 1/2", good condition, early to mid 20th century.
Japanese Green Cloisonne Vase with Herons
Japanese cloisonne vase of globular form with elongated neck, beautiful light green color with design of 2 white herons in flight, minor cracks on bottom not visible from front, Meiji/Taisho Period (very early 20th century).
9 3/4" high x 4 1/4" wide.
Japanese blue and white glazed teapot
Japanese lidded porcelain choshi, sake server, blue and white glazed, handle is pierced with decorative holes, melon-shaped body, 18th/19th century, good condition with no cracks, chips or losses. 5 1/4" high x 7 1/8" long (to spout) x 5 1/8" wide.
Japanese blue and white glazed Imari plate
Japanese blue and white glazed Imari plate with scrolling vine motif and sho-chiku-bai (three friends of winter: plum, pine, and bamboo) motif, signed with 4 characters on back, one very minor crack near at rim otherwise great condition, Edo Period (18th century). 11 1/4" wide x 2" high.
Japanese blue and white plate with dove
Japanese blue and white glazed imari plate with dove on peony branch, Edo Period (19th century, two very minor cracks at rim, beautifully painted. 11 3/4" wide x 1 3/4" high.
Chinese blue and white glazed plate
Ming Dynasty (17th century) blue and white glazed porcelain dish with landscape design.
good condition with no chips or cracks. Beautiful blue color. 8 1/8" wide x 1 1/2" high.